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KISS Accidentally Projects Australian Flag on Stage in Austria

Thania Garcia The long-running rock band KISS have found itself as the butt of online jokes following a concert in Vienna on June 26, where the band’s logo was displayed with an Australian flag instead of an Austrian one.After the band wrapped its show at the Wiener Stadthalle arena, a screen displayed the phrase “KISS loves you Vienna” as fans were leaving the arena. Audience members began to notice the KISS logo featured the Australian flag, rather than the flag of Austria, of which Vienna is the capital.

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