Gene Simmons Family Jewels filmed in Abbotsford

Prior to Monday night's KISS concert at the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre, Gene Simmons and his family did some filming for their TV show, Gene Simmons Family Jewels.

Gene Simmons and his family leave the Abbotsford Earls on Tuesday evening. They were in town for the KISS concert on Monday night.

Prior to Monday night’s KISS concert at the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre, Gene Simmons and his family did some filming for their TV show, Gene Simmons Family Jewels.

Airing on A&E, the show follows the life of Simmons, his longtime partner Shannon Tweed and their two kids, Nick and Sophie.

Filming was done around the arena before the start of the concert.

While it’s not been confirmed when it will air, an episode titled Mr. Tweed Goes to Canada will be shown on July 12.

Before KISS took to the stage on Monday evening, Tweed and her kids walked through the arena waving to the fans, drawing wild applause and cheers.

On Tuesday night, Simmons and his family were spotted leaving the Abbotsford Earls.

They spent the evening at the restaurant watching the latest episode of their TV show.

Tweed was live tweeting throughout the episode called Blood Is Thicker Than Hummus, where Simmons returns to Haifa, Israel, for the first time in more than 50 years to receive an award and see his family.




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