KISStory Tour

Experience the Cadillac KISStory Tour, a 2.5 mile walking tour of the Cadillac KISStorical sites that have become famous since the 1975 KISS visit to Cadillac. The CAVB has placed four KISStorical plaques around Cadillac. Music fans can now walk from plaque to plaque.

Each all-weather marker features classic photos and an explanation of why the spot is significant in the story. Plus, by going to kisscadillac.com, they can bring up audio/video of Jim Neff, the 1975 Assistant Coach, telling about some of the highlights that go along with each location.

Download the brochure with map below or read more about this moment in history on our blog.

Cadillac Loves KISS

Cadillac Loves Kiss Authors: Jim Neff / Cadillac News In 1973 the Cadillac High School Vikings football team finished undefeated with a perfect 9-0 record. Spirits were soaring as the 1974 season began, but the Vikings lost the first two games...

Life in Early Marion: Cabin Style

Looking to get your history fix? Take a visit to the Marion Historical Museum located at: 505 S Mill St. Marion, MI 49665. The museum is dedicated to preserving the history and artifacts of Marion, Michigan and the surrounding area, and will be sure to...

Touring Old Cadillac

Touring Old CadillacStep back in time and explore the key historic buildings that were built during the thriving lumber era in Cadillac. Many of these buildings still stand proudly today. See the map below that corresponds to the numbered items underneath....

Cadillac Sculptures and Monuments

by Erica Beham Since it’s days a lumber town, Cadillac has been rich with history. Today, you can travel throughout downtown and see what used to be and what still is. Monuments and sculptures are placed in remembrance of significant figures and times in Cadillac’s...

A New Chapter in Cadillac's KISStory

A NEW CHAPTER IN CADILLAC’S KISS Story (Article from the Cadillac News: by Antonio Coleman & Rick Charmoli – Oct. 10, 2015)  The following is an article by the Cadillac News recalling the 40th anniversary celebration. After this weekend, one thing is...

The Mystery of the Canal

A WINTER MYSTERY ON THE CANALHave you ever visited the canal connecting Lake Cadillac and Lake Mitchell?  Built as a lifeline during the logging era in the late 1800s, the canal has a mystery that many notice every winter.  The lakes will freeze and the...

"KISSercise" Take the Cadillac KISS Tour!

By Jim Neff What’s the “there” there? That’s what visitors coming to our community want to know. In today’s world of tourism promotion, it’s no longer enough to just have a lake or two and trust that tourists will come. In order to lure people to a...

2 Lakes, A Canal, A Railroad & A Bit of History

2 Lakes, A Canal, A Railroad & A Bit of History When George Mitchell, timber seeker, arrived on the eastern shore of Little Clam Lake (later Lake Cadillac) in 1871, two events that year led him to establish his community quickly at the site. The Great...

Navigating through History

Are you looking to dive deeper into the history and culture of the Greater Cadillac area? The Wexford County Historical Society (WCHS) Museum is the right place for you. With artifacts, photographs, maps, paintings, documents and exhibits of daily life in...

Greater Cadillac Area ‘Time Traveling Tour’

Are you looking to immerse yourself into the local history and culture? The Greater Cadillac Area has seven museums available to you throughout the summer, all located within 30 minutes of Cadillac. Spend some time traveling to each location and experience...

Cadillac Stories

Find the latest news and stories about the Cadillac region.  Our team of local writers dig deep into the region's culture and provide our travel community the latest about entertainment, art, culture, trails, seasons and so much more.

We welcome you to explore Cadillac.

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In 1975, KISS took over Cadillac on Homecoming weekend. In 2015 outside the Veterans Memorial Stadium where they had performed 40 years ago, a [...]
Veterans Memorial Stadium, Linden Street, Cadillac, MI, USA, Michigan

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