Get ready for the rock wedding of the year.
After 28 years together, KISS bassist Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed are getting married.
The two left viewers hanging on the season finale of their A&E reality show, "Gene Simmons: Family Jewels," when footage showed Simmons popping the question while vacationing in Belize. The show teased that Tweed's response will be revealed when the show returns Oct. 4.
But People.com has obtained an invitation to the wedding, which is set for October 1 (three days before the new season of "Jewels" premieres) at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
It sounds like it will be an affair to remember.
The invite comes it two parts:
The first part reveals the big-day details, requesting that "classy cocktail attire" be worn (even though the invite states, "We know some Rockstar attire will be worn").
The second part is a sweet message from the couple's children, Nick, 22, and Sophie, 19. It pokes fun at their parents' past feuding. It reads, "After 28 years of two loose strings, our parents have finally decided to tie the knot." It goes on to say, "There will be no more Team Tweed or a Team Simmons but instead a Team Tweed-Simmons, and as annoyingly long as that is, We hope you're on it."
Simmons, 62, plays bass guitar in the band KISS (hits include "Detroit Rock City" and "Rock and Roll All Night"). Tweed has appeared in "Playboy" in the 1980s and has had starring roles in low-budget flicks like "Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death" and "Scorned."