Kiss Announces End of the Road World Tour: Dates TBA

Probably the most iconic rock band in history is hanging up their platform shoes.  Kiss just dropped the news that they will be going on their FINAL tour.  Dates and cities have yet to be released for their ‘End of the Road World Tour’  but it would be easy to assume they’ll be making stops in the all the big markets like Detroit, Chicago, NYC, Los Angeles, Atlanta, etc.  For the last time in the 45 year career, fans can look forward to Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer in full make-up and costume.  Kiss’ last tour was in 2016 for their ‘Freedom to Rock Tour’ with special guests Caleb Johnson (from American Idol) and The Dead Daisies.

In 2014, Kiss went on their 40th anniversary tour with fellow iconic rock band Def Leppard.  That year they were also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  In 2000, they also had another farewell tour where founding bandmates Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss toured for the last time together.  Kiss began their career in 1973 and have since then sold in excess of 100 million albums worldwide and 25 million copies certified by the RIAA.  They will be missed.
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