For Kiss fans, the end is nigh. And nigh will be on July 21, 2021, when Kiss play what they say is the final, final date on their End of the Road Tour, which kicked off in January of this year.
The show at an as-yet-unannounced venue in their home turf of New York will cap a final go-round by the greasepaint giants after a half century of giving their best to the Kiss Army.
The curtain call gig announcement came as the band added some dates to their 2020 schedule, kicking off with a Feb. 1 show at the SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire and keeping them on the road through an Oct. 2 show at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas.
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The news of the new dates came just hours after the band canceled a planned Australia/New Zealand tour after singer Paul Stanley fell ill with the flu and was advised by a doctor to rest; the opening date was recently pushed back due to Stanley's illness.
This isn't the first time poor health has affected the global trek. Earlier in the year, singer and bass player Gene Simmons had surgery to remove kidney stones that resulted in the postponement a show in Salt Lake City.
Check out the new dates below:
Feb. 1 -- Manchester, NH @ SNHU Arena
Feb. 4 -- Allentown, PA @ PPL Center
Feb. 5 -- Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center
Feb. 7 -- Charlottesville, VA @ John Paul Jones Arena