KISS announce farewell tour (again)

Brunilde Fioravanti
Сентября 21, 2018

We're not asking for the return of the massive Asylum tour version or anything, but if we're saying goodbye, let's do it old-school style with real, heat-generating lights.

The band issued a statement promising the tour will be "the ultimate celebration for those who've seen us and a last chance for those who haven't".

The US rockers will have a handful of performances with an upcoming End of the Road World Tour - the dates for which are yet to be announced - before hanging up their guitars following an expansive 45-year career.

The group made the announcement on NBC's America's Got Talent, and also performed their 1976 hit 'Detroit Rock City'.

The "End of the Road" tour will be different from the original final "KISS Farewell" tour, which ran from 2000 to 2001. People who love us, come see us. So if you want to see KISS in concert, you better get your tickets before Paul Stanley breaks all his guitars.

American rock band KISS have announced their final tour ever.

"This is going to be our last tour", KISS frontman Paul Stanley said onstage. "It has been an incredible journey with you all", singer and bassist Gene Simmons wrote.

With all the money artists are making on their final tours, it didn't take long for KISS to try to cash in on the phenomena.

"People do change their minds and in this case that goes along with being a living, thinking person", Stanley explained in a Q&A session posted on KISS's official website back in 2002.

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