KISS Postpones European Leg of ‘End of the Road’ Tour Due to COVID-19 Concerns


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Bands and artists shelving tour plans for the foreseeable future as a result of the chaos created by the COVID-19 pandemic is all the rage these days, unfortunately, and Friday brought with it news that KISS has had to postpone its upcoming European leg of its farewell tour.

The End of the Road tour was supposed to take the rock icons throughout June and July, but will now take place at an undetermined point in the future.

The band’s message, posted to its official site:

We are postponing all the remaining European dates of the End Of The Road tour that were set to take place through June and July 2020. We’ll continue monitoring the global situation and will reschedule the dates as soon as possible. 

Ticket holders can hold on to existing tickets for rescheduled dates or contact ticket outlets for options.

Paul Stanley: “We will be back as soon as possible, and in the meantime we want to say to the KISS ARMY in Europe stay safe.”

Gene Simmons: “To all our European fans, stay healthy and we will be back rocking you all very soon.”

Also rescheduled to 2021 was the yearly KISS Kruise, which had to be moved for the same reasons, that announcement coming a few weeks back. It will now take place in October 2021, pending any further adjustments.

We will notify you of the exact new sailing dates, lineup and updated event information just as soon as we have all the details finalized. We have extended an invitation for all currently booked artists to join us in 2021 and are excited to share our final lineup featuring some returning and new acts for next year.


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