KISS Announces Final Concert As Pay-Per-View Event
KISS are set to shout it out loud one last time when they perform their final concert ever on December 2 at Madison Square Garden in their hometown of New York City.
But for those unable to make it in person, the band will stream the farewell show live at 8:00PM EST on pay-per-view via PPV.com or via satellite and cable providers in the U.S. and Canada.
End of the Road: The Final Concert was originally scheduled to happen on July 17, 2021, but delays due to COVID-19 forced the the band - Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer - to reschedule some of the tour.
In September, Stanley told The Project that it was just time for the band to hang up their platforms and remove the make-up for good.
"We're in our 70s; hard to believe. But for us, it's just reached a point where we realize we can't do this indefinitely," he said. "We're really at the top of our game still. And now's the time to do a victory lap and go out there with our heads held high and say thank you to everybody and do a show that really encapsulates and really pays tribute not only to us but to the fans."
KISS are currently on the road in Canada, having played Vancouver's Rogers Arena last night (November 8). Tomorrow night (November 10) they will perform at Edmonton's Rogers Place, followed by Calgary (November 12), Saskatoon (November 13), Winnipeg (November 15), Montreal (November 18), Quebec City (November 19), Ottawa/Kanata (November 21), and then finally Toronto (November 22). More information can be found here.
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