From pyrotechnics to ziplines to confetti cannons, the rock ‘n’ roll legends internationally known as KISS still know how to put on a show that could wow any crowd. After performing for almost 50 years, these guys have learned the secret on how to deliver an experience like no other.
Due to COVID-19, an international tour that was originally planned for a two years run has turned into a nearly three and a half long journey after a not so brief hold in live performances.
KISS’ End of the Road World Tour started in January of 2019 and will not wrap until July of 2022. After an official announcement from the band that both Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley had both tested positive for COVID-19, a few of their dates in early September of 2021 had to be postponed.
The future of the tour looked uncertain at the time of the announcement but both members made a speedy recovery and the tour continued on. After having to face many challenges, it seems as if fate is rooting for The End of the Road tour and will persevere through any obstacle it may face.
Will this really be the end of the road for KISS? After KISS’ farewell tour in the early 2000s, no one can really say for sure whether or not this is goodbye but the band definitely plays their heart out like this really may be their last one.