The end is near. On KISS Kruise IX, while amongst the KISS Navy, KISS revealed the band’s final performance on its “End Of The Road” tour. It’s taking place on July 17, 2021 in New York City, where the band was formed, at a yet-to-be-announced location. The band already performed at Madison Square Garden, so that’s out of the question. Will it be at Citi Field in Queens? How about Central Park? No one knows, but I’m sure we’ll find out in the months to come.
After the big announcement, KISS fans were greeted with the following image on the boat.In addition to KISS announcing the final show if its tour, the band announced a ton of tour dates for 2020 around the world.KISS is kicking off 2020 with the first leg of dates in the U.S. for the year. Out of these dates, I plan on attending the February 4 show in Allentown, PA.The band will then go and entertain its international fanbase for more than a month. This includes dates in France, Denmark, and Spain, among other places.Lastly, the second leg of the KISS’ dates in the U.S. will run from late August through early October. Of those dates, the only one near me is Atlantic City on September 4, so I plan on attending that show too.
In case you haven’t noticed by now, KISS is my favorite band. I’m thrilled that this three-year farewell tour is still going strong. So far, I’ve seen them three times on “The End Of The Road” tour, and I’m glad I have a couple more chances in 2020 to do the same. If I can swing getting a ticket to the band’s final curtain call in NYC in 2021, you can bet I’ll be there too. The end is near, but I’m still enjoying the journey.