KISS’ ‘End of The Road World Tour’ North America dates rescheduled to 2021

KISS’ ‘End of The Road World Tour’ North America dates rescheduled to 2021

KISS‘ final concert of their End of The Road World Tour will not be taking place at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, USA on July 17, 2021 as the band has just announced that its North American tour dates will now be taking place from August 18th to October 6th, 2021.

KISS’ End of The Road World Tour North American dates for 2021:
Aug. 18 — Great Woods — Mansfield, MA 
Aug. 19 — Waterfront — Bangor, ME 
Aug. 21 — Boardwalk Hall — Atlantic City, NJ * 
Aug. 22 — Meadows — Hartford, CT
Aug. 26 — KeyBank — Pittsburgh, PA
Aug. 28 — Walnut Creek — Raleigh, NC
Aug. 29 — Lakewood — Atlanta, GA
Sep. 01 — Nutter Center — Dayton, OH
Sep. 02 — Pine Knob — Clarkston, MI
Sep. 04 — The World — Tinley Park, IL
Sep. 05 — Marcus — Milwaukee, WI
Sep. 17 — Sunlight — Ridgefield, WA
Sep. 18 — The Gorge — George, WA
Sep. 21 — ExtraMile Arena (formerly Taco Bell Arena) — Boise, ID
Sep. 22 — USANA — Salt Lake City, UT
Sep. 25 — North Island — Chula Vista, CA
Sep. 26 — Desert Sky — Phoenix, AZ
Sep. 29 — 360 — Austin, TX
Oct. 01 — Dickies — Ft Worth, TX
Oct. 02 — BOK — Tulsa, OK
Oct. 05 — Mississippi Coast — Biloxi, MS
Oct. 06 — Cajundome — Lafayette, LA

* Without David Lee Roth

KISS‘ website indicates in part: “KISS: End of the Road North American Tour has been rescheduled to 2021. Your ticket will be honored for the new date or if you can’t make it, you’ll be able to request a refund. Ticket holders will be emailed with details. Visit for more information.”

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of KISS‘ tour stop in Buffalo, New York, USA back in early February 2020: “You’ve got to hand it to KISS. Every song is a spectacle in itself with more visual stimulation (but not in a chaotic way like Mötley Crüe) than any other band. Seeing 68 year old Paul Stanley and 70 year old Gene Simmons constantly moving around for about two hours in full KISS gear including presumably seven inch high heel boots was truly impressive. As Pierre noted, and from what I heard from quite a few other concert attendees as well, there is so much going on visually at a KISS show that odds are that you will be entertained regardless of whether you like KISS‘ music.”