KISS postpone last three shows of spring leg of ‘End of The Road World Tour’ due to abundance of caution
The Corona Virus / COVID-19 Virus is wreaking havoc on the music industry and now KISS have elected to postpone the last three shows of their spring leg of their End of The Road World Tour due to an abundance of caution.
The following message was posted on KISS‘ Facebook page earlier today:
“The final three shows of the spring leg of the #KISS #EndOfTheRoad Tour are being rescheduled out of an abundance of caution.
Tulsa, OK will now be Sunday, October 4th at BOK Center; Biloxi, MS will now be Tuesday, October 6th at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum; and Lafayette, LA will now be Wednesday, October 7th at Cajundome.
Tickets will be honoured on the new date.
The Fall leg of the tour remains unchanged. The band looks forward to seeing the fans very soon.”
Sleaze Roxx attended KISS‘ spring leg tour stop in Buffalo, New York, USA in early February 2020 and stated as follows in its review: “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 [my friend] 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.”