Paul Stanley reveals KISS’ last show of final tour will be in New York City on July 17, 2021
We now know when and where that KISS‘ final farewell tour dubbed the End of The Road World Tour will end.
Prior to the second and final indoor concert of this year’s KISS Kruise IX, KISS frontman Paul Stanley indicated as follows (as indicated by Ultimate Classic Rock): “We’ve been on the End of the Road tour, and people have said, ‘when is the last show?’… So we’re here to tell you that the end of the road comes to an end on July 17, 2021 in New York City.”
KISS‘ End of The Road World Tour started in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada back on January 31, 2019.
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of KISS‘ second tour stop in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on August 17, 2019: “Given that this was my third time seeing KISS on their End of The Road World Tour, I felt a real sense of closure this time around. I think the two previous times, I was not ready to let them go (not seeing KISS perform live again) given that I knew that KISS would come around one more time to Toronto in August. This time, I knew that this would really be my last KISS show and I was alright with that. I enjoyed the trip down memory lane from seeing Gene Simmons breathe fire one more time in a live setting to seeing Paul Stanley fly over the audience one more time to a tiny stage in the back of the arena for “Love Gun” and “I Was Made For Loving You.” This would be my 13th and last time seeing KISS in concert, and I was at peace with myself in that regard. All I can say is thank you to KISS for putting on such great concerts and really revolutionizing what a concert experience should be like for a concert goer. When it comes to live shows from a visual perspective over the course of their music career, KISS truly have been the best.”
KISS performing “It’s My Life” live at the KISS Kruise IX on November 1, 2019: