KISS announce dates for their final UK tour

KISS have announced details of their latest UK gigs. See the full list of dates below and ticket details.

The legendary rockers are on a farewell tour entitled ‘End Of The Road’ since 2018. At the time, they announced that they would be undertaking one last tour before hanging up their iconic costumes.

Bassist and roommate Gene Simmons said in 2018 that they were leaving their fans’ “self-respect” and “love”, although he recently hinted at a significant extension of the farewell tour, promising that KISS would extend their show to 100. more before retirement.

In June and July 2023, KISS’ final UK concerts will take place, starting in Plymouth with a show at Home Park Stadium before a series of other stadium concerts around the country.

Regarding the farewell concerts, KISS said: “Everything we’ve built and everything we’ve achieved over the past four decades could not have happened without the millions of people around the world who have packed clubs, arenas and stadiums over the years. .

“This will be the last celebration for those who have seen us and a last chance for those who haven’t. KISS Army, say goodbye to our last tour with our biggest show to date and we will leave the same way we entered. . .Unapologetically and Unrelentingly”.

Check out the full list of KISS UK tour dates 2023 below. Following a pre-sale tomorrow (December 13), tickets for the KISS general sale go on sale here at 10am GMT this Friday (December 16).

KISS UK Tour in 2023:


03 – Plymouth, Town Park

05 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena

06 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena


05 – London, The O2

07 – Manchester, AO Arena

08 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro

In a recent interview, Simmons said he expects KISS to continue “in ways I haven’t even thought of” after the current lineup stops touring.

Appearing on Dean Delray’s Let There Be Talk podcast, Simmons said he expects KISS to have a long future ahead of them. He also talked about where his last concert might take place.

“We don’t know if [será en] New York. I have good reasons for that, but the most important thing is that when it’s the last concert, it will be the last concert,” Simmons said.

“KISS will stop the touring band”. But the touring band. KISS will continue in other ways. I have no problem with four 20-somethings going back to putting on their makeup and hiding their identity.”

As well as the UK shows, the band are also planning to reschedule their Las Vegas residency, which was canceled late last year.

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