KISS have announced that the upcoming voyage of the KISS Kruise XI will be their “last performance onboard.” The KISS Navy will set sail for their eleventh mission from Los Angeles to Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico from October 29th-November 3rd, 2022.

As has been the case on all the previous cruises, fans will get to see KISS’s unmasked acoustic and electric shows and engage in activities with the bandmembers.

The band announced their rescheduled End Of The Road tour dates last June. It is scheduled to begin on August 18th in Mansfield, Massachusetts and wind down on October 9th in Tampa, Florida, see the entire itinerary, here.

KISS also recently publicized that they will be playing some select shows in the month of May. Those dates are as follows:

11 – Milwaukee, WI – American Family Insurance Amphitheater
12 – Dayton, OH – Wright State University Nutter Center 
14 – Hartford, CT – Xfinity Theatre 
17 – Raleigh, NC – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
19 – Daytona Beach, FL – Welcome To Rockville – Daytona International Speedway

29 Responses

  1. What does the band requiring all passengers to be vaccinated last year have to do with anything?

    Also, if this is their “last onboard performance,” are we to understand that there will be future KISS Kruises without the band (which sounds like it would just be a floating KISS convention!)?

    I guess this lineup of the band is finally winding down…

    1. RTunes,

      I got this from Blabbermouth, so perhaps Bori thought it was important information? Maybe, as a way of informing those thinking about buying tickets for this cruise, that this requirement may still be in place for this jaunt, despite mandates being lifted elsewhere? I left it in, but if you feel it is superfluous, I will take it out.

    2. Hey Dana,

      Yeah, I figured it was either from another article or maybe a KISS press release. No need to take it out, I just found it a little odd. Thanks!

  2. This just means the band will perform on the dock before the ship sails for the newest incarnation of a KI$$ Convention.

    Sadly, today’s KI$$ has been sinking, just like the band on the Titanic.

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