KISS has announced the rescheduled dates for the next U.S. leg of the End Of The Road tour. The tour begins on August 18th  in Mansfield, Massachusetts and concludes on October 9th in Tampa, Florida. The Tampa date is one of several new shows added to the tour, alongside those in Toledo, Ohio; Irvine, California; Mountain View, California; Wheatland, California; Sparks, Nevada; Hidalgo, Texas; and West Palm Beach, Florida.

Tickets for the newly added dates go on sale to the general public on June 18th at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets for all previously rescheduled dates are on sale now. KISS will be offering VIP experiences and special KISS Army fan presales beginning June 15th at 10 a.m. local time.

KISS said in a statement, “Time marched on but we couldn’t. Now the boots are on and we’re hauling an extra year’s worth of pyro, lights and spectacle. WE ARE BACK! We’re pumped and can’t wait to celebrate with our biggest, wildest and hottest show ever!”

KISS summer/fall 2021 tour dates:

Aug. 18 – Mansfield, MA @ Xfinity Center 
Aug. 19 – Bangor, ME @ Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion 
Aug. 21 – Atlantic City, NJ @ Mark G Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino^ 
Aug. 22 – Hartford, CT @ XFINITY Theatre 
Aug. 25 – Toledo, OH @ Huntington Center* 
Aug. 26 – Burgettstown, PA @ The Pavilion at Star Lake 
Aug. 28 – Raleigh, NC @ Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek 
Aug. 29 – Atlanta, GA @ Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood 
Sep. 1 – Clarkston, MI @ DTE Energy Music Theatre 
Sep. 2 – Dayton, OH @ Wright State University Nutter Center 
Sep. 4 – Tinley Park, IL @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre 
Sep. 5 – Milwaukee, WI @ American Family Insurance Amphitheater – Summerfest Grounds 
Sep. 9 – Irvine, CA @ FivePoint Amphitheatre* 
Sep. 10 – Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre* 
Sep. 12 – Wheatland, CA @ Toyota Amphitheatre* 
Sep. 17 – Ridgefield, WA @ Sunlight Supply Amphitheater 
Sep. 18 – George, WA @ Gorge Amphitheatre 
Sep. 21 – Boise, ID @ ExtraMile Arena 
Sep. 22 – West Valley City, UT @ USANA Amphitheatre 
Sep. 23 – Sparks, NV @ Nugget Event Center* 
Sep. 25 – Chula Vista, CA @ North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre 
Sep. 26 – Phoenix, AZ @ Ak-Chin Pavilion 
Sep. 28 – Hidalgo, TX @ Payne Arena* 
Sep. 29 – Del Valle, TX @ Germania Insurance Amphitheater 
Oct. 1 – Fort Worth, TX @ Dickies Arena 
Oct. 2 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center 
Oct. 5 – Biloxi, MI @ Mississippi Coast Coliseum 
Oct. 6 – Lafayette, LA @ Lafayette Cajundome 
Oct. 8 – West Palm Beach, FL @ iThink Financial Amphitheatre* 
Oct. 9 – Tampa, FL @ MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre*

* New show

Formed in 1973 by StanleySimmonsPeter Criss (drums) and Ace Frehley (guitar), KISS’ first “farewell” tour occurred in 2000, the last to feature the group’s original lineup.

The current lineup consists of original members Stanley and Simmons, alongside later band additions, guitarist Tommy Thayer (since 2002) and drummer Eric Singer (on and off since 1991).

In its 48-year career, KISS has accumulated 23 gold and platinum albums — more than any other U.S. band.

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  • Doug R. on

    Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey, GOODBYE

  • D.J.H on

    When’s the 50th Anniversary show in 2023 being announced?

    • Rattlehead on

      D.J.H., that’s exactly what I’m wondering…..and hoping doesn’t happen…….

    • D.J.H on

      I’ve got to be honest Rattlehead, but I really do believe that it will.

      I can see it being billed as the total celebration of KISS; with appearances from everybody (still living) that has been in the band at some point (Vinnie Vincent will pull out of appearing at the last minute).

      Given that Ace and Peter would be there (rightly, hopefully), but also Bruce Kulick, knowing how the business brand work, I can see backstage meet and greet’s going up for ten grand a piece.

      I saw the original line up once in 1999 at Wembley Arena (Thursday 25th March it was) – I haven’t wanted to see another – why would I when I’ve seen the best?

    • Rattlehead on

      D.J.H., I agree that it will happen, too. I think when the pandemic hit and it put a “pause” to touring, it just seemed believable the Paul and Gene would extend things to “50 Years” once this “End of the Road” tour resumes…Paul and Gene know there’s additional money to be had with a “50 Year” celebration…..but none of it will come from me….

  • shannon mehaffey on

    At this juncture, it would seem you would take some time to reflect, take stock, and revisit and assess the impact of Kiss. Those personas are fixed conceptions of non-conformity, so it doesn’t matter how much they merchandised or put their logo everywhere. Contrast that with punk rock, glam bands, or even thrash bands that all adhere to this uniformity of look and sound. Kiss’s music has aged really well, even their ’80s stuff; they put strong musical foundations into the songs, like a really musical bass line. A song like Creatures of the Night would sound dull in the hands of another band, but Kiss put in that disco bass part. It’s that tireless attention to detail. Listen to I Love It Loud, where Gene does this slide that lands on the snare hit to create tension. Will you guys please get it together on here? A few bad decisions don’t come close to the great things they did.

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