KISS, has announced its 2016 Summer American Freedom To Rock Tour and will visit more than 36 cities nationwide with more markets being announced soon.

The long-awaited & highly anticipated Freedom To Rock Tour will begin July 7th in Boise, Idaho and will travel the country throughout July and August and will close September 10th in Huntington, West Virginia.

Tickets will go on sale beginning Friday April 15th for all concert dates (The Grand Rapids, MI and Youngstown, OH shows go on sale Monday April 18th). A KISS ARMY Fan Club Exclusive Presale will begin April 12th.

The KISS Freedom To Rock Tour will bring epic rock to more than 25 cities it hasn’t been to in over ten plus years and four brand new cities as well. KISS specifically wanted to take the Freedom To Rock Tour to its fans in markets that haven’t had the chance to see them in some time or ever at all. This tour will rock those markets and allow fans across the country to see America’s favorite rock band of all time, KISS.

Opening for KISS will be Recording Artist Caleb Johnson (American Idol Season 13 winner) for shows July 7th- August 10th while the All-Star rock band The Dead Daisies will open for KISS for shows August 10th-September 10th.

KISS Freedom To Rock Tour dates:

7/7 Boise, ID Taco Bell Arena
7/9 Eugene, OR Matthew Knight Arena
7/10 Kennewick, WA Toyota Center
7/15 Spokane, WA Spokane Arena
7/16 Bozeman, MT Breeden Fieldhouse
7/18 Colorado Springs, CO World Arena
7/20 Independence, MO Silverstein Eye Centers Arena
7/22 Lincoln, NE Pinnacle Bank Arena
7/23 Springfield, MO JQH Arena
7/25 Wichita, KS Intrust Bank Arena; 7/27/2016 Sioux City, IA Tyson Events Center
7/29 Cheyenne, WY Cheyenne Frontier Days 7/30/2016 Minot, ND North Dakota State Fair

8/1 Mankato, MN Verizon Wireless Center
8/3 Duluth, MN Amsoil Arena 8/5/2016 Moline, IL iWireless Arena
8/6 La Crosse, WI La Crosse Center
8/8 Milwaukee, WI BMO Harris Bradley Center
8/10 Green Bay, WI Resch Center
8/12 Fort Wayne, IN Allen County Memorial Coliseum 8/13/2016 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
8/15 Saginaw, MI Dow Event Center 8/17/2016 Springfield, IL Illinois State Fair
8/20 Rockford, IL BMO Harris Bank Center 8/22/2016 Dayton, OH Nutter Center
8/24 Toledo, OH Huntington Center
8/26 Youngstown, OH Covelli Centre
8/27 Erie, PA Erie Insurance Arena
8/29 Rochester, NY Blue Cross Arena 8/30/2016 State College, PA Bryce Jordan Center

9/1 Allentown, PA The Great Allentown Fair
9/3 Worcester, MA DCU Center 9/4/2016 Portland, ME Cross Insurance Arena
9/7 Bridgeport, CT Webster Bank Arena 9/9/2016 Richmond, VA Richmond Coliseum
9/10 Huntington, WV Big Sandy Arena


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  • Doug R. on

    Wait a minute, that’s not Ace Frehley & Peter Criss, WTF? I thought identity theft was illegal? LOL!!!

    …I know it’s old, just having some fun! 😉

  • Tom p on

    Ugh…… So done with these guys. Same tired songs over and over again . But unlike the old days when they had mobility they just stand there in those ridiculous costumes. Watching kiss now is like watching the end of Kobe Bryant’s career. It’s just a reminder of how much they have lost.

  • Joe Smith on

    Looks like they are playing some less common cities. Youngstown and Toledo? Wow.

  • el loco on

    So this is why they cancelled the tour dates in Europe that should have been early in the summer? To do a tour through (at best) mid-sized venues (most of them around 10k and some even considerably less big)?? Boastfully advertising that they bring rock to places that have been less fortunate because of not getting to see Kiss in 10 years or ever? Does it not sound like a simple marketing excuse for saying ok we cannot draw big audiences anymore so let’s think of places where people might still be thankful to see us at all, even if the venues and thus the profit is a lot smaller? Areas where people might hopefully be not so demanding, e.g. demanding a lead singer to be capable of singing? They would haven been better adviced to wait the rest of the year to get some rest for Paul’s voice and do a worldwide (definitive) farewell tour in 2017 before the remainder of this once great voice is finally merely croaking its way through the songs.

  • Chris Bacchi on

    Depending on how you look at it… either a nice gesture to play for fans that normally don’t get to see them, or… by playing smaller venues in smaller markets, it’s a way to still headline without having to have a co-headliner to help sell tickets in larger markets. Great for the fans in the smaller markets, though!

    • DR Is Live on

      I think its Option B. But hey you gotta do what you gotta do nowadays.

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