To promote their End Of The Road tour, KISS performed Love Gun on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon last night (October 30th), watch the production below.

The band recently announced their North American tour dates starting January 31st in Vancouver, BC and wrapping up on April 13th in Birmingham, AL. To see the entire schedule, please click here.

KISS Army fan club presales began today, October 31st, at 10 am local time through Citi is the official presale credit card for the End of the Road World Tour. As such, Citi cardmembers will have access to purchase U.S. presale tickets also beginning October 31st at 12:00pm local time until Thursday, November 1st at 10:00pm local time through Citi’s Private Pass program. For complete presale details visit Tickets to the general public will go on sale starting November 2nd at 10am local time at Live Nation.

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  • Myk on

    Call me stupid, naive whatever but I have visions of every living member on stage at the end of of every show playing nuggets from each era. Ridiculous right?

    • genesraccoonwig on

      Well that is how it should be if Paul could stop being a prissy boy.

  • genesraccoonwig on

    Kiss is over (has been for many years)
    And Ace’s latest “Spaceman” is his weakest effort in the last few releases in my opinion.

  • el loco on

    Tickets for the nearest European arena on sale right now and, surprise, surprise, half of the grandstand seats (approx. 15k) have already been sold, within one hour – so I guess at least over here the hype of “it will be last time ” is working!

  • Doug R. on

    $1,000? For that? Good luck! I love The Demon, and The Starchild, and even though they are egomaniacs, they are also very smart businessmen, and they know there is no way in hell this tour will work without including Ace & Peter in some capacity. And they’re also aware that most fans want to see Vinnie and Bruce involved in the celebration as well. And being that this is the “End Of The Road,” a video tribute to Eric Carr should also be included, say during… “God Gave Rock ‘N’ Roll To You ll.” An overload of pyrotechnics, and new costumes aren’t going to be enough for me to pay an overload of money to see KISS again one more time, if we really are your boss, Gene, then listen to us, and do the right thing! Oh yeah, and adding some deep cuts wouldn’t hurt, like maybe “Mr. Speed,” “Charisma,” and I know I’m really reaching here, but how about “And On The 8th Day?”

    • el loco on

      It is 1000 for a ticket incl. Meet and Greet, which has always been that pricey, samer with other big bands, and it is only (?) about 250 for a ticket in the front row! Btw over here best tickets are only about 150 Euros = about 200 dollars, so prices will not play a part in the question of going or not going. Aerosmith recently charged the same and it was sold out.

    • Doug R. on

      Yes I Know, meet and greets have always been expensive. But early presses made it sound like you were going to have to pay $1,000 for the best seats without any VIP packages, including meet and greet. I already met every member of KISS, past and present, but I wouldn’t mind greeting them one more time just to say goodbye and thanks for all the great music, and the great memories, if they do it right.

  • jeffrey heffernan on

    that was horrible on the tonight show,omg,they were slow,and paul sounded terrible,please use backing tracks this time out paul,damm have some self respect for god sake

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