KISS postpones several dates on 'End of the Road' tour
KISS fans rocked and rolled all night at KISS Farewell Tour in Corpus Christi Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019. Wochit
If you're located in Oakland or Los Angeles and a fan of the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers KISS, then you might be disappointed that the group has postponed their tour dates. That's right — the "Rock & Roll All Nite" group has delayed some dates on their "End of the Road World Tour."
Oakland and Los Angeles have new dates listed on their websites.
Oakland Arena was initially set for Monday, Sept. 16, and is now listed on the venue's website as Friday, March 6, 2020. The Staples Center in Los Angeles was scheduled for Friday, Sept. 20 and has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 4, 2020.
The Staples Center supposedly served as the band's last stop in North America. Tickets bought for the Oakland and Los Angeles shows will be valid for the new concert dates. For more information on tour dates, head to Ticketmaster.com.
KISS' publicists did not explain why concert dates were pushed back. However, several sources stated that the concerts had been rescheduled due to "unforeseen scheduling issues."
Recently, KISS performed at Wells Fargo Arena for a final farewell to Iowans with more than 9,000 people in attendance.
For those who have yet to see KISS, co-lead vocalist and guitarist Paul Stanley teased fans about what to expect from their last tour performance: "The biggest thing we've ever done, between computerization and synchronization of different aspects from pyro to lights to hydraulics," Stanley said.
Check out photos of the band rocking and rolling at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines on Tuesday, Sept. 3.