KISS Farewell Tour To End In 2022

The KISS ‘End of the Road’ farewell tour will finally come to an end next year.

That’s according to longtime manager Doc McGhee, who says the tour will wrap up “some time at the end of next year” – though the band hasn’t “locked in a date yet.”

The tour launched in January of 2019 and was originally scheduled to end in July of this year – but obviously, the pandemic had different plans.

The band is currently on tour through October, then launches a 12-night Las Vegas residency in December before heading to Australia in the spring.

How long should a ‘farewell tour’ last?  Do you think this will really be the final tour for KISS?




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