KISS has released information about their final-ever UK concerts; check the complete list of dates and find ticket information below.

Since 2018, the iconic rockers have been performing on a farewell tour called “End of the Road.” They had previously indicated that they will go on one last tour before putting down their recognizable costumes.

Gene Simmons, the band’s bassist and co-vocalist, stated in 2018 that KISS was retiring out of “self-respect” and “love” for their fans, though he recently hinted at a large extension to the farewell tour by guaranteeing that they will play in 100 more cities before quitting.

The final KISS concerts to ever be held in the UK will take place in June and July of 2023, starting in Plymouth with a stadium show at Home Park before a number of subsequent arena shows across the nation.

KISS made the following statement regarding their final performances: “All that we have created and all that we have achieved over the past forty years could never have happened without the millions of fans who have packed clubs, arenas, and stadiums all over the world throughout that time.

“This will be the ultimate celebration for those who’ve seen us and a last chance for those who haven’t. KISS Army, we’re saying goodbye on our final tour with our biggest show yet and we’ll go out the same way we came in… Unapologetic and Unstoppable.”

See the full list of KISS’ 2023 UK tour dates below. After a pre-sale tomorrow (December 13), general sale KISS tickets will go on sale here at 10am GMT this Friday (December 16).

KISS’ 2023 UK tour:

03 – Plymouth, Home Park
05 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
06 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena

05 – London, The O2
07 – Manchester, AO Arena
08 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro

After the present lineup of KISS finishes touring, Simmons predicted that the band would continue “in ways even I haven’t thought of.”

Simmons further stated that he believes KISS has a bright future ahead of them in an interview with Dean Delray for his Let There Be Talk podcast. He also talked about the potential location of their last performance.

“We’re unsure if it will take place in New York. The essential thing is that when it’s the last concert, it’ll be the last show, Simmons said, adding that he had strong reasons why it should be.

“The touring KISS band will end. however, the band on tour. KISS will carry on in other ways as well. I don’t mind if four deserving 20-year-olds cover their identities and put their cosmetics back on.

The band also intends to reschedule their Las Vegas engagement, which was postponed late last year, in addition to the UK shows.


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