KISS have postponed the Australian leg of their “End Of The Road” farewell tour to next year due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions on mass gatherings and interstate travel.
Promoters One World Entertainment and TEG Live announced that the Australia tour dates, scheduled for November-December 2021, will be rescheduled to March-April 2022.
“I know that Australia is accelerating its vaccine roll out but, unfortunately, it won’t be in time for our November / December tour to proceed as scheduled. So, we will push the tour back a few months but, rest assured, WE ARE COMING FOR YOU,” KISS frontman Paul Stanley said.
The legendary rock band was forced to cancel a live show in Pennsylvania last week after Stanley was diagnosed with COVID-19.
“I am overwhelmed by the hundreds of messages of love and support that I have received from my Aussie fans and want to let you all know that I now feel great and am near my complete recovery. My doctors have told me that I was very smart to get fully vaccinated as that has clearly made the difference in making sure I don’t get really sick from this virus,” Stanley said.
KISS were also forced to postpone several upcoming tour dates after bassist and singer Gene Simmons tested positive for the coronavirus.
Tickets and VIP packages purchased for the original dates remain valid for the rescheduled dates without need for exchange. Ticket holders will be emailed with their new dates and will not need to take any further action.
Saturday March 19 ROD LAVER ARENA, MELBOURNE VIC
Sunday March 20 ROD LAVER ARENA, MELBOURNE VIC
Tuesday March 22 ROD LAVER ARENA, MELBOURNE VIC
Saturday March 26 RAC ARENA, PERTH WA
Tuesday March 29 ADELAIDE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, SA
Friday April 1 QUDOS BANK ARENA, SYDNEY NSW
Saturday April 2 QUDOS BAND ARENA, SYDNEY NSW
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