The North American leg for the heavy metal band's farewell tour will include stops in San Diego, Los Angeles and Las Vegas among others.
Oct 30, 2018
KISS is closing the final chapter in their career. The heavy metal band has announced the North American dates for their worldwide farewell tour called "End of the Road" and promised that their last show will surely be one to remember forever.
"All that we have built and all that we have conquered over the past four decades could never have happened without the millions of people worldwide who've filled clubs, arenas and stadiums over those years," the band said in a statement. "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."
In an interview with Billboard, the four-piece band promised that the stage will be more theatrical with technology and brand-new attire. Gene Simmons explained that each member had designed new outfits for the tour.
"These are new outfits that we took a long time to craft. All of us design out own stuff. At the end of the day we are fully complete by ourselves," the bassist of the band said. "We're not only in KISS, we're fans of the band. I'm on stage with these guys. I look across the stage, and wow. We're the greatest band on earth."
Simmons, Paul Stanley, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer will also sport their signature makeup in character as the Demon, Starchild, Spaceman and Catman respectively.
The North American leg is scheduled to kick off on January 31, 2019 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver and include stops in Los Angeles, Detroit and Toronto among others. The trek is set to conclude on April 13 at BJCC in Birmingham. Fans of the band can purchase tickets for the tour starting from October 31, with a general on-sale to follow on November 2.
January 31 - Vancouver, BC at Rogers Arena
February 1 - Portland, OR at Moda Center
February 2 - Tacoma, WA at Tacoma Dome
February 4 - Spokane, WA at Spokane Arena
February 7 - San Diego, CA at Viejas Arena
February 8 - Fresno, CA at Save Mart Center
February 9 - Sacramento, CA at Golden 1 Center
February 12 - Anaheim, CA at Honda Center
February 13 - Glendale, AZ at Gila River Arena
February 15 - Las Vegas, NV at T-Mobile Arena
February 16 - Los Angeles, CA at The Forum
February 19 - Corpus Christi, TX at American Bank Center
February 20 - Dallas, TX at American Airlines Center
February 22 - New Orleans, LA at Smoothie King Center
February 23 - Memphis, TN at FedEx Forum
February 26 - Oklahoma City, OK at Chesapeake
February 27 - Kansas City, MO at Sprint Center
March 1 - Milwaukee, WI at Fiserv Forum
March 2 - Chicago, IL at United Center
March 4 - Minneapolis, MN at Target Center
March 6 - Sioux Falls, SD at Denny Sanford Premier Center
March 7 - Omaha, NE at CenturyLink Center
March 9 - Grand Rapids, MI at Van Andel Arena
March 10 - Moline, IL at Mark of the Quad Cites
March 12 - Louisville, KY at KFC Yum! Center
March 13 - Detroit, MI at Little Caesars Arena
March 16 - Columbus, OH at Nationwide Arena
March 17 - Cleveland, OH at Quicken Loans Arena
March 19 - Montreal, QC at Bell Centre
March 20 - Toronto, ON at Air Canada Centre
March 22 - Uniondale, NY at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
March 23 - Uncasville, CT at Mohegan Sun Arena
March 26 - Boston, MA at TD Garden
March 27 - New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
March 29 - Philadelphia, PA at Wells Fargo Center
March 30 - Pittsburgh, PA at PPG Paints Arena
April 2 - Quebec City, QC at Videotron Centre
April 3 - Ottawa, ON at Canadian Tire Centre
April 6 - Raleigh, NC at PNC Arena
April 7 - Atlanta, GA at Philips Arena
April 9 - Nashville, TN at Bridgestone Arena
April 11 - Tampa, FL at Amalie Arena
April 12 - Jacksonville, FL at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena