Kiss revealed a new run of End of the Road tour dates, filling their schedule from February to October of 2020.

The 75 new dates were listed on screens aboard the Norwegian Pearl, currently playing host to this year’s Kiss Kruise, and followed the announcement that the band’s last-ever show would take place in the band's birthplace of New York City on July 17, 2021.

Along with the new dates in North America, South America and Europe, Kiss also revealed that the tenth Kruise would take place from Oct. 30 to Nov. 4, next year, sailing from Miami to Harvest Caye, Belize and Roatan, Honduras.

After the farewell tour was announced, bassist Gene Simmons responded to speculation that former members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss could return, saying: “Ace and Peter have gotten three chances,” he said. “They were in and out of the band – fired – three times. For drugs, alcohol, bad behavior, being unprofessional … they weren’t carrying their load. ... So the short answer to your question is we’d love to have Ace and Peter join us here and there. And if they don’t, it’s not going to be because of us. But they’re never going to be in Kiss again.”

Venue and ticket information has yet to be revealed for these newly announced Kiss dates. Prior to these 2020 concerts, the band will perform in Australia, New Zealand and Japan this winter, with the first show scheduled for Nov. 16 in Perth.

Kiss ‘End of the Road’ 2020 Dates

2/01 – Manchester, NH
2/04 – Allentown, PA
2/05 – Buffalo, NY
2/07 – Charlottesville, VA
2/08 – Greensboro, NC
2/11 – Columbia, SC
2/13 – Lexington, KY
2/15 – Peoria, IL
2/16 – Fort Wayne, IN
2/18 – Springfield, MO
2/19 – Wichita, KS
2/21 – Sioux City, IA
2/22 – Grand Forks, ND
2/24 – St. Paul, MN
2/25 – Lincoln, NE
2/29 – Laughlin, NV
3/02 – Bakersfield, CA
3/04 – Los Angeles, CA (makeup date for postponed 9/20/19 show)
3/06 – Oakland, CA (makeup date for postponed 9/16/19 show)
3/09 – El Paso, TX
3/10 – Lubbock, TX
3/12 – Tulsa, OK
3/14 – Lafayette, LA
3/15 – Biloxi, MS

4/24 – San Salvador, El Salvador
4/28 – San Jose, Costa Rica
4/30 – Bogata, Columbia
5/02 – Lima, Peru
5/05 – Santiago, Chile
5/07 – Asuncion, Paraguay
5/09 – Buenos Aires, Argentina
5/12 – Porto Alegro, Brazil
5/14 – Curitiba, Brazil
5/16 – Sao Paulo, Brazil
5/19 – Uberlandia, Brazil

6/09 – Paris, France
6/12 – Derby, U.K. (previously announced, Download Festival)
6/14 – Dortmund, Germany
6/15 – Hamburg, Germany
6/18 – Copenhagen, Denmark
6/20 – Sandnes, Norway
6/23 – Gothenburg, Sweden
6/25 – Stockholm, Sweden
6/27 – Helsinki, Finland
6/29 – Kaunas, Lithuania
7/01 – Prague, Czech Republic
7/04 – Barcelona, Spain
7/05 – Madrid, Spain
7/07 – Lisbon, Portugal
7/10 – Frankfurt, Germany
7/11 – Stuttgart, Germany
7/13 – Verona, Italy
7/15 – Gilwice, Poland
7/16 – Budapest, Hungary
7/18 – Sofia, Bulgaria
7/21 – Geneva, Switzerland
7/25 – Johannesburg, South Africa

8/28 – Mansfield, MA
8/29 – Hartford, CT
8/31 – Canandaigua, NY
9/01 – Bangor, ME
9/04 – Atlantic City, NJ
9/05 – Burgettstown, PA
9/08 – Atlanta, GA
9/09 – Raleigh, NC
9/11 – Clarkston, MI
9/13 – Tinley Park, IL
9/14 – Dayton, OH
9/15 – Milwaukee, WI
9/19 – George, WA
9/20 – Ridgefield, WA
9/22 – Boise, ID
9/24 – Salt Lake City, UT
9/26 – San Bernardino, CA
9/27 – Chula Vista, CA
9/29 – Phoenix, AZ
10/01 – Austin. TX
10/03 – Ft. Worth. TX

10/30-11/04: Kiss Kruise X

Kiss 'End of the Road' 2021 Date

7/17 – New York, NY

 

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