KISS Just Announced Their ‘Final’ World Tour

Joann Johnston
September 21, 2018

On Instagram Wednesday, the makeup-wearing rockers announced their "End of the Road" world tour, promising to go out with a bang after some 45 years of performing.

"This show will have the most explosions, the most hits and be the loudest yet!"

Over the years, the band's stage set evolved from a spare candelabra-accented design to various massive structures filled with lighted stairs, raised platforms, drum risers with functioning tank cannons and even the Statue of Liberty.

Kiss is one of those bands that seems to be perennially contemplating their final tour, but this time they apparently mean it.

KISS launched a farewell tour in 2000 ― but this time Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons will be saying goodbye without fellow original members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss.

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'People will love us, come to see us. This will be the ultimate celebration for those who've seen us and a last chance for those who haven't. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers who have sold more than 100 million albums worldwide have toured to almost every city on the planet and played every venue imaginable.

KISS last toured Australia in 2015, and Simmons has since said the band "can't keep doing this forever" when asked about when they'll stop touring.

KISS are going to play their final shows on the End Of The Road world tour, a multi-year run across the world, according to the band's website.

"We always kind of just bumbled along and marched to the beat of our own drum".

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