The KISS End of the Road tour has a stop sign in sight, but it’s way off in the distance. The band says the marathon trek will come to an end on July 17, 2021 in New York City,
Singer Paul Stanley made the announcement during their performance on the KISS Kruise over the weekend, while revealing 75 additional dates on the tour.
“We got a lot of great stuff planned, and we’re gonna give you everything y’all deserve,” Stanley promised. He pointed to a countdown clock behind the stage. At the time, it showed 622 days, 23 hours, 49 minutes until the final show.
The End of the Road tour began on January 31, 2019 in Vancouver and will have lasted two and a half years before all is said and done. KISS was already scheduled to perform in Australia, New Zealand and Japan this fall, and will now reportedly return to the U.S. starting February 1st in Manchester, NH.
While overseas this month, KISS will be involved in one of their most unique gigs ever. They’ll be plugging in above the Indian Ocean with the goal of enticing sharks. Experts say they love the low-frequency sounds of hard rock. A select few KISS fans will be listening to the show and watching for the feared fish from the safety of a glass-bottom boat.