“End of The Road” – The Final World Tour 2019

“End of The Road” - The Final World Tour 2019

“End of The Road” – The Final World Tour 2019

The Starchild, The Demon, The Space Ace and The Catman – four incredible individuals that have been rocking this world for more than forty-five years! Formed in January 1973, the band is one of the best-selling bands of all time, performing the most incredible and spectacular shows and easily recognizable by everyone in the entire world. Ladies and gentlemen – KISS!

In September the monsters of the rock stage, Kiss, have announced the end of their career and the beginning of the final world tour, End of the Road. The shocking news spread out from the stage of America’s Got Talent show on NBC after performing their “Detroit Rock City” leaving millions of fans heartbroken.

We all shouldn’t feel bad though. After all, they had a really good run – forty-five years on stage is a bit of a lifetime for a rock back and they want to leave in style. Stanley promised that this will be “the show” inviting everyone who love them and those who’ve never seen them to come and see the biggest and most explosive show they’ve ever done. Indeed, this is the time.

Kiss has announced the tour dates on their official website and it’s really going to take place in the whole world. Thanking millions of people from all over the world who built the KISS Army filling the clubs, stadiums, and arenas over the years, they want to say their last goodbye with this ultimate celebration.

Is It the Last One Though?

However, this is not the first time as Kiss was going on a final tour. Back in 2000 Simmons announced that the band was gathering to feature the original band members in a final tour – Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Peter Criss, and Ace Frehley. Simmons commented then that they didn’t have more mountains to climb and they wanted to go in style with all of those who put them there.

After two years the band changed their minds though and went back on track. They have carried out multiple shows, appeared in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and performed in benefit of Hurricane Harvey. In 2014, for the first time in 16 years, Simmons and Frehley have performed together again.

Perhaps it really is the time to go. Although, we never know if things will change again. After all, they didn’t do it the first time, so we may see them again. For instance, Scorpions who have announced their last tour, Sting in the Tail, in 2010 are still on the road with more and more surprises for their fans. Should we expect the same from Kiss? It’s truly hard to let go of the Rock-n-Roll so how can we blame them for returning over again. Anyway, only time will tell.

All we should focus on right now is thanking Kiss for rocking our world for almost half a century and hitting the road to see the great and one-of-a-kind rock band – Kiss. This show is really the one and we can’t miss it for the world!