KISS’ farewell tour has never been an easy undertaking… and now it’s dealing with another obstacle. The “End Of The Road” tour, originally announced in 2018 and halted a number of times, has cancelled parts of its final European circuit.
Citing “logistical reasons,” the Paul Stanley-fronted rock icons a June 3rd performance in the UK. Issues with both travel and equipment shipping are being blamed for the cancellation, which will now push KISS’ European opening back to June 5th in Birmingham, England.
KISS is the newest band added to a growing list that have found it difficult to tour in a post-covid world. Not too long ago, we told you that Machine Head cancelled their entire spring tour due to “work visa issues.” KISS is set to close the book on their long career as “The End Of The Road” winds down in December.