After 50 years of career Kiss will play one last show and it will happen at the Madison Square Garden in New York City, close to where they started five decades ago. The show will happen next December and they now announced an option for who won’t be able to be there. The fans will be able to buy the Pay-Per-View option to see their final concert at home.
Besides being available on ppv.com, fans will also be able to buy the virtual “ticket” to the show via cable and satellite operators in the USA and Canada. It will cost $39.99 in the two countries and $14.99 in the rest of the world.
The band is formed by the original members Gene Simmons (Bass and vocals) and Paul Stanley (Guitar and vocals), accompanied by the drummer Eric Singer and guitarist Thommy Thayer, both who are with the band for more than two decades.
The final Kiss tour dates:
- 10 – ROGERS PLACE – Edmonton, AB
- 12 – SCOTIABANK SADDLEDOME – Calgary, AB
- 13 – SASKTEL CENTRE – Saskatoon, SK
- 15 – CANADA LIFE CENTRE – Winnipeg, MB
- 18 – CENTRE BELL – Montreal, QC
- 19 – CENTRE VIDEOTRON – Quebec, QC
- 21 – CANADIAN TIRE CENTRE – Kanata, ON
- 22 – SCOTIABANK ARENA – Toronto, ON
- 24 – THOMPSON-BOLING ARENA – Knoxville, TN
- 25 – GAINBRIDGE FIELDHOUSE – Indianapolis, IN
- 27 – ALLSTATE ARENA – Rosemont, IL
- 29 – CFG BANK ARENA – Baltimore, MD
- 1 – MADISON SQUARE GARDEN – New York, NY
- 2 – MADISON SQUARE GARDEN – New York, NY
Kiss was formed by Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss in New York City back in 1973 and released their self-titled album in the following year. Already during that decade they became one of the biggest bands in the world not only for their music but also for their innovative live concerts. Simmons and Stanley contiued carrying the band’s torch over the decades recording many praised albums that didn’t Frehley or Criss.