Published: Thu, September 20, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

KISS Just Announced Their ‘Final’ World Tour

KISS Just Announced Their ‘Final’ World Tour

Check out their performance on America's Got Talent below.

Fans will remember that Kiss' original lineup did a farewell tour almost 20 years ago, which was the last to feature drummer Peter Criss.

KISS kicked off the live finale of America's Got Talent by performing "Detroit Rock City" and announcing a finale of their own.

Glam metal rockers KISS announced their farewell tour Wednesday - bringing the curtain down on their five-decade-long career.

Dates have not yet been announced for the trek, which is being dubbed the "End of the Road World Tour", but a press release states that KISSonline.com will have updates in the weeks to come. 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. People who love us come see us.

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Peter Criss announced his retirement from music previous year, so it seems unlikely that he'll rejoin the band for this last hurrah, but it doesn't seem totally insane to wonder if Ace Frehley will make an appearance.

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.

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.

When KISS was founded in 1973, "nobody thought it would go the distance", he said. That departs from Miami on Halloween.

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