Band reschedules 2020 trek
KISS has announced the 2021 European dates for its End of the Road Tour that were postponed from 2020 due to COVID-19. The 17 date trek now kicks off June 2nd in Antwerp, Belgium and wraps July 15th in Budapest, Hungary. Additional dates are expected to be announced.
“We are waiting. We are ready. When we are told everyone is safe and this pandemic is over, we will shake the earth and rock your world as always and as never before,” Paul Stanley says.
“We can’t wait for this pandemic to be over, and for all of you to be safe,” adds Gene Simmons. “We are planning to rock your world, once it is safe out there, for all of you and for us. See you in Europe.”
KISS will be offering VIP experiences and special KISS Army fan pre-sales. VIP experiences may include a personal photo opportunity with the band, access to an exclusive pre-show lounge and a behind the scenes tour.
Unfortunately, due to scheduling issues involved with moving the tour back a year KISS will not be able to play in Sandnes, Norway; Kaunas, Lithuania; Lisbon, Portugal; Gliwice, Poland; or Sofia, Bulgaria that were originally set for 2020. Fans with tickets in those cities should refer to their ticket office for refunds.
KISS 2021 European End of the Road Dates:
June 2 – Sportspalais – Antwerp, Belgium
June 8 – Accors Hotel Arena – Paris, France
June 10 – Westfalenhalle – Dortmund, Germany
June 12 – Atlas Arena – Lodz, Poland
June 15 – Barclaycard Arena – Hamburg, Germany
June 19 – Tele 2 Arena – Stockholm, Sweden
June 21 – Hartwell Arena – Helsinki, Finland
June 23 – Scandanavian – Gothenburg, Sweden
June 25 – Festhalle – Frankfurt, Germany
June 30 – Hallenstadion – Zurich, Switzerland
July 3 – Rockfest – Barcelona, Spain
July 4 – Wizink Arena – Madrid, Spain
July 6 – Roman Arena – Nimes, France
July 8 – Schleyerhalle – Stuttgart, Germany
July 10 – O2 Arena – Prague, Czech Republic
July 12 – Arena Di Verona – Verona, Italy
July 15 – Budapest Arena – Budapest, Hungary
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