FOR THE LAST TIME
Glam rock greats will visit Fort Worth before kissing touring goodbye
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame legends KISS are going out with a bang. The final shows of their last-ever tour, "The End of the Road," will come to Fort Worth's Dickies Arena on October 27.
Four new dates, including Fort Worth, were added to the tour and unveiled March 30.
KISS previously had announced a show at Austin's Moody Center, on October 29, as its only Texas stop. Other tour destinations include California, Washington, Indiana, and several cities in Canada before ending the tour where it all began, with two back-to-back December shows in New York City. The full itinerary is here.
“KISS was born in New York City," said the band in a statement. "On 23rd Street. Half a century ago. It will be a privilege and honor to finish touring at Madison Square Garden, 10 blocks and 50 years from where we first started.”
KISS has a deep history in the rock and roll industry. It rose to fame in the 1970s for the performers' theatrical stage presence, face paint, pyrotechnics, and costumes. They’re most well known as being one of the most influential rock bands in the world with 14 Platinum albums and over 100 million record sales.
Tickets for the Fort Worth show will be available starting on Monday, April 3, with a KISS Army presale at 10 am. Additional presales will be available throughout the week (presale code: DICKIES) before they go on sale to the general public at 10 am Friday, April 7 via livenation.com.