Kiss announces rescheduled tour dates after COVID-19 quarantine

Kiss announced the rescheduled dates for five shows on the North American leg of its End of the Road tour, after postponing shows due to band members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons testing positive for COVID-19. Kiss confirmed that Simmons had tested positive for COVID-19 in August, and that the band and crew would quarantine for 10 days. Stanley said of his battle with COVID:  “My COVID symptoms were MILD compared to many others and let me tell you… It kicked my ass. It’s over now.”

Following a 10-day quarantine, Kiss is now set to resume its tour Thursday in Irvine, Calif; the rescheduled tour dates will now take place in October.  Shows that were canceled in Hartford, Conn., Milwaukee, Wisc., and Raleigh, N.C., have been postponed to 2022. The rest of the tour dates remain unchanged. Rescheduled show dates & info can be found – here.

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