As their “End Of The Road Tour” draws to a close, KISS will give one last show at Madison Square Garden in New York on December 2. They are allowing fans from all over the world to participate in the event by providing a pay-per-view broadcast. Live streaming of the band’s final performance will be available worldwide on PPV.com. It will be accessible via pay-per-view networks in the US and Canada in addition to this web platform. In these areas, the event will cost $39.99, but fans from other countries can enjoy it for $14.99.
Those who want to watch won’t require a subscription. The parent company of PPV.com, Indemand, will manage the event, and it will also be available through a number of cable, satellite, and telco carriers, including Xfinity, Spectrum, Contour, and others. The Continuing Goodbye Tour. The “End Of The Road Tour” began in January 2019 and continued until 2021 following a halt in 2020 because to the COVID-19 epidemic. The band has played more than 200 gigs as part of the tour in locations including North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania.
It’s likely that KISS’s farewell show in their current configuration will take place on December 2, the tour’s last destination. However, the band members have hinted that they may carry on with their tours in various capacities. Paul Stanley, for example, revealed in an interview with Ultimate Classic Rock from the previous year: “KISS is comparable to a sports team or an army. The squad doesn’t give up when the MVP retires or stops competing. When an army loses soldiers on the battlefield, they don’t raise the white flag. Another person grabs the gun and charges ahead. Therefore, I think there will always be a KISS in one way or another.
In a separate interview with “Let There Be Talk,” Gene Simmons shared his thoughts regarding the prospect of future KISS concerts sans the founding members. With various personnel, The Blue Man Group and Phantom of the Opera embark on global tours. There should and could be a KISS concert, complete with effects and a live onstage feel, as well as a semi-autobiographical piece about four knuckleheads living off the streets of New York that culminates in a grand finale that is a full-fledged performance and celebration in the last third. Twelve additional gigs are scheduled for KISS before the last event in New York. After wrapping up their tour in Canada on November 22, the band will resume their US tour, beginning on November 24 in Knoxville, Tennessee.