Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.
Kiss has canceled several shows on their farewell tour, including gigs in Ottawa, Toronto, and Knoxville. The farewell tour is set to conclude in New York on December 2.
Kiss has canceled three consecutive shows on their farewell tour due to frontman Paul Stanley’s struggle with the flu. The affected performances were scheduled in Ottawa and Toronto, Canada, and Knoxville, Tennessee. As the band’s End of the Road World Tour is set to conclude with two nights at Madison Square Garden on December 1 and 2, the possibility of rescheduling the canceled dates appears unlikely.
In announcing the cancellation of the two Canada dates, Paul Stanley said, “Toronto and Ottawa… I’ve done everything possible to get onstage and be a part of the incredible 2 1/2-hour celebration planned but this flu has made it impossible.”
The announcement about the cancellation of the Knoxville show included the statement: “Due to an unforeseen illness in the band party, we are unable to perform tonight. Refunds will be available at your point of purchase.”
Five scheduled dates remain on the End of the Road World Tour – tomorrow (November 25) in Gainbridge, Indianapolis, November 27 in Rosemont, Illinois, November 29 in Baltimore, Maryland, and the two Madison Square Garden shows on December 1 and 2. The farewell tour was launched in 2019 but was put on hold by the Covid-19 pandemic.