KISS announces dates for End of the Road farewell tour

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KISS has announced the dates for its second farewell tour.

More than a month after initially announcing the End of the Road World Tour, the band has announced a 44-date trek across North America. It's the first leg of the tour.

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"All that we have built and all that we have conquered over the past four decades could never have happened without the millions of people worldwide who've filled clubs, arenas and stadiums over those years," Kiss said in a statement, according to Rolling Stone.

“This will be the ultimate celebration for those who’ve seen us and a last chance for those who haven’t. KISS Army, we’re saying goodbye on our final tour with our biggest show yet and we’ll go out the same way we came in… Unapologetic and Unstoppable.”

KISS went on The Final Farewell Tour from 2000 to 2001. It was the final tour with the original lineup of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Peter Criss and Ace Frehley. The current lineup includes Tommy Thayer, Eric Singer, Simmons and Stanley.

Paul Stanley, Tommy Thayer, Eric Singer and Gene Simmons of KISS announced they are going on a final world tour.
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Paul Stanley, Tommy Thayer, Eric Singer and Gene Simmons of KISS announced they are going on a final world tour.

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Tickets for what is being branded as "the final tour ever" go on sale to the Kiss Army fan club Oct. 31. General tickets go on sale Nov. 2.More information is at KISSOnline.com.

Dates for the End of the Road World Tour are below.

Jan. 31: Vancouver, British Columbia, at Rogers Arena
Feb. 1: Portland, Oregon, at Moda Center
Feb. 2: Tacoma, Washington, atTacoma Dome
Feb. 4: Spokane, Washington, at Spokane Arena
Feb. 7: San Diego at Viejas Arena
Feb. 8: Fresno, California, at Save Mart Center
Feb. 9: Sacramento, California, at Golden 1 Center
Feb. 12: Anaheim, California, at Honda Center
Feb. 13: Glendale, Arizona, at Gila River Arena
Feb. 15: Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena
Feb. 16: Los Angeles at The Forum
Feb. 19: Corpus Christi, Texas, at American Bank Center
Feb. 20: Dallas at American Airlines Center
Feb. 22: New Orleans at Smoothie King Center
Feb. 23: Memphis, Tennessee, at FedEx Forum
Feb. 26: Oklahoma City at Chesapeake Energy Arena
Feb. 27: Kansas City, Missouri, at Sprint Center
March 1: Milwaukee at Fiserv Forum
March 2: Chicago at United Center
March 4: Minneapolis at Target Center
March 6: Sioux Falls, South Dakota, at Denny Sanford Premier Center
March 7: Omaha, Nebraska, at CenturyLink Center
March 9: Grand Rapids, Michigan, at Van Andel Arena
March 10: Moline, Illinois, at Mark of the Quad Cites
March 12: Louisville, Kentucky, at KFC Yum! Center
March 13: Detroit at Little Caesars Arena
March 16: Columbus at Nationwide Arena
March 17: Cleveland at Quicken Loans Arena
March 19: Montreal at Bell Centre
March 20: Toronto at Air Canada Centre
March 22: Uniondale, New York, at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
March 23: Uncasville, Connecticut, at Mohegan Sun Arena
March 26: Boston at TD Garden
March 27: New York at Madison Square Garden
March 29: Philadelphia at Wells Fargo Center
March 30: Pittsburgh at PPG Paints Arena
April 2: Quebec City at Videotron Centre
April 3: Ottawa, Ontario, at Canadian Tire Centre
April 6: Raleigh, North Carolina, at PNC Arena
April 7: Atlanta at State Farm Arena
April 9: Nashville, Tennessee, at Bridgestone Arena
April 11: Tampa, Florida, at Amalie Arena
April 12: Jacksonville, Florida, at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
April 13: Birmingham, Alabama, at BJCC