Kiss announce official dates for their End Of The Road world tour and we cant wait


Kiss are going back out on tour and we cannot wait (Picture: Getty)

KISS have announced the official dates for their epic, End Of The Road World tour.

The Rock And Roll All Nite singers are set to bring their 45-year career to an end in style – by setting off around the world to thrill us all one last time.

And we honestly cant wait.

Gene Simmons and co are kicking things off in Canada, on 31 January 2019, and heading over to the UK in July.

The rock legends will be playing in Birmingham on 9 July, Londons O2 on 11 July, heading to Manchester on the 12th, before an appearance in Newcastle on 14 July, and finishing up in Glasgow on 16 July.

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Tickets to their UK shows go on sale on 2 November, at 9am – and theyve promised to bring us the best shows theyve ever played.

Their tour will kick off almost 46-years to the day since their first ever performance, which took place in Queens on 30 January, 1973.

Back then they reportedly only played to a handful of people, and were guessing their End Of The Road tour will attract a few thousand more people than that…

Confirming their tour news in a statement, they explained: 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 whove filled clubs, arenas and stadiums over those years.

This will be the ultimate celebration for those whove seen us and a last chance for those who havent.

Kiss tour is kicking off next January in Canada (Picture: Getty)

KISS Army, were saying goodbye on our final tour with our biggest show yet and well go out the same way we came in … Unapologetic and Unstoppable.

KISS – made up of Gene, Paul Stanley, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer – admitted they are doing the tour because a thank you is in order for fans.

And because they really need to celebrate their intense 45-year career.

Paul previously told Billboard magazine: This time out is far beyond what we have done before, not just because of technology.

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It is because the meaning of this tour is so, so great because we have been an indelible part of peoples lives, but guess what – people have been an indelible part of our lives.

A thank you is in order, but also one last time to live up to what everybody says we have been and what we are.

Bring on next July!

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