They’ll hit Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday November 23.
Glam-rock legends KISS have announced a third show in Melbourne for their final ‘End of the Road’ tour in November. Supported by Melbourne’s Rival Fire, the rock’n’roll legends are set to tear up the Rod Laver Arena for the final time on Tuesday November 23.
What you need to know
- KISS have announced a third show in Melbourne, as part of their ‘End of the Road’ tour
- The event is going down at Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday November 23
- General onsale for the show commences at midday on Wednesday March 17
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KISS saw tickets to their first show on Saturday November 20 sell out in record time, while their second Melbourne date on Sunday November 21 is selling fast too.
After lucklessly cancelling their 2019 tour due to illness, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer are more tenacious and motivated than ever – and are sure to put on one hell of a show for their final adventure Down Under.
“There’s a light at the end of the tunnel and it’s BLINDING,” Stanley says.
“We are finally coming back. The tour is now official and we will deliver nights that will go beyond all expectations. We are fired up and will count the days.”
“To our devoted Melbourne fans, we are so ready to spend three nights with you in your rock’n’roll city. We have always loved playing there and we’re going to make a triumphant and massively celebrated return to you all on our final tour ever. So get ready for us, because we are ready for you!” Simmons added.
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KISS hit Rod Laver Arena for their third show on Tuesday November 23. Tickets go on sale Wednesday March 17 here.