Here are five things we'd love to see happen when the hottest band in the world takes the stage for the last time.
The group's current lineup features original members Stanley and Gene Simmons, plus Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer. Having played for Kings & Queens, for USA veterans, and for millions of devoted KISS Army fans, they will play their final shows as part of the multi-year END OF THE ROAD WORLD TOUR.
Dates have not yet been announced for the trek, which is being dubbed the "End of the Road World Tour", but a press release states that KISSonline.com will have updates in the weeks to come.
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After an epic and storied 45 year career that launched an era of rock n roll legends, KISS announced exclusively on NBC's America's Got Talent tonight that they are hanging up their 9-inch tall touring boots. " 'Here's an idea: I'm going to wear more makeup and higher heels than your mommy, and we're going to look completely different than any band that's out there, and I'm going to stick my tongue out and spit fire, and fly through the air.' Not a chance in hell".
When KISS was founded in 1973, "nobody thought it would go the distance", he said. The band held "The Farewell Tour" from 2000 to 2002 with original members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss. We're not asking for the return of the massive Asylum tour version or anything, but if we're saying goodbye, let's do it old-school style with real, heat-generating lights.
The group announced its final series of live shows, called End of the Road, on "America's Got Talent" and social media Wednesday. That departs from Miami on Halloween.