The iconic classic-rockers of KISS had to postpone their gig in Los Angeles later this month due to “unforeseen circumstances.”
KISS was slated to perform at the Staples Center on September 20 as a part of their End Of The Road Tour. However, now the gig has been postponed to March 4, 2020. There has been no further information regarding why the show was rescheduled, but fans are told to hold onto their tickets, which will be honored at the new date. Those that can not longer make the show should seek refunds via point of purchase.
While KISS dubbed this as their final tour, some fans are skeptical, since they once cited their “final” tour back in 2001. Nonetheless, the band is preparing a show like no other. When it was first announced, the group said the Staples Center show would be the “biggest pyro event of the tour.”
“KISS’s arena show on this ‘End Of The Road’ tour has seen us raise the bar for spectacle and bombast,” the band said in a statement. “Our plans for this show will have us pull out all the stops to make this night all the more groundbreaking and ground-shaking. We can’t wait.”
The Los Angeles gig would have been the final show on KISS’ second U.S. leg of the tour. After wrapping-up the U.S. dates this month, they will head down under for shows in Australia and New Zealand this November, followed by gigs in Asia in December.