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Overall Rating

4.8

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Awesome Show

Smoothie King Center - New Orleans

Definitely did not disappoint! Awesome show! Third time in thirty years to see kiss and still amazing!

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Kiss is always amazing

PNC Arena - Raleigh

Loved kiss. The arena has some improvements needed with their stash but the show was amazing

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Best Show Ever!!!!

Vystar Veterans Arena - Jacksonville

My first concert ever was seeing Kiss during their 1976 Destroyer Tour, so it was only fitting that I see this EOTR TOUR. My wife and I were BLOWN AWAY! Fantastic Show! They may not jump around as much as they use to but the quality of playing their songs is at a very high level and faithful to the recorded versions. The pyrotechnics and bombast and lighting and other cool things were the Best I have ever witnessed. It took a day for my body and senses to recover. I don’t want to give too much away, so just know, if you go you will see the greatest show EVER!! Kiss, still the “hottest band in the land” !!!! Kiss Army Forever❤️

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It's KISS

State Farm Arena - Atlanta

Only complaint could be the lighting rigs blocking the view, but I opted for the "cheap" seats, so that's expected. A screen or 2 for the upper level would be nice, but that may be a request for the arena more than the band. Still, KISS delivered their best

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WOW

Vystar Veterans Arena - Jacksonville

Amazing show! They kept the crowd on their feet and involved the whole night. Bought me back to my youth. Would definitely see them again if it wasn’t their last tour.

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Kiss Farewell

Bridgestone Arena - Nashville

The show was Awesome!! The set was one of the best in the business with the pyrotechnics, lights and smoke!! The music was incredible, it would have been a little better if the mix of the instruments and vocals was just a little different (more balance between the vocals could have been a little higher). Great show!!! I hope that they tour again!!!

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It tops what i listed as my all time favs!

Vystar Veterans Arena - Jacksonville

It met EVERY expectation I'd dreamed of since I was 14 years old. Staging was great. Pyros were spectacular. Confetti balloons, and streamers were fun. My seat was excellent. The audience was unlike any I've ever witnessed - elementary age kids with KISS face make up, all the Gens from X to Millennials, the 50 to 60 something parents from whom the Gens learned about the KISS Army, and even the walker, scooter, and oxygen crowd. Everybody together belting out everything from Lovegun to Beth. Oh, don't let me forget my man, Gene! He was in top form. The music took me back and filled me up so that when the last note was sang, i didnt want to leave my seat hoping to be able to capture one last, hidden echoing song. Definitely, It's one for the ages that I'll never forget

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Anniversary present

Legacy Arena at The BJCC - Birmingham

Got tickets for my husband for our anniversary. He loved it!!! Said KISS kicked ass!!!!! Fantastic show . Hate it will be the last time in Bham. Thanks for putting on a fantastic show!!!!

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Yeah!

PNC Arena - Raleigh

When to the concert with my son,he is 20 and I 56,what a great show

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Best band in the land!

Legacy Arena at The BJCC - Birmingham

Best concert ever and Kiss came to make sure that they will be remembered. From the music to the fireworks to the flying Paul Stanley they came to please. End of the Road World Tour was the best and AWESOME!

Biography

KISS in Concert

For over four decades, KISS have worked hard to fulfill the promise that frontman Paul Stanley makes to audiences every night: "You wanted the best — you got the best!" Now with the band that set the standard for rock ‘n' roll showmanship about to retire their boots and makeup for good, you can bet they will take the KISS experience to a whole new level. For the End of the Road World Tour — which the band bills as "the ultimate celebration for those who've seen us and a last chance for those who haven't" — KISS promises to go out the same way they came in: "unapologetic and unstoppable." And as always, the KISS Army knows that's no idle boast.

This farewell tour promises to be the final chapter of an occasionally X-rated but always entertaining saga that began when two young musicians (Stanley and bassist Gene Simmons) first met in New York City in 1970. After spending a few years cutting their teeth in bands like Wicked Lester, the duo doubled down on a new group with a unique sound that combined the muscle of American hard rock and the flamboyance of British glam. Of course, the makeup, costumes, and wild live theatrics (fire-breathing included) meant that KISS looked as unique as they sounded on such instantly iconic songs as "Strutter," "Shout It Out Loud," and "Rock and Roll All Night." Here was a band whose members were no mere mortals — they were comic-book superheroes.

And so they remained even when the makeup came off in the ‘80s as Stanley and Simmons kept pace with a new generation of rockers with hits like "Lick It Up" and "Heaven's on Fire." Then in 1995, the crowd at Detroit's Tiger Stadium witnessed a piece of history when the original lineup reunited to perform in full KISS regalia. The event also launched a two-decade era of renewed preeminence whose signs included everything from new hit albums to KISS conventions to co-headlining tours with Aerosmith, Def Leppard, and Mötley Crüe. A year after the band's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014, KISS achieved another milestone, becoming the American band with the most gold albums ever.

Through it all, KISS have maintained their allegiance to the members of the KISS Army, the millions of people who've made it all possible. So they can be sure this one last party will end with a bang.