KISS Rescheduled 2021 European Dates

    KISS has officially announced the new dates of its concerts in Europe for 2021 after being forced to reschedule said tour

    After an epic race, KISS has shown for 45 years that they are rock and roll legends, last year they hit the road with their latest tour “The End of the Road World Tour”.

    Tickets for KISS concerts around the world sold out in 2019, and it’s possibly the best KISS show to date!

    Unfortunately, due to the global health crisis, KISS has been unable to hold its concerts on the dates announced and scheduled from the beginning, for the month of July this year, but KISS is pleased to announce rescheduling and new European dates for 2021.

    Tour Dates:

    06/02 Antwerp, Belgium – Sportspalais
    06/08 Paris, France – Accors Hotel Arena
    06/10 Dortmund, Germany – Westfalenhalle
    06/12 Lodz, Poland – Atlas Arena
    06/15 Hamburg Germany – Barclaycard Arena
    06/19 Stockholm, Sweden – Tele 2 Arena
    06/21 Helsinki, Finland – Hartwell Arena
    06/23 Gothenburg, Sweden – Scandanavian
    06/25 Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
    06/30 Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
    07/03 Barcelona, Spain – Rockfest
    07/04 Madrid, Spain – Wizink Arena
    07/06 Nimes, France – Roman Arena
    07/08 Stuttgart, Germany – Schleyerhalle
    07/10 Prague Czech, Republic – O2 Arena
    07/12 Verona, Italy – Arena Di Verona
    07/15 Budapest, Hungary – Budapest Arena

    “We are excited to announce rescheduled and new European dates for 2021. Further dates will also be added to the cities announced today.”

    “KISS will be offering VIP experiences and special KISS Army fan presales. VIP experiences may include a personal photo opportunity with the band, access to an exclusive pre-show lounge and a behind the scenes tour. Visit for more information.

    Unfortunately, due to scheduling issues involved with moving the tour back a year KISS will not be able to play the following cities, that were originally set for 2020.

    Sandnes, Norway
    Kaunas, Lithuania
    Lisbon, Portugal
    Gliwice, Poland
    Sofia, Bulgaria

    Those fans with tickets for the above cities should refer to their ticket office for refunds.”

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