Rock heavyweights KISS have pushed back their entire Aussie tour for their Perth fans.
On Tuesday, promoters One World Entertainment and TEG Live said in a statement that “with the recent announcement that WA’s borders will remain closed for an indefinite period of time” they had “been forced to postpone” KISS’s End of the Road tour.
“The band is passionate and determined to perform for all their Australian fans – they do not want to leave Perth out of the equation”.
This means that the gig at RAC Arena in Perth on March 26 is now scheduled for September 2.
The band will start the tour with three shows in Melbourne starting August 20, then onto Sydney and Adelaide before playing Perth.
KISS finish tour with dates in Brisbane and Townsville.
With the recent announcement that Western Australia’s borders will remain closed for an indefinite period of time, One World Entertainment & TEG Live have been forced to postpone the Australian #EndOfTheRoadTour until August / Sept 2022. Full details at https://t.co/libfe3NfHB pic.twitter.com/lDf7z8QPfH
— KISS (@kiss) February 8, 2022
It’s been an ongoing reshuffle for the band. When the Aussie leg of their End of the Road tour was initially announced in February 2021, they were due to kick it off in Perth on November 16.
Tickets and VIP packages purchased for concerts in March and April remain valid for the rescheduled dates without need for exchange.
Ticket holders will be emailed with their new dates and won’t need to take any further action.