DETROIT – How long does it take to say goodbye? For legendary rock and roll band KISS, it will take at least another 20 months for the band to continue their farewell tour which will include another stop in Michigan.
313 Presents announced Thursday that KISS will perform at the DTE Energy Music Theater on Friday, September 11, 2020. KISS last visited Michigan in March with shows in Grand Rapids and at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. The “End of the Road” tour is scheduled to end on July 21, 2021 in New York City.
“Everything we have built and everything we have conquered over the past four decades could never have happened without the millions of people around the world who have filled the clubs, arenas and stadiums during these years. years. It will be the ultimate celebration for those who have seen us and a last chance for those who have not. KISS Army, we say goodbye on our last tour with our biggest show yet and we will come out the same way we entered… Unapologetic and unstoppable, ”KISS said in a statement.
KISS has a special connection to the Michigan area because several major moments in the history of the group took place in the state. Among them, the recording of the record “Alive” at Cobo Hall and of course when the city of Cadillac was taken over by the group.
The group has announced concerts until October 2020, which means the group could still return to Michigan after the September concert.
Tickets for the DTE show go on sale to the public on Friday, November 22 at 10 a.m. Presale tickets will go on sale to members of the KISS military and members of the Citi bank credit card on Wednesday. Special Meet and Greet tickets go on sale Tuesday on the KISS website. Tickets start at $ 39.50 for lawn seating.