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Kiss Cancel ‘End of the Road’ Tour of Australasia

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Kiss’ closing tour of Australia has ended earlier than it started. 

The Hall of Famers have been because of make one closing lap of Australia and New Zealand, beginning at Perth Arena this Saturday (Nov. 16). Those plans modified when, earlier this week, Paul Stanley fell sick with influenza and was suggested to relaxation, in accordance with an announcement. 

As beforehand reported, the Western Australia date was postponed and bolted onto the finish of the tour, with the Adelaide Entertainment Centre present subsequent Tuesday elevated to tour-opener. As a end result of the reshuffling, the scheduled Dec. three live performance at Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand was scrapped altogether. 

Now, all exhibits Down Under are off. 

“It was hoped the extra few days rest would allow Stanley the chance for a complete recovery so the tour could proceed as planned,” reads an announcement issued Thursday by promoters One World Entertainment and TEG Live.

“However unfortunately this has not occurred. Stanley has an additional infection in his throat requiring complete vocal rest and medication for at least two weeks and possibly longer.”

Stanley provides, “Words can not start to convey our huge disappointment in having to cancel our End Of The Road tour of your unimaginable nation. Our connection to you is unparalleled and many years deep.

“We waited so long as we may and held out hope to the final minute that my scenario would clear up and we might have the ability to march ahead. Doctor’s orders in the end have taken priority and eventually we now discover ourselves with no selection however to give up. With heavy hearts, Kiss.”

The Australian leg of the End Of The Road tour was booked for eight exhibits, with all dates “heavily sold and side view tickets released to cater for demand,” the promoters notice.

“We are devastated with the cancelation of the Australian tour,” reads the assertion from promoters One World Entertainment and TEG Live. “We’ve been in constant contact with the band in the past few days hoping for a positive outcome. We know how much fans were looking forward to the tour. We send our best wishes to Paul for a speedy recovery.”

This is not the first time poor well being has affected the international trek. Earlier in the 12 months, singer and bass participant Gene Simmons had surgical procedure to take away kidney stones that resulted in the postponement a present in Salt Lake City.



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