UPDATE (8/28): Kiss have postponed two additional displays on their Conclusion of the Road Tour following singer Paul Stanley analyzed constructive for Covid-19 before in the week. Saturday night’s live performance in Raleigh, North Carolina, and Sunday’s cease in Atlanta will the two be rescheduled. “All earlier acquired tickets will be honored for the new date once declared,” the band posted on Twitter.
Kiss have canceled a live performance scheduled for Thursday evening in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, right after singer Paul Stanley examined beneficial for Covid-19.
“Tonight’s #KISS show at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, PA is unfortunately postponed thanks to Paul Stanley testing constructive for COVID. Much more information and facts about clearly show dates will be designed available ASAP,” the band wrote on Instagram, pointing out that the band and crew are all vaccinated.
“Everyone on the complete tour, both equally band and crew, are fully vaccinated,” the group’s assertion continued. “The band and their crew have operated in a bubble independently to safeguard everyone as considerably as doable at every display and in between shows. The tour also has a COVID basic safety protocol officer on staff members complete-time that is ensuring every person is carefully following all CDC tips.”
Stanley himself took to Twitter to dispel rumors that he was in the medical center immediately after suffering a coronary heart attack. “PEOPLE!!! I am wonderful! I am not in ICU! My heart will allow me to do 26 miles a day on my bike!” he tweeted. “I never know wherever this came from but it is absolute nonsense.”
Kiss are just four displays into their End of the Highway Tour, which resumed very last week in Bangor, Maine. The Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame members have concert events scheduled this weekend for Raleigh, North Carolina, and Atlanta — there is no phrase on the standing of these reveals.
Stanley’s bandmate Gene Simmons inspired admirers to get vaccinated in an interview with Rolling Stone final 7 days. “I would highly advocate for everyone to get two Pfizer or Moderna pictures, you should — for the rest of us. Even if you consider the Earth is flat, it is not,” Simmons stated, detailing Kiss’s Covid protocols for the tour. “The overall street crew will have to be vaccinated twice. No one gets backstage or onstage devoid of wearing masks, and all people stays at a harmless length and you have received to wash your arms and do every thing else the CDC suggests. Really don’t listen to politicians. They’re not capable. Listen to experts.”
Kiss will return to Las Vegas in December for a new residency at Planet Hollywood on the Strip.