Doc McGhee, who is the manager of KISS, has made a statement that they canceled the ‘meet and greets’ events because of the coronavirus concern of the community. Also, they saddened the fans with this news.

COVID-19, publicly known as coronavirus, firstly seen in the city of China, Wuhan. After two months, it spread out quickly all around the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, and many more. Currently, over 90K cases have been confirmed.

As you might already know, KISS started to ‘End Of The Road’ farewell tour in January 2019, and they played in North America, Europe, Asia in one year. Right now, they are playing at the United States leg of the tour.

However, KISS decided to temporarily cancel their ‘meet and greets’ events in the middle of the tour due to the coronavirus danger. Also, Doc McGhee announced that shows will continue after this break and VIP tickets can be refundable in ten days.

Here is the statement from Doc McGhee:

“Our Meet and Greets have always offered us and you, our fans a unique opportunity to literally stand shoulder to shoulder together.

After many discussions with experts in the field, we have been advised to temporarily cancel these events given the reality that we do this nightly for a hundred or more fans. Shows will continue as scheduled and we look forward to resuming our time with you backstage.”

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