KISS’ official Twitter account has shared a new post and made another sad coronavirus announcement for the fans.
As you might already notice, the world is suffering from an outbreak named COVID-19, publicly known as coronavirus, from the start of Wuhan, China. This virus has been rapidly spreading all around the world and currently, over 90K cases have been confirmed.
Three days ago, Doc McGhee, who is the manager of the band, has announced that they temporarily canceled their meet and greets during their ‘End Of The Road’ farewell tour because of coronavirus outbreak. Click here for the details.
Yesterday in the announcement, KISS decided to reschedule the spring leg of ‘End Of The Road’ due to the coronavirus concern and saddened the fans who were ready to rock in the show.
Here is the statement from KISS:
“The final three shows of the spring leg of the KISS End Of The Road Tour are being rescheduled out of an abundance of caution.
Tulsa, OK will now be on Sunday, October 4th at BOK Center; Biloxi, MS will now be Tuesday, October 6th at the Mississipi Coast Coliseum; and Lafayette, LA will now be Wednesday, October 7th at Cajundome.”
A fan named Chris replied:
“Awesome. So worried this was just going to be canceled. Now if only you could figure out a way to be in two places at once so I could also see Megadeth in New Orleans.”
Another fan named Marissa replied:
“Why put so far back and thanks for the info but why not do the show in Tulsa if it today and waited till the last minute to tell ppl could have canceled two days ago.”
You can check the tweet below.
— KISS (@kiss) March 12, 2020