Gene Simmons, bassist and founder of KISSsent a video greeting to his fans in Peru, where he reminds them that his band will pass through our country on Wednesday, May 4 at Arena 1 of La Costa Verde, as part of his “The End of the Road World Tour”, which will mark his definitive farewell to the stage, after almost half a century of activity.
Hello, Peru! I’m Gene Simmons. KISS will play for you on May 4th. Where? In Arena 1 of the Green Coast”, commented the famous “Demon”, in a video recorded especially for his followers in our country, where he anticipates his arrival with Paul Stanley (guitar and vocals), Eric Singer (drums and vocals) and Tommy Thayer (guitar).
The return of the quartet to our country will be very special and emotional for its followers, since it will be the last time that we will be able to see it in Peruvian territory, after deciding to end his musical career after almost five decades of activity, after conquering the world, imposing musical trends -aesthetic and visual-, and selling more than 100 million records.
“The End of the Road”, the tour with which KISS has decided to close their musical chapter, is the most ambitious staging of their career, where it includes explosions, fireworks, platforms, screens, several of its members flying through the air and, of course, all their hits, among which “Rock and Roll All Night”, “I Was Made For Lovin’ You” , “Love Gun”, “Detroit Rock City”, “Strutter”, among others.
Gene, Paul, Eric and Tommy have already made several dates of this tour in the US between August and October of last year, when the pandemic allowed many artists to reactivate their activities, and even participated in the KISS Kruise, the special cruise where they have more direct contact with their fans, while sailing on a luxurious boat.
Tickets to attend KISS’s farewell to Peru are on sale at Teleticket and they have a special discount with BanBif credit cards. It should be noted that the stands are already sold out.
VIP: S/. 489
Preferential: S/. 246
Right Grandstand (numbered): Exhausted
Left Grandstand (numbered): Exhausted