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Kiss has just rolled out its rescheduled 2022 European “End Of The Road” tour dates. Loudersound.com reported the trek will kick off on June 1st, 2022 in Dortmund, Germany, and as of now, wind down on July 21st in Amsterdam, Holland — although additional shows are expected to be rolled out soon.

Along the way the band will also hit Poland, France, Belgium, England, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, Croatia, Italy, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Romania.

Gene Simmons has often been the first to credit Kiss’ legions of fans for their success and admits that the love and support the band has been given by their “Kiss Army” remains beyond their wildest imaginations: “Kiss fans are beyond anything we ever dared hope for, in terms of fans. We were gonna be happy with just being able to sell a record and, and doing our music, but to get this kind of loyalty is beyond anything we ever expected.”

Even as the band approaches the 50-year-mark, Paul Stanley still can’t believe the devotion Kiss fans still dish out night-after-night: “It’s like a never-ending dream. Y’know, it just doesn’t end. Every time we take a break, we just realize that we can’t stay away, y’know? We always have to come back, and it’s awesome to have a turnout like this. Y’know, Kiss fans are what all other fans are measured by.”

Kiss will next perform on August 18th in Mansfield, Massachusetts at Xfinity Center.

RESCHEDULED: Kiss 2022 European tour dates (subject to change):

June 1 – Dortmund, Germany – Westfalenhalle
June 3 – Lodz, Poland – Atlas Arena
June 6 – Antwerp, Belgium – Sportspalais
June 7 – Paris, France – Accor Arena
June 10 – Donington, England – Download Festival Castle
June 13 – Hamburg, Germany – Barclaycard Arena
June 16 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Copenhell Festival
June 18 – Stockholm, Sweden – Tele 2 Arena
June 20 – Helsinki, Finland – Hartwell Arena
June 22 – Gothenburg, Sweden – Scandinavian
June 24 – Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
June 26 – Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle
June 28 – Stuttgart, Germany – Schleyerhalle
June 30 – Saint-Vulbas, France – Festival Du Printemps De Perouges
July 2 – Barcelona, Spain – Rockfest
July 3 – Madrid, Spain – Wizink Arena
July 5 – Nîmes, France – Festival De Nîmes / Les Arènes De Nîmes
July 7 – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
July 9 – Zagreb, Croatia – Zagreb Arena
July 11 – Verona, Italy – Arena Di Verona
July 13 – Prague, Czech – Republic O2 Arena
July 14 – Budapest, Hungary – Budapest Arena
July 16 – Bucharest, Romania – Romexpo
July 21 – Amsterdam, Holland – Ziggo Dome