KISS Reschedules Five Tour Dates Postponed Due To COVID

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KISS has rescheduled five tour dates that were postponed after co-founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons caught COVID.

The band announced late-Tuesday that it was tacking on the five suspended shows to the end of its previously scheduled dates.

Kiss will make up shows in Atlanta, GA; Burgettstown, PA; Clarkston, MI; Tinley Park, IL; and Dayton, OH, on October 10, 13, 15, 16 and 17, respectively.

As the band announced following Simmons' positive COVID test, Kiss will resume its 'End of the Road' tour on September 9 in Irvine, CA, two weeks after postponing its Burgettstown show.

Simmons and Stanley remained active on social media during their respective isolations. Both Rock and Roll Hall of Famers were fully-vaccinated before embarking on the tour and Simmons reported last week that his symptoms were "minimal," but he was keeping his distance from others to prevent the virus from spreading.

Stanley, whose symptoms resolved in about a week, said of the virus, "It kicked my ass."

On Tuesday, the frontman shared a selfie following one of his first post-COVID bike rides, noting that he was able to ride 25 miles just 16 days after his positive COVID test.

"I'm back and NEVER would have been through it like this without being double vaxxed and proper medications," he wrote.

Get all of Kiss's tour dates here.

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