Kiss will play DTE Energy Music Theatre on Oct. 15, the band announced Tuesday night, one week after bailing on its concert at the amphitheater following Gene Simmons’ positive COVID-19 diagnosis.
The DTE show, originally scheduled for Sept. 1, is one of five newly rescheduled dates announced on the group’s End of the Road farewell tour. Simmons and band mate Paul Stanley both tested positive for COVID-19 in recent weeks, forcing a batch of shows to be postponed.
Three of those delayed tour stops — Hartford, Conn., Milwaukee and Raleigh, N.C. — will be rescheduled for 2022, the band said.
Existing tickets will be honored for the Oct. 15 concert at DTE.
The End of the Road tour will resume Thursday with a previously scheduled show in Irvine, Calif., following a 10-day quarantine for Simmons as advised by doctors, the band announced.
In other Detroit Rock City news Tuesday, the band retweeted photos of Kiss-themed cleats now sported by Detroit Tigers pitcher Derek Holland.
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