Paris – Monday July 20, 2020
POSTPONEMENT OF THE CONCERT AT THE ACCOR ARENA DE PARIS TO JUNE 8, 2021 &
ADDITIONAL CONCERT AT THE ARENES DE NÎMES ON JULY 6, 2021
Due to the global COVID-19 epidemic, we are forced to postpone the KISS concert initially scheduled at the Accor Arena in Paris on June 9, 2020. This concert is postponed until Tuesday, June 8, 2021.
The tickets in your possession will remain valid for this postponement at the venue of the Accor Arena in Paris.
However, customers wishing to be reimbursed for their tickets can contact the point of sale where they were purchased since June 8, 2020. For a period of three months, until September 8, 2020 inclusive.
We are adding an additional concert on Tuesday July 6, 2021 at the Festival de Nîmes. Rentals open Wednesday July 22, 2020 in the usual points of sale.
We are waiting. We are ready. When we know that everyone is safe and that the pandemic is over, we will shake the earth and set your world ablaze, stronger than ever.
– Paul Stanley
We can’t wait for the pandemic to end and everyone to be well. We are ready to break everything as soon as the danger is gone, for you and for us. See you in Europe.
– Gene Simons
We deeply regret this postponement and thank the spectators for their understanding.
Gérard Drouot Productions team
With more than 150 million albums sold worldwide, and authors of essential hymns “I Was Made For Lovin ‘You”, “Detroit Rock City” or “Rock And Roll All Nite”, the legendary group Kiss is back last time in France during his farewell tour entitled “End of The Road”!
Hard rock group founded in Queens in New York in 1973 by guitarist Paul Stanley and bassist Gene Simmons, Kiss released their first eponymous album in 1974, then “Hotter Than Hell” the same year, which allowed the group to sit his notoriety.
Recognizable among a thousand thanks to their look and make-up, the four members go on tour and are propelled at the top of the charts. In the late 1970s, Kiss was the most popular group in the United States.
Despite many changes within the band, the discs follow one another and meet with immense success: Dressed to Kill (1975); Destroyer (1976), Dynasty (1979), Kiss Unmasked (1980), Lick It Up (1983), Animalize (1984), Asylum (1985), Crazy Nights (1987), Revenge (1992), Psycho Circus (1998), Sonic Boom (2009)… to name a few.
35 years after its formation in New York, the group Kiss starts a big world tour in 2008, with a mythical date in France in Bercy.
With this resounding comeback, Monster, Kiss’s 20th studio album, was released on October 15, 2012. A new tour is planned, and Kiss will return twice to France, during a unique concert at Hellfest in June 2013 and then at the Zenith in Paris in June 2015. The opportunity for the public to check that under makeup and despite 40 years of career, the group has not aged!