KISS: How to Watch Their Final Farewell Show
KISS is finally bidding touring adieu this Saturday (Dec. 2).
The iconic band’s final show of their farewell tour will be a hometown show in New York City. What better way for a legendary NYC band to go out than with a show at Madison Square Garden Of course, the show is sold out, but fans the world over will be able to watch the show from the comfort of their own home.
Being billed as “Our final concert EVER,” the last show on KISS’ “End of the Road” tour will be available for purchase at PPV.com. It’ll cost $39.99, plus applicable taxes and service fees. Prices vary if ordering outside of the United States.
While PPV.com is primarily used on computers and mobile devices, the site notes, “Casting/Mirroring can be used, depending on your mobile device and/or TV functions. For more information on casting to your TV, please refer to our step-by-step video tutorials, located here.”
Complete viewing options and details are available at Support.PPV.com.
Don’t Expect a KISS Reunion
Many KISS fans were curious to see if there would be a reunion of the classic lineup during the farewell tour. In October, Paul Stanley was very frank in explaining why including Ace Frehley and Peter Criss in the final KISS show “doesn’t make sense.”
He told Ultimate Classic Rock, “As important as the original lineup was, I can say that we wouldn’t be here today if not for them, and we wouldn’t be here today with them,” said Stanley. He added a further dig at Frehley and Criss saying, “It doesn’t make sense to allow anybody to come in and call shots.
In June, Gene Simmons told Linea Rock said Frehley and Criss were offered opportunities to take part in the tour for either encores or select shows. However, Simmons said, ” … They both said no. So, I don’t know what to say about that.”