The legendary glam metal band will play a final show in Australia (for real this time) before hanging up their axes.
KISS is set to make their last-ever appearance in Australia this October, giving fans one final chance to see them live before they finish off their massive career with a performance in their hometown at Madison Square Garden.
They’ll be saying goodbye to our fair nation at Sydney’s Accor Stadium on Saturday, October 7 2023.
KISS Final Curtain
- Prompted by a national petition, the iconic American rock band has announced one final Australian date before they end their career
- They will play at Sydney’s Accor Stadium on October 7
- General admission tickets go on sale on May 31 at 12pm AEST
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When KISS brought their End Of The Road tour down under in 2022, they didn’t plan on returning.
But fans clearly weren’t ready to say goodbye – their Aussie promoter started a petition asking the band to give us an encore and it was met with overwhelming success.
“You have made your voices loud enough that it was impossible for us not to hear you,” said singer and guitarist Paul Stanley.
“We are overwhelmed by your petitions and calls for one last KISS so we are now announcing that The End Of The Road will detour one last time to Sydney for a final bombastic farewell.”
They’ll be bringing the pop-rock band Weezer along for the ride. Beloved for classics like Buddy Holly, Say It Aint So and Beverly Hills, they’ll be certain to have the crowd ready to go for the big main event.
“As unexpected as this is for us, we will make it unforgettable for all who share the night with us,” said Stanley.
Tickets are set to go on sale to the public on May 31 at noon AEST, with a presale option starting on May 29 at 2pm AEST.
Get your tickets to see KISS in Sydney on October 7 here.