Kiss Kiss goodbye as they stop at the Wells Fargo Center on their final tour. | Image courtesy:

We’ll be completely honest, we’re not sure what kind of concert a band as well-traveled and world renowned as KISS can put on at this point in their illustrious and (sometimes literally) incendiary career.

But we’d be willing to bet it’s gonna be wild.

Because, as sad as it is to acknowledge, this is likely your last chance to see the The Starchild, The Demon, The Spaceman/Space Ace and, of course, everyone and their geriatric mother’s all-time favorite, The Catman, live and in the highly-reflective flesh.

No fooling.

They legit called this worldwide wander “The End of the Road Tour,” meaning that it’s literally the end of the road for the face painting, tongue twisting, blood- and fire – and smoke, and sex – and sequin-loving band known to the world for nearly half a century now simply as, KISS.

Pay your respects. Scream your head off. Give The Catman one last glimpse of your sweaty, smiling face as the house lights come up for a final time.

Goodbyes are never easy. But then, nothing truly worthwhile (like a musical career spanning over 40 years, thousands of venues and millions upon millions of fans) ever is.

KISS: The Final Tour Ever | March 29. 730pm. Prices vary. Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St.



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