Kiss to Stream Final Concert Ever on Pay-Per-View: 'Rock Out One Last Time'

The heavy rock band is about to wrap up The End of the Road Tour in December

<p> Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for A&E</p> Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer, and Paul Stanley of KISS

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Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer, and Paul Stanley of KISS

As Kiss gets ready to “Rock and Roll All Nite” one last time, they’re inviting fans everywhere to join them.

The legendary heavy rock band announced on Thursday that their final-ever show, held at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Dec. 2, will stream live on pay-per-view.

According to a press release, the last stop of the band’s remaining, 25-date leg of their The End of the Road Tour will stream exclusively on so fans worldwide can tune into the concert in real-time, starting at 8 p.m. ET. Although no additional details were revealed, it “promises to be a massive event,” per the release.

<p>Juan Pablo Pino/AFP via Getty </p> Tommy Thayer and Paul Stanley of KISS

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Tommy Thayer and Paul Stanley of KISS

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To stream the show live, fans in the U.S. and Canada pay a one-time fee of $39.99, rather than signing up for a subscription. (Internationally, it costs $14.99 to watch the event.)

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers’ final show will also air live through cable and satellite providers such as Xfinity, Spectrum, Contour, Optimum, Fios, DirecTV, DISH, Rogers, Telus and more in North America.

To celebrate the news, the "I Was Made for Lovin' You" rockers shared a teaser trailer on Instagram featuring footage of them shredding and joined by pyrotechnics on stage.

"50 years of Rock ‘n’ Roll. 1 Final Show," the group wrote in the caption. "Rock out with @kissonline one last time! Their final concert ever, LIVE from @thegarden, streaming exclusively worldwide on PPV.COM."

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The band featuring Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer kicked off their farewell tour back in 2019, before putting a pause on live appearances due to the pandemic. The “Detroit Rock City” group has since taken their send-off show across North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia and Australia.

Back in the spring, the heavy metal legends announced the final leg of The End of the Road Tour would commence this fall and wrap up in NYC where five decades ago they launched what became their storied career of many hit songs and stadium tours.

Upon the announcement, the rockers shared a statement in a press release about returning to the place they started in the ‘70s for their last concert. They shared, "KISS was born in New York City. On 23rd Street. Half a century ago. It will be a privilege and an honor to finish touring at Madison Square Garden, 10 blocks and 50 years from where we first started."

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Simmons previously opened up to Chaoszine in July 2022 about the Lick It Up band’s decision to continue extending their farewell tour. "We don't know. We've never retired before. This is our first time," the vocalist/bassist said. "It's like painting a painting or writing a book. When somebody says, 'When is it gonna be finished?' You're in the middle of it; you don't know."

The frontman continued, "The crew is happy. Everybody's happy. So we've decided to add another 100 cities before we stop. I don't know how long that's gonna take."

Long before the hitmakers were approaching their final concert and just announcing that they were hitting the road for the last time, they shared a statement back in 2018 about their impending retirement.

"All that we have built and all that we have conquered over the past four decades could never have happened without the millions of people worldwide who've filled clubs, arenas and stadiums over those years," KISS said at the time. "This will be the ultimate celebration for those who've seen us and a last chance for those who haven't."

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