Paul Stanley Finally Reveals The Health Condition Caused KISS Shows’ Cancelation

Kiss recently had to cancel a pair of shows, and the fans were furious due to an unknown reason for the cancellation. The reason has finally been revealed by Paul Stanley.

As it appears on the latest post Stanley shared on his social media accounts, the band has canceled the shows due to illness of Stanley. He shared a picture of himself from what seems like a hospital bed with the following statement:

“Toronto And Ottawa… I’ve done everything possible to get onstage and be a part of the incredible 2 1/2 hour celebration we planned but this flu has made it impossible. I, along with Gene, Tommy and Eric couldn’t be more disappointed and send our deepest apologies.”

Fans Were Pissed at the Timing of Cancellation

The band initially revealed that their performance scheduled for Tuesday, November 21, had been canceled due to an ‘unforeseen illness in the band party.’ In less than 24 hours, Kiss then announced the cancellation of the show planned for November 22 in Toronto, which was the last Canadian stop on their ‘End of the Road’ farewell tour.

The concert was canceled just an hour before it was supposed to take place, and many fans were pissed. Some declared that they came a long road to see the show, and others said that it was rush hour and the band should have canceled the show earlier. A fan even shared a picture in Kiss facepaint, imitating to cry. Though she clarified she wasn’t crying in the picture, after she posted it, she ‘actually cried.’

Kiss Is On Their Final Tour

Kiss is set to retire and is currently on their final tour, which will culminate in early December with a spectacular performance in New York City, where their rock journey first began.

In January 2019, Kiss kicked off their farewell tour, known as the ‘End Of The Road’ tour. However, they had to put it on hold in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Originally, the tour was scheduled to end on July 17, 2021, in New York City, but it has been extended until late 2023.

With the cancellation, the band now has only six shows left. The final set is to take place at Madison Square Garden on December 2 in New York.