I can see why KISS wants their “End of the Road” farewell tour to last as long as possible. Just the first leg alone has brought in some big bucks.
Billboard reports that the makeup-wearing rockers’ North American dates, which ran from January 31 to April 13, racked up $58.7 million. All but five of those have grossed at least a million dollars.
The biggest show of the tour so far was the hometown set at Madison Square Garden, which earned $1.947 million from 13,359 tickets sold.
Still on tap for this year, KISS heads to Europe for part of the summer before returning to the US and Canada for 26 more dates. They’ll then hit Australia and New Zealand in November and December.
Which bands have claimed to have retired from touring only to go back out?