A fan on the ever-popular KISS fan forum, Kissfaq.com, Torpedo_Boy showed the sad reality of how several seats for one Minnesota tour date are vastly undersold, despite many other shows on the ‘End of the Road’ tour selling great. The user posted a seating chart which showcases all of the sold seats for that particular date and there is no denying that indeed, as of this article not a lot of seats have been sold for that certain date. The user stated the following about this matter: “I attended the initial KISS “Farewell Tour” in Minnesota, twice. May 18, 2000, & July 13, 2000.” Gene Simmons daughter reveals KISS show lip syncing.
Paul Stanley confirms his ‘last’ KISS concert. The forum user continued: “For personal reasons, I opted to skip out on their March 4th, 2019 “Seriously, we’re never going to play your town again. That’s it” leg, but, surprise, surprise, they’re coming back to town. With David Lee Roth added to the bill, my attention was renewed. So I picked up a ticket (6th row, directly in the center) because it was roughly $600 cheaper than picking up a ticket in the first-row but look at all of these available seats after almost a month of being on-sale, this feels like a date that may be canceled.”
KISS icon Paul Stanley looks ‘miserable’ in train station photo. Fellow forum user, missingdiver replied: “I can’t believe they are playing the Twin Cities again. I mean do they think playing the Target Center in Minneapolis is really different from playing the Excel in St paul? They are ten miles apart. I’ll maybe go when tickets get to $25. I really have to question why they are doing this….do they want to be embarrassed one last time? Having to cancel a show for lack of interest is not “going out on top..”