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Kiss cancel opening date of UK tour departure over ‘logical’ issues – Billboard

The end of KISS’ farewell road tour has hit a snag. The greasepaint rockers were set to kick off the UK portion of the outing on June 3 at Plymouth’s Home Park Stadium, but on Tuesday the venue announced the show had been cancelled.

“Sadly, KISS and show promoters Robomagic have announced today that they have to cancel the opening night of the upcoming KISS UK tour,” said a statement from Home Park Stadium. “The show at Plymouth Argyle’s Home Park Stadium on Saturday 3 June will no longer take place due to travel, equipment and logistical complications. Tickets can be refunded or exchanged for other UK shows.

The statement also included comments from Home Park Stadium’s spokesperson, who said, “We are really sorry to hear that Kiss can no longer perform at Home Park Stadium this summer.” No additional information was available at press time on the specific issues that led to the show’s cancellation and it did not appear that the band had commented on the Scotch gig.

The band’s next scheduled show is on Saturday (May 27) at the Sonic Temple Music Festival in Columbus, OH at Historic Crew Stadium, where they’ll share the bill with Rob Zombie, Falling In Reverse, Puscifer, Trivium, Rival Sons and more. Their UK tour will now consist of five dates, starting with a June 5 show at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham, followed by planned shows in Newcastle, London, Manchester and Glasgow.

As the Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley-fronted veteran rockers shut down their touring machine, they prepare to revisit their early years in a biopic slated to air on Netflix next year. Longtime manager Doc McGhee said the film would cover the group’s first four years together.

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