We recently have been adding a lot of KISS updates to the website but they weren’t the fun kind and were instead cancellation and postponement reports as both Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons had contracted the virus and were forced to move the schedules around (seen HERE). Now its time to share the latest news that all is proceeding ahead. Take a look.
Though we’ve already been posting updates from the camp of “The Hottest Band In The World” KISS in terms of the postponements of some of the US Tour Dates for the “End Of The Road” World Tour (seen HERE) and the recently announced rescheduling of the Australian Tour, it was just revealed that additional dates have been pushed back based on their own Demon Gene Simmons contracting the virus. I’ve updated our original copy but am doing this as well since that was now five days ago.
Just a short time ago we learned that the legendary Starchild of KISS, Paul Stanley, had tested positive for the Coronavirus and we’ve shared the statement about this and the outcome of the show that was supposed to happen. At the time of this posting only this evenings show has been postponed but I am sure others will follow and I shall update this copy as necessary.
Tonight’s #KISS show at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, PA is unfortunately postponed due to Paul Stanley testing positive for COVID. More information about show dates will be made available ASAP. Everyone on the entire tour, both band and crew, are fully vaccinated. The band and their crew have operated in a bubble independently to safeguard everyone as much as possible at each show and in between shows. The tour also has a COVID safety protocol officer on staff full-time that is ensuring everyone is closely following all CDC guidelines. Continue reading KISS Postpones “End Of The Road” World Tour Dates Due To Covid-19→
Based on the current state of affairs with the still rampant, and now mutating Coronavirus; the cancellations for the 2021 Entertainment Year are begin to increase. This announcement addresses the annual Maryland Deathfest which was hoping to take place this coming May. This is not a possibility at all with the increase in infection and the lack of a proper system in getting people vaccinated. Read on.
The Press Release:
MDF XVIII has been rescheduled again until 2022! The new dates are May 26-29, 2022. There is an overload of information in this post, so please take a few minutes to read it all, as it will likely address most of the questions and concerns you may have.
At this point, we don’t think it’s necessary to go into great detail about why we had to reschedule the festival again. We’ve been updating you about this possibility for months, so we assume that most of you were expecting this news to be dropped. There is simply no chance that the festival can be staged in its proper form with the majority of the bands (or fans, for that matter) being able to even show up in a short 4 months. It is pretty clear that most, if not all of 2021, is needed for the world to sort itself out to the point that we can enjoy live events again. Continue reading Breaking: Maryland Deathfest 2021 Postponed Until 2022→