During a highly publicized appearance on The Howard Stern Show on SiriusXM, KISS have officially announced the final show of their End of the Road farewell tour, which will take place on Dec. 2 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, the second of back-to-back nights. They've also unveiled a new batch of North American stops leading up to the finale.

There had been other proposed end dates for the rock legends just on this tour alone (which began in 2018) with manager Doc McGhee floating a couple loose timelines before declaring earlier this year that KISS will indeed put on their final tour performance in 2023.

Notably, this trek is not the first time the group has made an attempt to retire and there will surely be speculation about the legitimacy of this announcement.

Considering the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers booked a set of 2023 U.K. dates and mentioned it'd be their last shows in the region, it really does appear that KISS are winding down their 50-year touring career with lone mainstays Paul Stanley having turned 71 earlier this year and Gene Simmons set to turn 74 this summer.

The band specifically noted this is the end of the farewell tour, leaving the door open for other opportunities such as one-off shows, residencies or festival appearances. Only time will tell.

See all of KISS' upcoming tour dates at their website and for your chance to see them, perhaps for the final time, get tickets here.

See the latest tour dates directly below and look for those tickets to go on sale on March 10 at 10AM local time at Live Nation. A KISS Army pre-sale will begin on March 6 at 10AM local time.

KISS Reveal Final Tour Date on The Howard Stern Show

New KISS 2023 Tour Dates

Oct. 29 — Austin, Texas @ Moody Center
Nov. 01 — Palm Springs, Calif. @ Acrisure Arena
Nov. 03 — Los Angeles, Calif. @ Hollywood Bowl
Nov. 06 — Seattle, Wash. @ Climate Pledge Arena
Nov. 08 — Vancouver, British Columbia @ Rogers Arena
Nov. 10 — Edmonton, Alberta @ Rogers Place
Nov. 12 — Calgary, Alberta @ Scotiabank Saddledome
Nov. 13 — Saskatoon, Saskatchewan @ SaskTel Centre
Nov. 15 — Winnipeg, Manitoba @ Canada Life Centre
Nov. 18 — Montreal, Quebec @ Centre Bell
Nov. 19 — Quebec, Quebec @ Videotron Centre
Nov. 21 — Ottawa, Ontario @ Canadian Tire Centre
Nov. 22 — Toronto, Ontario @ Scotiabank Arena
Nov. 24 — Knoxville, Tenn. @ Thompson-Boling Arena
Nov. 25 — Indianapolis. Ind. @ Gainbridge Fieldhouse
Nov. 27 — Rosemont, Ill. @ Allstate Arena
Nov. 29 — Baltimore, Md. @ CFG Bank Arena
Dec. 01 — New York, N.Y. @ Madison Square Garden
Dec. 02 — New York, N.Y. @ Madison Square Garden

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