The legendary band KISS is wrapping up their "End of The Road" tour over the next couple of months.

One of the latest stops was just three hours east of Buffalo at the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland, Ohio.

As part of their tour stop, KISS was presented with the first-ever "Music Keynote" to the city by officals with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It was also proclaimed KISS Day.

Our good friend David "Gus" Griesinger from BackstageAxxess was at the show with the camera in hand. Here is a quick review he had about the KISS show.

Kiss gave a 2 plus-hour bombastic over-the-top performance that included 23 songs spanning most of their career. The show had everything a KISS show normally does: lasers, bombs, pyro, confetti, members flying around the arena, and much more. Fans walked away knowing that KISS can still deliver a high-quality performance.

 

Paul Stanley’s son has a band called Amber Wild which opened up the show.

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KISS won't be close to Western New York for a couple more weeks. They will be in Toronto on November 22nd and then in New York City for two shows to wrap up their tour at Madison Square Garden on December 1st and 2nd.

Get the latest details about KISS' "End Of The Road" tour HERE.

Check out some photos from KISS' tour stop in Cleveland.

KISS in Cleveland

The legendary band KISS is wrapping up their "End of The Road" tour over the next couple of months. 

Gallery Credit: Dave Fields

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