Get your Kiss boots back out, the show is just a little over one month away.

Kiss have announced the bands rescheduled DTE Energy Music Theatre date - the new date is Friday, October 15th. Tickets dated for the original show - Wednesday, September 1st, will of course be honored on the new date.

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The first date was cancelled after both Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons tested positive for Covid. Below is an official statement from the band,

KISS recently postponed five shows due to band members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons testing positive for COVID-19. Following a 10-day quarantine, doctors have advised the tour is safely set to resume this Thursday, September 9th at FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA. Produced by Live Nation, the rest of the tour dates remain unchanged.

The band has worked hard to reschedule postponed show dates to the best of their ability. Due to routing and availability, the show dates in Hartford, CT, Milwaukee, WI, and Raleigh, NC will be postponed to 2022.

I know the weather can change at any minute in Michigan, but I did Google an extended forecast for Clarkston on October 15th and as of now - it is not too bad. Kiss fans can expect a high of 60 degrees. Or it could be snowing for all I know - but that is just another reason to have your Kiss boots ready.

Here is to Kiss and the Kiss crew staying healthy.

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