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TO KISS reschedules his concert in Raleigh, North Carolina, after the singer Paul Stanley tested positive for COVID-19.

Saturday’s (August 28) performance at Coastal Credit Union Music Park in Walnut Creek is the second TO KISS show to postpone after Stanleythe diagnosis.

A makeup date for the Raleigh concert has yet to be announced, but all tickets will be honored for the new date once it is confirmed, the venue said on Twitter.

TO KISS canceled her show Thursday in Burgettstown, Pa., as fans waited for the doors to open.

“I had been sick with flu-like symptoms and had been tested several times and was negative”, Stanley tweeted Thursday. “At the end of the afternoon, I tested positive. The team, staff and group all tested negative again. “

This afternoon, Paul once again taken to his Twitter to write: “A few really tough days behind and hopefully a few more days to come.” So… I WILL SEE YOU !!!! “

In a social media post, TO KISS said the entire group and crew members traveling with them on the tour were fully vaccinated.

Members of TO KISS “And their team functioned independently in a bubble to protect everyone as much as possible at each show and between shows,” the group wrote in the statement.

“The tour also has a COVID security protocol officer on full-time staff who makes sure everyone is keeping a close eye on everything. CDC directives, ”the statement continued.

Earlier today, TO KISS bassist / singer Gene Simmons Recount « TMZ and direct » this Paul is “It’s gonna be great because he got the shot.” He will be fine… Yesterday he started to feel like his voice wasn’t up to par and he started to feel a little tired. So we always take precautions. And we sent a doctor, and he said, “Okay, you might have something. You better stop. And that’s exactly what we did. And at the right time, as soon as we heard from the doctor, we brought in paramedics from a local hospital and tested the all the team – the truck drivers, our behind the scenes programming, the band and everything. Everyone has tested negative; Paul tested positive. Now we quarantine ourselves – all from U.S; the band, the team and everyone – for at least five days, just to make sure we don’t wear it even though we don’t experience anything. I feel good. We can do shows. My voice is awesome. Paul is not feel good. And to be safe for everyone, we make sure. “

TO KISS launched the summer 2021 stage of its “End of the road” farewell tour August 18 at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts. The concert marked the group’s first live appearance in front of an audience since March 2020.

TO KISSThe farewell trek was launched in January 2019 and was originally scheduled to end on July 17, 2021 in New York City, but is now expected to last until 2022.

TO KISSthe current lineup of consists of original members Stanley and Simmons, alongside later additions to the group, the guitarist Tommy Thayer (since 2002) and drummer Eric Singer (activated and deactivated since 1991).

Formed in 1973 by Stanley, Simmons, Pierre Criss (battery) and As Frehley (guitar), TO KISS organized their first “farewell” tour in 2000, the last to feature the band’s original lineup.


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