Kiss cancels show after Paul Stanley tests positive for COVID

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Kiss canceled their Thursday night show in Pennsylvania after frontman Paul Stanley tested positive for COVID-19.

Paul Stanley arrives at the 2018 ASCAP Pop Music Awards at The Beverly Hilton on Monday, April 23, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.
Paul Stanley was diagnosed with COVID-19, effectively canceling the concert.
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The legendary rock band is touring the country for their “End of the Road” farewell tour, which was interrupted due to the pandemic.
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They were scheduled to play Thursday at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania before the news broke.

In a social media post, Kiss said the entire band and crew members traveling with them on the tour have been fully vaccinated.

Members of Kiss “and their crew have operated independently in a bubble to protect everyone as much as possible at every show and between shows,” the band wrote in the statement.

“The tour also has a full-time COVID safety protocol officer who ensures that everyone follows all CDC guidelines closely,” the statement continued.

Paul Stanley from KISS performs on stage during the screening of Tribeca Festival from
Although the frontman tested positive for COVID, the entire band and crew members traveling with them on the tour have been fully vaccinated.
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