KISS Add "Crazy Crazy Nights" To End of the Road EU Tour Setlist!

KISS resumed their End of the Road World Tour in Leipzig, Germany last night at Arena Leipzig. The start of their European leg was nothing short of epic. Before we even dive into the setlist and check out what they changed up from the US leg, just watch Tommy Thayer shredding at the gig, below:
Now that you've been properly KISSed, let's get into the gritty details of the kickoff. Being their final tour ever, the masked foursome make sure that nothing falters in way of stage production, props, and of course the setlist.
The shock rockers main setlist remains identical to what they offered on their North American leg. The night begins with insane theatrics as KISS ascend onto the stage to Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll." Then they go into anthem "Detroit Rock City" and continue to impress their fans as Paul Stanley flies over them and Gene Simmons BREATHES fire.
Drum solos, guitar solos, and bass solos are aplenty. Toward the end of the set, Stanley makes his way into the crowd during "Love Gun" and "I Was Made for Lovin' You." When the main set closes with "Black Diamond," the KISS army knows the night's not over yet.
For the encore, they start with Eric Singer on the piano for "Beth," showing a softer side to KISS. For the European leg, the band has officially changed out "Do You Love Me" with 1987's "Crazy Crazy Nights." Watch them performing it at the show in this fan caught video:
"Crazy Crazy Nights"
The night concludes on the iconic "Rock and Roll All Nite" before KISS say goodbye to their army for good.
See the full setlist below:
Catch the rockers on their last tour while you can, Europe! Remaining dates are below.
Kiss End Of The Road 2019 UK and European tour dates May 29: Vienna Stadthalle, Austria May 31: Munich Konigsplatz, Germany Jun 02: Essen Georg-Melches Stadium, Germany Jun 04: Berlin Waldbuehne, Germany Jun 05: Hannover Expo-Plaza, Germany Jun 07: Solvesborg Sweden Rock Festival, Sweden Jun 11: St Petersburg Ice Arena, Russia Jun 13: Moscow Dynamo Stadium, Russia Jun 16: Kiev NSA Olympic Stadium, Ukraine Jun 18: Krakov Tauron Arena, Poland Jun 25: Amsterdam Ziggo Dome, Netherlands Jun 27: Oslo Tons Of Rock Festival, Norway Jun 28: Trondheim Rocks Festival, Norway Jul 02: Milan Ippodromo San Siro, Italy Jul 04: Zurich Hallenstadion, Switzerland Jul 06: Iffezheim Rennbahn, Germany Jul 09: Birmingham Resorts World Arena, UK Jul 11: London The O2, UK Jul 12: Manchester Arena, UK Jul 14: Newcastle Metro Radio Arena, UK Jul 16: Glasgow SSE Hydro, UK
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Last updated: 21 Sep 2019, 01:40 Etc/UTC