Shout it Out Loud, ya'll: KISS is on its farewell tour and El Paso is one of the city's that gets to say goodbye to the Demon, Starchild, Spaceman and Catman.

After nearly half a century of full makeup, boots way too tall for mere mortals to walk in, and a stage show second to none, Kiss announced in 2018 that Gene Simmons would be putting his tongue away for good after one last tour.

That last tour, dubbed "End of the Road" will rock El Paso on Monday, March 9, 2020. Venue and ticket information for the just announced date has not been released as of this posting.

In an interview with Billboard, Paul Stanely says to expect a night of all the hits you know and love.

“For all the audience saying ‘Will you play a deep cut?’ Why? We have ‘Detroit Rock City,’ ‘Love Gun,’ ‘Rock and Roll All Night,’ “Shout Out Loud,’ ‘Firehouse,’ ‘Hotter Than Hell,’ and the list goes on and on,” Stanley told the magazine in 2018. “There isn’t room for some obscure song. Songs that are obscure are obscure for a reason.”