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Thursday night’s KISS concert in the Star Lake Pavilion was canceled after frontman Paul Stanley loudly had tested positive for Covid in a post on the band’s website.
“Everyone on the entire tour, both the band and the crew, are fully vaccinated,” the post says. “The band and their crew operated independently in a bladder to protect everyone as much as possible during each show and between shows. The tour also has a full-time covid safety log officer who makes sure everyone is strictly following all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. ”There were rumors on social media that Stanley may have been hospitalized after suffering from some kind of heart problem.
“PEOPLE,” he wrote with several exclamation marks. “I’m fine! I’m not in intensive care! My heart allows me to ride my bike 26 miles a day! I don’t know where that came from, but it’s utter nonsense.”
PEOPLE !!! Me I’m fine! I’m not in intensive care! My heart allows me to ride my bike 26 miles a day! I don’t know where this is coming from, but it’s utter nonsense.
The venue officials posted on Twitter just before 7:30 p.m. Clock, what the beginning of the concert should be so that the show will be “postponed”.
All tickets already purchased will be taken into account for the new date, which will be announced.
KISS will be in the pavilion at Star Lake Postponed. All tickets already purchased will be considered after the new date is announced. Further information will be emailed directly to ticket holders. pic.twitter.com/uU3ZZ5qg5p
Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune Review employee. You can Michael at 412-87 1-2367, [email protected] or via Twitter.
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