The 47-year rock band KISS has just updated its social media accounts and stated that they forced to postpone their upcoming European dates of the End of the Road world tour due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Like many shows and festivals had been canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, KISS has also announced that they postponed the summer European show dates for the safety of the band’s fans and the crew who works for it.

KISS took to his social media to announce the news. They posted the following letter for it:

“We are postponing all the remaining European dates of the #EndOfTheRoad tour that were set to take place through June and July 2020. We’ll continue monitoring the global situation and will reschedule the dates as soon as possible.

“Ticket holders can hold on to existing tickets for rescheduled dates or contact ticket outlets for options.”

KISS’s legendary members have also commented on the situation of the tour dates and warned fans to stay safe.

“We will be back as soon as possible, and in the meantime we want to say to the KISS ARMY in Europe stay safe,” Paul Stanley said.

Gene Simmons added: “To all our European fans, stay healthy and we will be back rocking you all very soon.”

Here’s the statement they shared: