||Kiss played most of their club shows at the Daisy in Amityville, Long Island and the Coventry in Queens, Americana Amusement Park Ohio, Not counting as an actual Kiss tour.
||Hotter Than Hell Tour
||The tour ended abruptly so Kiss could record their third album, Dressed to Kill.
||Dressed to Kill Tour
||Five shows were recorded for later inclusion on the group's breakthrough album, Alive!.
||The group's first headlining tour.
||Kiss plays Anaheim Stadium, playing to 42,000 people, the biggest US crowd the band has played to.
||Rock & Roll Over Tour
||Kiss plays Japan for first time, playing four sold out nights at Tokyo's Budokan Arena, breaking the previous attendance record held by the Beatles. On February 18, 1977, Kiss plays their first gig at Madison Square Garden in their hometown of New York City.
||Love Gun Tour
||The three Los Angeles shows were recorded for Alive II.
||Alive II Tour
||Kiss played five sold-out shows at Budokan, breaking the record of four held by themselves just one year earlier.
||Last tour of the original lineup until 1996. Several cancellations were caused by Criss' drug habit as well as low ticket sales.
||First tour featuring new drummer Eric Carr, and last with lead guitarist Ace Frehley; only one U.S. performance. KISS plays in Europe and Australia for the first time.
||Creatures of the Night Tour/10th Anniversary Tour
||First tour with new lead guitarist Vinnie Vincent, and last Kiss tour in makeup until 1996. Poor ticket sales for North American Leg.
||Lick It Up World Tour
||Vinnie Vincent dismissed from Kiss at the conclusion of the tour. The Lick it Up World Tour is the first tour without makeup.
||Animalize World Tour
||New lead guitarist Mark St. John fired from Kiss during the tour and replaced by Bruce Kulick for most shows.
||This was the first Kiss tour since 1979 to remain exclusively inside North America.
||Crazy Nights World Tour
||Kiss added an offstage keyboardist, Gary Corbett, but he only travelled with the band on occasion due to budget constraints.
||Hot in The Shade Tour
||Last tour with Eric Carr, who died on November 24, 1991.
||First tour with new drummer Eric Singer.
||Kiss My Ass Tour
||Toured South America as headliners on the touring Monsters of Rock festival. Also returned to Japan and Australia. Plays few shows in North America.
||First tour of the group's original lineup since 1979.
||Psycho Circus Tour
||The band introduced 3-D visuals as part of the stage show.
||Kiss Farewell Tour
||Peter Criss left the band in early 2001 due to failed contractual negotiations, and was replaced by Eric Singer for the remainder of the tour.
||World Domination Tour
||Kiss co-headlined with Aerosmith. Peter Criss returned to the band for the tour, but Ace Frehley bowed out and was replaced by Tommy Thayer.
||Rock the Nation World Tour
||Criss, whose contract had expired, was again replaced by Eric Singer. Two shows filmed for the concert DVD Rock the Nation Live!.
||Rising Sun Tour
||Kiss does 4 shows in Japan, one including the Udo Music Festival and 3 shows in USA.
||Hit 'N Run Tour
||"All American Man" performed live for the first time ever due to winning an online vote on KISS's official website. Band plays without Paul Stanley on last date of the tour due to Stanley suffering from a rapid heartbeat before the show.
||Alive 35 World Tour
||Celebrating the band's 35th anniversary. Kiss' first major tour since 2004, first time to tour Europe and South America since 1999. First time to Canada since 2000.
||Sonic Boom Over Europe Tour
||Kiss' first arena shows in the United Kingdom since 1998.
||The Hottest Show on Earth Tour
||Kiss' first amphitheater shows in North America since 2004's Rock the Nation Tour.
||Kiss co-headlined with Mötley Crüe.
||Monster World Tour
||Kiss kicked off their Monster World Tour on November 7, 2012 in Buenos Aires. They played 5 legs 1. South America 2. Australia 3. Europe 4. North America 5. Asia.
||The KISS 40th Anniversary World Tour
||Celebrating the bands 40th Anniversary. The first 42 shows were co-headlining shows with Def Leppard.
||Freedom to Rock Tour
||Kiss' primary goal with this tour was to play for fans in areas of the USA which they haven't visited in many years (if ever).
|February 21, 1974
||Aquarius Theater – Los Angeles
||The band made their first TV appearance, taping a performance for Dick Clark's In Concert.
|October 9, 1975
||Cadillac High School – Cadillac
||At the invitation of the Cadillac High School football team, Kiss played a highly publicized concert.
|May 13, 1976
||Free Trade Hall - Manchester
||First show outside North America.
|August 20, 1976
||Anaheim Stadium – Anaheim
||Kiss played to a crowd of 42,987, the largest American audience of the band's career.
|December 12, 1976
||Lakeland Civic Center – Lakeland
||Ace Frehley was nearly electrocuted after touching an ungrounded metal railing. He returned 30 minutes later to finish the show. The incident was the inspiration for the 1977 Kiss song "Shock Me."
|February 18, 1977
||Madison Square Garden – New York City
||Kiss played a sold-out headlining show at Madison Square Garden. The concert was billed by manager Bill Aucoin as a "triumphant return of the conquering heroes."
|May 18, 1978
||Magic Mountain – Valencia
||Kiss filmed their performance for inclusion in the TV movie Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park.
|December 16, 1979
||Toledo Sports Arena – Toledo
||Last show and tour with Peter Criss until the Reunion Tour in 1996
|July 25, 1980
||The Palladium - New York City
||First show with Eric Carr.
|December 3, 1980
||Western Springs Stadium - Auckland
||Last show and tour with Ace Frehley until the Reunion Tour in 1996, although Frehley's official departure was in 1982.
|January 15, 1982
||During a lip synched performance of "I" from Studio 54, broadcast via satellite to the Sanremo Festival in Italy, the band perform as a trio for the first time, due to the absence of Ace Frehley.
|December 29, 1982
||Bismarck Civic Center - Bismarck
||First show with Vinnie Vincent.
|June 18, 1983
||Estádio do Maracanã – Rio de Janeiro
||The band played to the largest crowd of their career – 200,000.
|October 11, 1983
||Pavilhão de Cascais – Lisboa
||First concert without makeup.
|March 17, 1984
||Roberts Municipal Stadium - Evansville
||Last show with Vinnie Vincent.
|December 8, 1984
||Cobo Hall - Detroit
||First show with Bruce Kulick as an official member, after replacing Mark St. John for several concerts, due to his Reiter's Syndrome. This show was also recorded for the Animalize Live Uncensored home video.
|August 20, 1988
||Donington Park – Castle Donington
||Largest British crowd of their career - 107,000.
|November 9, 1990
||Madison Square Garden - New York City
||Last show with Eric Carr.
|April 24, 1992
||The Stone - San Francisco
||First club show with Eric Singer.
|October 1, 1992
||Stabler Arena - Allentown
||First US arena show with Eric Singer.
|September 8, 1994
||Palacio de los Deportes - Mexico City
||First show in Mexico.
|February 13, 1995
||Sydney Entertainment Centre - Sydney
||Last arena show with Bruce Kulick and Eric Singer. Last arena show without makeup.
|August 9, 1995
||Sony Studios – New York City
||At a taping for MTV Unplugged, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss performed with the band. It was the first public performance by the original lineup since December 16, 1979. This show was also the last public performance with Bruce Kulick, and the last with Eric Singer until 2001. Last public performance without makeup to date.
|June 15, 1996
||Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre - Irvine
||Warm up show of the Alive/Worldwide tour featuring Ace Frehley and Peter Criss in full makeup, for the first time since 1979.
|June 28, 1996
||Tiger Stadium (Detroit) - Detroit
||Official first show of the Alive/Worldwide tour in front of 39,867 fans.
|January 22, 1997
||Osaka Castle Hall - Osaka
||Simmons loses his voice, Stanley and Frehley take over vocals for most of Simmons' songs
|April 5, 1997
||Columbus Civic Center - Columbus
||Peter Criss is unable to perform due to severe pains in his arms, replaced by drum tech Ed Kanon.
|January 31, 1999
||Super Bowl XXXIII – Miami
||The group performed during the pregame festivities to an international audience of over 800 million TV viewers.
|October 7, 2000
||North Charleston Coliseum - North Charleston
||Last show with Peter Criss until 2003.
|March 9, 2001
||Yokohama Arena - Yokohama
||Eric Singer replaces Peter Criss.
|April 13, 2001
||Carrara Stadium - Gold Coast
||Last arena show with Ace Frehley.
|February 24, 2002
||2002 Winter Olympics – Salt Lake City
||Kiss played "Rock and Roll All Nite" at the closing ceremonies to the biggest internationally televised audience of their career, more than 3 million people. Last public performance with Ace Frehley to date.
|February 28, 2003
||Telstra Dome - Melbourne
||Alive IV: Symphony. First show with Tommy Thayer.
|December 20, 2003
||Save Mart Center - Frenso
||Last show with Peter Criss to date, being replaced again by Eric Singer.
|July 27, 2007
||Soboba Casino Arena - San Jacinto
||Paul Stanley forced out of show due to rapid heart beat. Simmons, Eric Singer, and Thayer perform as a trio for the second time in Kiss' history.
|April 11, 2009
||First concert - Bogotá
||Kiss plays their first concert in Colombia.
|April 14, 2009
||First concert - Lima
||Kiss plays their first concert in Perú in front of 40,000 people.
|July 16, 2009
||Plains of Abraham - Quebec
||Kiss played in front of the biggest Canadian crowd of 90,000.
|April 12, 2015
||First concert - Ecuador
||Kiss plays their first concert in Quito-Ecuador.