KISS member Paul Stanley tests positive for COVID-19, leads to last-minute launch of Star Lake-WPXI

BURGETTSTOWN, Pa. Confusion and frustration are reported at The Pavilion at Star Lake as KISS fans flocked to the venue to watch the band take the stage.

Callers have told Channel 11 that the gates should open at 18:00, but they were closed and there was no one there.

LiveNation’s website simply had a banner saying the show was scheduled. Calls to both LiveNation and Star Lake went unanswered.

Around. At 7:30 p.m., a message on social media from Star Lake said the show will be scheduled.

According to our partners at, state police said they received information that the event was canceled at the Burgettstown concert venue.

It was initially unclear what led to the cancellation of the shows. A message later sent to the band’s website said Paul Stanley tested positive for COVID-19.

“The KISS show at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, PA has unfortunately been postponed because of Paul Stanley, who tested positive for COVID. More information on show dates will be made available ASAP. Everyone on the entire trip, both band and crew, is fully vaccinated. The band and their crew have operated in a bubble independently of each other to protect everyone as much as possible at each show and between shows. The tour also has a COVID security protocol officer on staff full time, ensuring that everyone follows all CDC guidelines closely “

Rumors flew that Stanley was having a heart attack. He removed them on his Twitter account.

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