Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth will join Kiss as an opener during the North American leg of the 2020 'End of the Road" tour, according to the Live Nation app.
While it has not yet been confirmed nor officially announced that Roth is the opening act for the Kiss shows, his name appears in searches for the upcoming Kiss shows, as reported by rock podcast host Mitch Lafon.
Further ticket advertisements on the Live Nation app suggest that Roth will be providing support during Kiss' 2020 dates. It remains unclear the exact dates Roth will join as an opener.
The vocalist is scheduled for a series of Vegas residences during January and March, but they coincidentally don't interfere with the 2020 Kiss tour dates.
Kiss' farewell tour kicks off on February 1, 2020 in Manchester, New Hampshire, USA, wrapping in Biloxi, Mississippi on March 15.
With Van Halen having been in hiatus since its last US tour in 2015 and the Diamond Dave's confession a couple months back that "Van Halen is finished," this may be a rare opportunity to see the band's hits performed live. Tickets are available for purchase here.
Stay tuned for an official confirmation and the latest updates on the dates Roth will appear with Kiss on tour.