KISS members part ways at their last show, but their virtual personas will continue to tour.

– KISS concluded their "End of the Road" tour with a final concert at Madison Square Garden, marking the end of their 50-year touring career.

– Founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, along with guitarist Tommy Thayer and drummer Eric Singer, performed classic tracks like "I Love It Loud" and "Beth."

– After leaving the stage, the band's digital avatars took over, performing "God Gave Rock And Roll To You."

– A video on the official YouTube channel showcased the making of the avatars, created in partnership with Pophouse Entertainment Group using motion-capture suits.

– KISS is the first US band to adopt digital avatars, created by Industrial Light & Magic, George Lucas-founded visual effects company.

– Frontman Paul Stanley emphasized the band's legacy, stating, "The band deserves to live on because the band is bigger than we are."

– Pophouse Entertainment Group mentioned that KISS will continue to perform digitally for "decades to come," ensuring their immortalization.

– KISS joins ABBA in using digital avatars for performances, with Pophouse having worked with both bands, along with Avicii and Swedish House Mafia.

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