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Black Sabbath Tour Schedule
Black Sabbath will hit the road for the last time in 2016!! The greatest heavy metal band of all time will embark on a final worldwide tour taking them to locations across North America and Europe. Fans will have the chance to say goodbye to Ozzy and the band but tickets are selling fast which is why you will want to secure your Black Sabbath tickets now. Don't miss the Black Sabbath farewell tour. Be there in person! Buy your Black Sabbath tickets today!
Ozzy, Tony and Geezer will close the book on an unbelievable run and say goodbye to their loyal fans one last time. The 2016 Black Sabbath farewell tour, The End, promises to surpass all previous tours with the most impressive concert production the band has ever put on. Rival Sons will be the opening act for all shows. There is a limited number of Black Sabbath concerts so don’t miss Black Sabbath when they perform in a city near you!
The Black Sabbath farewell tour will kick off the North American leg starting January 20th, 2016 in Omaha, NE at the CenturyLink Centre. Black Sabbath will make stops across the United States in Chicago at the United Center, San Jose at the SAP Center, Los Angeles, Auburn Hills, Tacoma and much more! Black Sabbath will also perform several shows in Canada including Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Bell Centre in Montreal and Rexall Centre in Edmonton. Black Sabbath will finish the North American dates in New York City at the famous Madison Square Garden (MSG) on February 25th. Ozzy and the rest of the band promise to deliver a world class show. Be there to hear all your favorite Black Sabbath hits like "Paranoid" "War Pigs" and "Iron Man!"
For fans looking for a great Valentine’s date, Black Sabbath will be performing at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on February 13th and the Pepsi Center in Denver on February 15th!
Ozzy Osbourne and Tony Iommi have announced this will be the final tour for the legendary rock band and you don’t want to miss the epic farewell. The tour comes right after the band released their first studio album (Never Say Die) in over 30 years. Black Sabbath tickets are selling fast, so check out the 2016 Black Sabbath tour schedule, find your seats, and buy your tickets today!
About Black Sabbath
Led Zepplin. Deep Purple. Black Sabbath. Together these three bands laid the groundwork for the sound that would eventually come to be known as heavy metal. Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi and Bill Ward changed the face of rock forever with their groundbreaking self-titled debut, and the horror film-influenced first single Evil Woman, which were released to the world on Friday the 13th ,1970.
In an interview, guitarist Tony Iommi explained that the band had one day to record the album which they essentially played live with Ozzy singing lead in a separate room. Only an immensely talented group of individuals could attempt to record under those conditions and very few, if any, have ever done so and come away with a game-changing album. On their second album they literally wrote the single Paranoid in the studio and hashed out the heavy metal classic that would go on to influence countless angry teenagers in under 30 minutes. That album also yielded the stone-cold classic Iron Man.
During this period Black Sabbath tour dates piled up and Black Sabbath tickets sold out in the blink of an eye. While recording their third album, Master of Reality, the band were given the keys to the studio and a briefcase full of party supplies to dream up their next opus. Alcohol and drug abuse drove Ozzy out of the band, until now. Rumors of the new Black Sabbath album surfaced followed by another round of Black Sabbath concerts!