Black Sabbath confirm UK farewell tour dates
The legendary rockers Black Sabbath have confirmed UK and Irish dates on their The End tour, which will be their final farewell to fans.
Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler will mark the end of their extraordinary career in January and February with shows in the UK and Ireland. Tickets will go on general sale on Friday 17 June.
Hailing from England, Black Sabbath’s eight UK and Irish tour dates will be their last ever shows they play as the band.
The tour includes two shows in London as well as two concerts in their hometown of Birmingham, where their final ever tour will end. Expect powerful, poignant gigs when Black Sabbath roll into Birmingham.
Along with their dates in Birmingham and London, Black Sabbath will visit Manchester, Glasgow and Leeds during January 2017.
Black Sabbath tour dates
- 3Arena, Dublin (20)
- Manchester Arena (22)
- The SSE Hydro, Glasgow (24)
- First Direct Arena, Leeds (26)
- The O2, London (29, 31)
- Genting Arena, Birmingham (2, 4)
Black Sabbath – The End
As one of rock’s greatest forces, Black Sabbath formed almost five decades ago. Their incredible riffs and louder than loud sound saw them become the stuff of legend.
Black Sabbath’s The End tour has already visited Europe where the band has earned great reviews for their incredible production, which tops anything they’ve done before.
The End is the final time fans will get to see the group live and it is set to be a once in a lifetime moment for anyone in attendance.
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