Ozzy Orbourne is set to embark on a farewell tour with his two bandmates beginning January next year.
Sep 4, 2015
AceShowbiz - Black Sabbath is closing the final chapter in their career. The heavy metal band announces a farewell tour. "When this tour concludes, it will truly be the end, the end of one of the most legendary bands in rock & roll history," they say.
The tour appropriately dubbed "The End" is scheduled to kick off in North America starting January 2016. After completing the U.S. leg, they will head to Australia and New Zealand for a series of concerts in April. More dates are expected to be announced later.
Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, and Geezer Butler are set to reunite for this upcoming final road trip. Drummer Bill Ward, however, is not among the lineup. "I wish them well, and I have no further comment," he tells Rolling Stone in the wake of the tour announcement.
North American Dates:
Jan 20 - Omaha, NE at CenturyLink Center
Jan 22 - Chicago, IL at United Center
Jan 25 - Minneapolis, MN at Target Center
Jan 28 - Saskatoon, SK at Sasktel Centre
Jan 30 - Edmonton, AB at Rexall Centre
Feb 1 - Calgary, ON at Scotiabank Saddledome
Feb 3 - Vancouver, BC at Rogers Arena
Feb 6 - Tacoma, WA at Tacoma Dome
Feb 9 - San Jose, CA at SAP Center
Feb 11 - Los Angeles, CA at The Forum
Feb 13 - Las Vegas, NV at Mandalay Bay Events Center
Feb 15 - Denver, CO at Pepsi Center
Feb 17 - Kansas City, MO at Sprint Center
Feb 19 - Detroit, MI at The Palace of Auburn Hills
Feb 21 - Hamilton, ON at FirstOntario Centre
Feb 23 - Montreal, QB at Bell Centre
Feb 25 - New York City, NY at Madison Square Garden