News: Black Sabbath Announce The End Tour 2016

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Well rockers, as you know, it had to happen sometime. Today, Black Sabbath announced their final tour. Bringing their nearly 50-year music career to a close, Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, and Geezer Butler — sadly, still no Bill Ward — will kick of their tour on January 20 in Omaha, NE at CenturyLink Center. So far there’ve been three months of shows scheduled, however more dates are expected to be announced in October. All ticketing information can be found here via LiveNation. The run as it stands can be seen below or in the video posted.

Black Sabbath Tour Dates: January 20 Omaha, NE—CenturyLink Center
January 22 Chicago, IL—United Center
January 25 Minneapolis, MN—Target Center
January 28 Saskatoon, SK—Sasktel Center
January 30 Edmonton, AB—Rexall Centre
February 1 Calgary, ON—Scotiabank Saddledome
February 3 Vancouver, BC—Rogers Arena
February 6 Tacoma, WA—Tacoma Dome
February 9 San Jose, CA—SAP Center
February 11 Los Angeles, CA—The Forum
February 13 Las Vegas, NV—Mandalay Bay Events Center
February 15 Denver, CO—Pepsi Center
February 17 Kansas City, MO—Sprint Center
February 19 Detroit, MI—The Palace of Auburn Hills
February 21 Hamilton, ON—FirstOntario Centre
February 23 Montreal, QB—Bell Centre
February 25 New York, NY—Madison Square Garden
April 15 Perth, AU—Perth Arena
April 17 Adelaide, AU—Entertainment Center
April 19 Melbourne, AU—Rod Laver Arena
April 23 Sydney, AU—Allphones Arena
April 25 Brisbane, AU—Entertainment Center
April 28 Auckland, NZ—Vector Arena
April 30 Dunedin, NZ—Forsyth Barr Stadium

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2 comments on “News: Black Sabbath Announce The End Tour 2016
  1. Very disappointing. Not one show in Cleveland, Columbus or Cincinnati Ohio, Not one show in Pittsburgh, Not one in Buffalo

    I hope that will be remedied when the additional dates are added

  2. Pingback: Ozzy Osbourne says no final album for Black Sabbath | Rocknuts

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