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Black Sabbath formed 45 years ago in Birmingham, England, and they rock just as hard today as they did back then. Amazingly, the band has only taken one significant hiatus over the years. Ozzy Osbourne has been on and off the scene, taking a long break in the early Eighties, and for many fans is the only true singer for the band – the face behind all those bat-eating rumors. Whether it includes a vampire or not, Black Sabbath’s latest reunion tour in the U.S. includes 20 shows and will likely be the last in the band’s storied history. Black Sabbath Tickets are on sale now! Get Black Sabbath tickets from Razorgator today. We have Black Sabbath schedule and tickets available! Find the best seats for Black Sabbath.

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Date Event Location
WedAug 177:30 PM Black Sabbath Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre
Wantagh, NY
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FriAug 198:00 PM Black Sabbath BB&T Pavilion
Camden, NJ
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TueAug 237:30 PM Black Sabbath PNC Bank Arts Center
Holmdel, NJ
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Date Event Location
Wed Aug 17 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre
Wantagh, NY
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Fri Aug 19 8:00 PM Black Sabbath BB&T Pavilion
Camden, NJ
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Sun Aug 21 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Jiffy Lube Live
Bristow, VA
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Tue Aug 23 7:30 PM Black Sabbath PNC Bank Arts Center
Holmdel, NJ
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Thu Aug 25 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Xfinity Center-MA
Mansfield, MA
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Sat Aug 27 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Mohegan Sun Arena-CT
Uncasville, CT
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Mon Aug 29 7:00 PM Black Sabbath Molson Amphitheatre
Toronto, ON
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Wed Aug 31 7:30 PM Black Sabbath DTE Energy Music Theatre
Clarkston, MI
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Fri Sep 02 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Klipsch Music Center
Noblesville, IN
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Sun Sep 04 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre-IL
Tinley Park, IL
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Wed Sep 07 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Gexa Energy Pavilion
Dallas, TX
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Fri Sep 09 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Isleta Amphitheater
Albuquerque, NM
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Sun Sep 11 7:30 PM Black Sabbath USANA Amphitheatre
Salt Lake City, UT
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Tue Sep 13 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
Ridgefield, WA
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Thu Sep 15 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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Sat Sep 17 7:30 PM Black Sabbath MGM Grand Garden Arena
Las Vegas, NV
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Mon Sep 19 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, CA
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Wed Sep 21 7:30 PM Black Sabbath Ak-Chin Pavilion
Phoenix, AZ
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Black Sabbath 2016 The End Tour

Black Sabbath had to postpone three Canadian shows recently due to Ozzy Osbourne contacting bronchitis and sinusitis. It did not keep him down for long, and the legend is back on stage. They announced the new dates for these postponed concerts. On March 2, they will play in Edmonton at the Rexall Place. Calgary fans can see them on March 4 at the Scotiabank Saddledome and on March 7 they'll head to Vancouver to perform at Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena. Those who have previously purchased tickets do not need to re-purchase or exchange tickets.
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If you don't have your tickets to these or any other dates on the tour, you still have a chance to grab tickets for prices starting at $48.

2/1/16 - Iconic singer for Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, is finally starting to feel better after an illness sidelined the band for several days, forcing them to postpone a number of scheduled shows. Osbourne was battling a severe case of sinusitis that left him unable to perform at the band’s Saskatchewan, Edmonton, Calgary, and Vancouver gigs. The singer says he is feeling much better and has full plans to reschedule each of the postponed shows. It’s clear that Ozzy still has a lot of fight left in him after all these years, so be sure to come support him and the rest of the guys at their next show on February 9.

1/25/16 - So much for their self-proclaimed “The End” Tour! Ozzy Osbourne and the rest of hard rockers Black Sabbath, including bassist Geezer Butler, say they may record yet another album following the conclusion of their supposed final tour. They had originally planned to release a record while simultaneously touring, but Butler wasn’t up for it. The bassist now says he is totally on board, and the band already seems to have written a wealth of new material. All is sure to be revealed in the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can catch the guys at their next stop in North York, ON. Tickets to the Saturday event start at $45.

1/18/16 - Were you there for it? Ozzy Osbourne and the rest of Black Sabbath kicked off their The End Tour last night in Omaha, NE! Their set list was an epic ensemble of decades of hits, and they kicked off the show with the appropriate self-titled hit. Perhaps surprising to some fans was the lack of one classic favorite, “Mr. Crowley.” Less surprising was Sabbath’s unforgettable closing performance of the song, “Paranoid.” Even though Osbourne is now 67 years old, he is still able to wail with the best of them. Catch them at their next show tomorrow night at United Center in Chicago, IL. Tickets currently start at $95 and up.

1/11/16 - Ozzy Osbourne and the rest of Black Sabbath are showing no signs of slowing down in 2016. In fact, they’ll be heading back out on tour starting just next week! The opening show will take place next Wednesday, January 20, at CenturyLink Center in Omaha, NE. Tickets are already on sale and can be purchased for as little as $35. In the meantime, don’t miss the four previously unreleased songs that Sabbath plans to drop on their upcoming The End compilation. The band has stated that this tour will in fact be their last, so you won’t want to miss your chance to see Ozzy and the rest of these living legends live.

12/23/15 - Black Sabbath band member Tony Iommi showed that he does in fact have a light-hearted, charitable side. Over the weekend, Iommi served as a supporting actor for a Chrimstas-themed charity song put on by footballers James Milner and Styiliyan Petrov. All hail from Birmingham, U.K., with Iommi coming from the Midlands and Petrov and Milner coming from Aston Villa. You can see the Sabbath front man in the video, wrapping up a Christmas star, and you can catch the rest of the group live when their final tour kicks off on January 20. Tickets to the opening show in Omaha, NE are currently available for just $48 and up – act fast!

2015 The End Tour

12/14/15 - Recently Ozzy Osbourne gave Black Sabbath fans a hint at what they can expect at one of the band’s final shows. It’s clear that he intends to give the audience the exact concert experience they want, stating that he wants to “end on a high note.” He also commented that fans simply are not “interested in hearing new stuff,” indicating that you can also expect to hear many, if not most, of your favorite Sabbath songs as a part of their last tour as a band. The beginning of “The End” is just over a month away, but you shouldn’t wait nearly that long to get your tickets. Prices start at around $50 for the first week of shows.

12/7/15 - Black Sabbath has been upfront about the fact that their current tour, The End Tour, will be their last. One member of the band, however, isn’t quite ready to retire just yet. It should come as no surprise who, because that rocker is none other than front man Ozzy Osbourne. The aging rock start was recently cited saying, although he doesn’t think people are interested in the newest Sabbath album and the rest of the band is ready to call it quits, he has no plans to retire. Don’t miss your chance to see Ozzy along with the rest of the crew one last time. Tickets to the opening show start at $55.

11/30/15 - While fans are patiently waiting for Black Sabbath to commence their The End Tour next month, other musicians are busy creating their own versions of Sabbath classics. The band Stryper recently covered “After Forever” in their latest album, Fallen. This may come as a surprise to some fans on the band, but front man Michael Sweet says it was a natural choice. He says he and his band mates grew up listening to Sabbath and, although the song is admittedly not Sweet’s favorite, he connected immediately with the powerful lyrics. You can catch the real deal live in concert starting January 20 in Lincoln, NE. Tickets currently start at $56.

11/23/15 - Black Sabbath front man Ozzy Osbourne is known for many things. Some of his more famous actions throughout history have included biting the head off of a bat at a live concert, as well as his nearly indecipherable speech on the TV show The Osbournes. One thing he’s not usually known for, however, is his love of history. Ozzy Osbourne and his son, Jack, have a new show on The History Channel. In one of the upcoming episodes, the pair visits Roswell, NM and the International UFO Museum to learn about the government’s supposed involvement with extra-terrestrials on Earth. Catch Black Sabbath on tour starting Wednesday, January 20 in Omaha, NE.

11/16/15 - Back in the late 1960s and early ‘70s, there were lots of bands competing for record deals and attention from listeners. Bassist Geezer Butler recently commented that when he and the rest of Black Sabbath tried to gain footing in the industry, nobody really believed in their talent. “We thought we might get to do an album or two if we were lucky,” he states. Once their self-titled album was finally released, it only took a few weeks for Sabbath to become an international sensation. More than 40 years later, Geezer, Ozzy and the rest are still together, have recorded 19 records and are preparing to tour one final time. Check out the schedule and get tickets for a show near your hometown!

11/9/15 - If you, like thousands of others, are anxiously awaiting the return of Black Sabbath, then now may be the appropriate time to dive in to some of their lesser-known music. One record that many don’t often think about is also their most recent. 13 was released in 2013 after the band’s surprising reunion in 2011, 16 years after their infamous breakup. The tracks on this album, produced by Rick Rubin, are perfectly appropriate to the apocalyptic sound and iconic presence that is Black Sabbath. If you haven’t listened to it in a while, or have never taken the time to, check it out. It’s a great way to prepare for “The End,” which will kick off Jan. 20 in Omaha.

11/2/15 - Black Sabbath has recently announced that they are expanding their already massive tour due to popular demand. They have added 18 more shows to the list, including a Sept. 21, 2016 show at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California. Tickets for that show can be purchased now. Lawn general admission is available for $45, and assigned seating starts at around $70. Make your purchase today so that you don’t miss out on this final tour. Three of the four original founding members will for sure be in the lineup, but it remains unclear whether drummer Bill Ward will be there. He has been estranged from Ozzy, Tony and Geezer for some years.

10/26/15 - Black Sabbath fans got great news just over a year ago when Ozzy gave the news that he and the rest of the group would be recording a new album. A year later, devotees got even more excited when a huge 2016 tour was announced. Rolling Stone magazine is now reporting that the new record isn’t happening anymore in order to help Black Sabbath focus on getting ready for “The End” tour. Looks like fans will have to make do with the nearly 20 previous albums the heavy metal gods have released. Be sure to purchase your tickets for this epic tour today, as Ozzy has recently declared, “it’s the end of Sabbath, believe me.”

10/19/15 - Black Sabbath is gearing up for one final tour, so it seems as good a time as any to reminisce about the band’s heyday back in the ‘70s. It’s no secret that drugs were prevalent, but bassist Geezer Butler recently estimated that in 1972 they spent about $75,000 having drugs delivered by private plane. That was a real low point for Butler and the rest (except Ozzy) and soon after that, they started getting clean. Thankfully, they are over that phase of their lives and are currently getting ready for “The End” tour, which will begin in January. This is going to be a huge event, so be sure to check out the cities and dates and get your tickets ASAP!

10/14/15 - Although Ozzy Osbourne and the rest of the Black Sabbath crew will not be embarking on their highly anticipated tour for another several months, some band members are keeping busy in the meantime. Former drummer Vinny Appice is scheduled to appear in Cape Coral this week as part of a free drum clinic. Appice plans to discuss drumming techniques as well as share stories from his time with the band back in the early days. Because the event is free, no tickets are required. If you are interested, simply show up. You can catch the rest of Black Sabbath on tour starting January 20 in Omaha, NE at CenturyLink Center.

10/5/15 - Can you believe that the legendary band, Black Sabbath, has been together for nearly 45 years? They are still strumming the guitar strings and hitting the stage during their upcoming 2016 tour. The tour will consist of 20 different shows and starts in Omaha, NE at the CenturyLink Center. Even though Ozzy Osbourne has been on again, off again with the band, he will be joining them for this epic tour around the country. You don’t want to miss your chance to see them live, because this could possibly be the last tour of their career. Get your tickets today for the Omaha show starting at $57 each. Black Sabbath hits up a lot of other major cities around the country, so check out the nearest one to you.

9/28/15 - It’s hard to believe, but this week marks a staggering 37 years since Ozzy Osbourne and the rest of Black Sabbath released their final album of the 1970s, Never Say Die! It is a great feat for the band, as many suspected that they wouldn’t make it much longer than when the album was released to due heavy use of drugs and alcohol. In true Sabbath fashion, however, the band was able to bounce back and can now reflect on all the tough times they survived together. In fact, Osbourne and the rest of the guys are now scheduled to headline their first festival in many years: Belgium’s Graspop Metal Meeting.

9/21/15 - Although Black Sabbath fans already have enough to be excited about in 2016, fans in New York just got an extra bit of news to look forward to. Ozzy Osbourne and the rest of the rockers recently announced that they will add a second show in New York. They will now play at Madison Square Garden two nights with a day of rest in between. The first show takes place on Thursday, February 25 and the second takes place on Saturday, February 27. Tickets to the first of two shows start at $114. Tickets to the second show and final performance of the tour start at $94. If you want the experience of a lifetime, of course, you could pay as much as $2203 for the best seats in the house.

9/14/15 - All Black Sabbath fans need to sit down immediately for some huge news: they are going on tour one final time! “The End” will take Ozzy and the rest of the band across the world beginning in early 2016. The first leg of the heavy metal journey will take place in North America, with nearly 20 shows scheduled across the United States and Canada. While this is definitely great news, the tour is being titled “The End” for a reason. This is the last time that Black Sabbath will tour together. It all kicks off on Jan. 20 in Omaha, Nebraska, at the CenturyLink Center. Prices for this show currently start at just $59. Do not wait to get your tickets because this shows will sell out fast.

2014 Reunion Tour

11/19/13- In support of their No.1 comeback album, 13, Black Sabbath has been busy touring around the world in 2013, but fans will be happy to know that the group announced a string of North American tour dates in 2014! Starting off in Brooklyn, N.Y., at Barclays Center (Mar 31), the band will trek across Canada before closing out in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl (Apr 26). The veteran heavy-metal legends released 13 in June, and features lead singer Ozzy Osbourne’s vocals for the first time since 1978. His return means fans will get to hear hits like “Paranoid”, “Iron Man” and “Children of the Grave” on stage in true form! Black Sabbath faithfuls: don’t miss out on this reunion and get your tickets to finally see Ozzy rock out live!

As the 2013 Reunion Tour winds down, Black Sabbath fans hope this isn’t the legendary rockers’ last hurrah. After reuniting with the band for their recent 13 album, Ozzie Osbourne hopes estranged drummer Bill Ward will join fellow original band-members Tommy Iommi and Gezzer Butler to record new music. Released on 7/10, 13 is Sabbath’s first studio album with Ozzie in almost 35 years. The Prince of Darkness hopes his return will help metal fans forget his unflattering years as an MTV reality star.

Behind the first single “God is Dead?”, 13 became Black Sabbath’s first–ever #1 album on the US Billboard Charts. The album also passed Bob Dylan for the longest time between #1 singles on the UK Albums Chart. Their last UK #1 album Paranoid was released 42 years ago in 1970 and includes legendary rock anthem “Iron Man”. After decades of performing, bassist Butler has implies that the current Reunion Tour may be the band’s last.

While the majority of the North American leg is complete, some west coast fans still have a chance to see Sabbath live. The final North American show on the current tour and maybe ever comes on 9/3 at the L.A. Sports Arena. The Reunion Tour then makes its way to Latin America before concluding with a European Leg. The tour ends back where it all began in Burmingham, England, with two shows on 12/20 and 12/20 in what could be Black Sabbath’s grand finale.
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