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Black Sabbath’s Full North American 2013 Tour

01:01 PM Thursday 4/25/13 |   |

The four North American dates Black Sabbath announced last week were kind of a tease, huh? Well, how about 16 more gigs? That’s right, the English rockers have now confirmed a full 20-ctiy North American trek.

Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler kicked off the band’s first full-fledged world tour since 2005 last weekend with two nights in Auckland, New Zealand, at Vector Arena.

“The founding fathers of heavy metal marched confidently to the stage and showed Auckland how it’s done,” The New Zealand Herald wrote.

“Ozzy, at 64, jumped and stomped about the stage with passion and energy to burn. Could he still cut it? Yes, he could … Grinning and grinding alongside him were his equally venerable co-founders. Geezer Butler provided a masterclass for bass guitar geeks, and Tony Iommi’s gentlemanly presence was a fascinating counterpoint to the sledgehammer riffs he brought down again and again.”

  • Black Sabbath

    Lollapalooza, Grant Park, Chicago, Ill.
    August 3, 2012

    (John Davisson)

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After half a dozen more dates Down Under, Black Sabbath will take the stage at the inaugural Ozzfest Japan May 12.

And then the North American tour begins July 25 in Texas. Check out the new dates below:

July 25 – The Woodlands, Texas, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion     
July 27 – Austin, Texas, Frank Erwin Center     
July 29 – Tampa, Fla., Live Nation Amphitheatre     
July 31 – West Palm Beach, Fla., Cruzan Amphitheatre     
Aug. 2 – Bristow, Va., Jiffy Lube Live     
Aug. 6 – Clarkston, Mich., DTE Energy Music Theatre     
Aug. 8 – Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena     
Aug. 10 – Philadelphia, Pa., Wells Fargo Center     
Aug. 12 – Mansfield, Mass., Comcast Center     
Aug. 16 – Tinley Park, Ill., First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre     
Aug. 18 – Noblesville, Ind., Klipsch Music Center     
Aug. 22 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Rogers Arena     
Aug. 26 – Mountain View, Calif., Shoreline Amphitheatre     
Aug. 28 – Irvine, Calif., Verizon Wireless Amphitheater     
Aug. 30 – Phoenix, Ariz., US Airways Center     
Sept. 1 – Las Vegas, Nev., MGM Grand Garden Arena
 
To get access to the presale beginning May 2, you’ll want to log into Facebook and click here. Tickets for select dates go on sale to the general public beginning May 3.

VIP packages are also available at VIPNation.com

For more information visit BlackSabbath.com
 


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