After closing Black Sabbath’s farewell tour in the band’s hometown of Birmingham, England in February, Ozzy Osbourne has announced dates for his farewell solo tour, which is expected to run into 2020. After five decades, 18,262 days, more than 2,500 shows Ozzy will begin the farewell tour with Zack Wylde on guitars, Tommy Clufetos on drums and Adam Wakeman on keyboards.
This announcement comes just months after Black Sabbath completed their “The End” tour, capping off a legendary career with packed arena gigs.
Osbourne said in a statement. “People keep asking me when I’m retiring. This will be my final world tour, but I can’t say I won’t do some shows here and there. People still want to see me, so what’s there to retire from?”
The first batch of cities (with some venues) have been revealed for May 2018 with a run of Mexico and South American shows before hitting Russia and Europe in June and July.
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