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Black Sabbath Playing Final U.S. Concerts Next Week

11/03/2016
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Black Sabbath

Metal legends Black Sabbath will be playing the final three U.S. shows of their five decade career next week as they embark on the last dates of their farewell tour.

They will be performing at BOK Center in Tulsa, OK on November 8th, Toyota Center in Houston, TX on the 10th and their very last U.S. show on November 12th at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, TX.

Following the farewell shows stateside they will play shows in Mexico and South American to end the year and in January they will kick off the final leg of their "The End" tour with dates in Germany and various UK cities before their hometown farewell shows on February 2nd and 4th at the Genting Arena in Birmingham, England.

Black Sabbath's final tour dates:
11/8 - Tulsa, OK - BOK Center
11/10 - Houston, TX - Toyota Center
11/12 - San Antonio, TX - AT&T Center
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11/16 - Mexico City, Mexico - Foro Sol
11/19 - Santiago, Chile - Estadio Nacional
11/22 - Asuncion, Paraguay - Jockey Club
11/24 - Cordoba, Argentina - Orfeo
11/26 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Velez
11/30 - Curitiba, Brazil - Pedreira Paulo Leminski
12/2 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Apoteose
12/4 - Sao Paulo, Brazil - Estadio Morumbi
1/17 - Cologne, Germany - Lanxess Arena
1/20 - Dublin, Ireland - 3 Arena
1/22 - Manchester, UK - Manchester Arena
1/24 - Glasgow, UK - The SSE Hydro
1/26 - Leeds, UK - First Direct Arena
1/29 - London, UK - The O2
1/31 - London, UK - The O2
2/2 - Birmingham, UK - Genting Arena
2/4 - Birmingham, UK - Genting Arena

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