It’s not every day that the legendary Black Sabbath start their first full UK tour in a very long time, but that’s exactly what is happening today! Ozzy, Tony and Geezer, plus drummer Tommy Clufetos begin the 2013 Black Sabbath UK Tour tonight at London’s O2 Arena. Support on the tour comes from UK doom metal act Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats. Tonight’s show is the first of seven dates across England, Northern Ireland and Scotland between now and the 22nd of December, where the tour wraps with the second of two shows in Sabbath’s home town of Birmingham. Black Sabbath are touring in support of their album “13”, which reached number one in the UK album charts upon it’s release back in June of this year. A review of 13 can be read here on this link. Full details and reminder of all the dates of the tour are below.
Black Sabbath December 2013 UK Tour Dates w/ Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
Tuesday 10th – London – The O2
Thursday 12th – Belfast – Odyssey Arena
Saturday 14th – Sheffield – Motorpoint Arena
Monday 16th – Glasgow – Hydro
Wednesday 18th – Manchester – Arena
Friday 20th – Birmingham – LG Arena (sold out)
Sunday 22nd – Birmingham – NIA Arena (extra show)
Very limited production seating tickets remain for tonight’s show at The O2 (visit this link for tickets). For all other shows except the first Birmingham show limited tickets may be available and we recommend checking with Live Nation, Ticketmaster or with the venues directly. Tickets are priced between £45 and £55 plus fees where there are any left. Rocksins will have a live review of tonight’s show at The O2 in the coming days so please check back for that as well as any other Black Sabbath related updates.