Black Sabbath Live In Concert

Updated: September 23, 2015
black sabbath live in concert

The End is Coming! Black Sabbath live in concert for the last time!

It all began with an album.

An album that forever changed the face of the music industry. An album that was highly prosperous despite receiving virtually no airplay or critical attention. An album that defined a genre the likes of which had never been experienced before.

Released in September 1970, Black Sabbath’s Paranoid was merciless in its defiance of social norms and mainstream appeal. Arguably the most quintessential album in rock history, this masterpiece introduced the world to heavy metal, and transformed Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, and Geezer Butler into legends. The timeless record, which sold over four million copies in the U.S., was pure metal perfection, and still resonates among hardcore music aficionados today.

Since the release of Paranoid, Black Sabbath have continued to embody the veritable essence of heavy metal. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees have sold over 70 million albums worldwide, and have inspired beloved bands such as Metallica, Nirvana, Judas Priest, Guns N’ Roses, and Foo Fighters. These pioneers and innovators continue to defy expectation, and have proven time and again that stellar guitar riffs and horror-inspired lyrics possess endurance and perseverance.

But all good things (or, in this case, enchantingly bad things) must come to an end.

After 19 studio albums, the Kings of Heavy Metal are finally ready to take off their crown and give up their throne. However, as is custom with the band, Black Sabbath will be going out with a bang! The metal icons will be embarking on an explosive tour that will take them to venues such as Montreal’s Bell Centre, Edmonton’s Rexall Place, Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome, Vancouver’s Rogers Arena, and Hamilton’s First Ontario Centre.

Seeing Black Sabbath live in concert for the last time is an event that will allow both the band and its dedicated fans to bask in the music, experiences, and memories of a phenomenon that helped shape a generation, one last time. You are cordially invited to a glorious celebration of sound, individuality, and sweet madness that is not to be missed by any means!