Not exactly The End: ​Ozzy Osbourne announces 2-year farewell worldwide tour

Not exactly The End: Ozzy Osbourne announces 2-year farewell worldwide tour

The British rock singer Ozzy Osbourne has announced farewell world tour, which will start in 2018 and end in 2020. After the tour, the musician is reported to continue to perform select live shows. This became known from the post on Ozzy's official Facebook page.

"Five decades. 18,262 days. More than 2,500 shows.

On his upcoming farewell world tour, OZZY OSBOURNE--Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy winning singer and songwriter--will celebrate more than five decades as a performer (both as a solo artist and as lead singer of Black Sabbath which formed in 1968). This tour, expected to take OZZY around the world with dates into 2020, will mark the end of global touring for the legendary artist, though he will continue to perform select live shows.

"People keep asking me when I'm retiring," OZZY says. "This will be my final world tour, but I can't say I won't do some shows here and there."

The tour will kick off in 2018 with a show in Mexico, before heading to South America for OZZY solo shows in three countries. Next up, a six-week European leg of headlining solo dates and festival performances that's set to launch Friday, June 1, 2018 in Moscow, Russia The beloved rock icon will subsequently headline a North American concert tour produced by Live Nation, details of which will be revealed in 2018".

On February 4, 2017, Black Sabbath, including three original members — Ozzy Osbourne on vocals, Tony Iommi on guitar, and Geezer Butler on bass, played its last concert as a part of The End's farewell tour. Later, on September 28, a one night only screening event of Black Sabbath’s documentary live film "Black Sabbath: The End Of The End", dedicated to this performance, took place in more than 1500 cinemas around the world.