BLACK SABBATH: Helsinki Show Confirmed

The original lineup of BLACK SABBATHOzzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward — have confimed a headlining date at the 12,000-capacity Hartwall Arena in Helsinki, Finland on Tuesday, July 5. Tickets go on sale March 7 and are priced at 51 and 56 euros. The group's European itinerary is now shaping up as follows:

Jun. 09 – Dortmund, GER @ Westfalenhalle 1
Jun. 11 - Derbyshire, UK @ Donington Park (Download)
Jun. 14 – Leipzig, GER @ Arena Leipzig
Jun. 16 – München, GER @ Olympiahalle
Jun. 18 - Nijmegen, NETH @ Fields of Rock Festival
Jun. 20 - Vienna, AUT @ Wiener Stadthalle
Jun. 23 – Sofia, BUL @ Arena Music Festival
Jun. 25 – Athens, GRE @ Rockwave Festival
Jul. 01 - Roskilde, DEN @ Roskilde Festival
Jul. 03 - Stockholm, SWE @ Globen
Jul. 05 – Helsinki, FIN @ Hartwall Arena
Jul. 07 – Oslo, NOR @ Oslo Spektrum
Jul. 09 – Bergen, NOR @ Koengen


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