Get the Details on Black Sabbath's Last Show Ever

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Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath performs in December 1997.

It’s too bad you will probably have to travel a long way to see it.

Back in Sept. 2014, Ozzy Osbourne announced Black Sabbath would be releasing its final album this year. Now, Black Sabbath has made plans for its last show, too.

Black Sabbath will play its final show on Nov. 22, headlining the second day of Ozzfest at Japan’s Makuhari Messe venue, outside Tokyo.

Sabbath’s lineup will include Osbourne, guitarist Tony Iommi and bassist Geezer Butler, but not drummer Bill Ward, though Ozzy has stated he hopes the original member rejoins for the last tour.

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Tickets and other details are available on Ozzfest Japan’s official site.

Korn will headline the first day of the Japanese Ozzfest edition, on Nov. 21.

Osbourne, now 66 years old, announced last year that Black Sabbath would begin working on its final studio album with producer Rick Rubin in early 2015. The legendary frontman plans to continue his solo career following Sabbath's last hurrah.