Fans can now purchase tickets to celebrate Black Sabbath's iconic legacy in the city where they were formed.
Presented by Home of Metal, Black Sabbath fans can now visit a career-spanning retrospective of the band from 22nd June until 29th September at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
The exhibition will feature historical photos, ephemera, and memorabilia sourced directly from Black Sabbath themselves, the immersive exhibition will also boast portraits and stories from the Home of Metal fan archive.
Speaking of the exciting exhibition Black Sabbath singer Ozzy Osbourne said: “It’s an honour to be a part of the Home of Metal. I am just a guy from Birmingham who’s been blessed to have had such dedicated fans throughout my career. Like I’ve always said ‘I am nothing without them.”
The band's guitarist Tony Iommi says: "Fans are our lifeblood, they've always been there to support us.”
The Home of Metal project is billed as a celebration of the heavy music that was born in Birmingham, and the official website features a digital archive of fan memorabilia and stories and a fans gallery.
Their exhibitions and events are billed as joining “the dots between music, social history, visual art and fan cultures to produce a new perspective on Heavy Metal.”