BLACK SABBATH

Monday: They’ve been playing songs about destruction and end times for 47 years, and now Black Sabbath itself is facing The End. That’s the name that Ozzy Osbourne, bassist Geezer Butler and recent cancer-surviving guitarist Tony Iommi are using for what will almost certainly be their final go-round together. Minneapolis has only the third stop on the tour, which will also feature Tommy Clufetos from Ozzy’s solo band filling in on drums for estranged Sabbath co-founder Bill Ward. Word is the set lists will feature a few songs from their 2013 studio album, “13,” alongside the standard favorites. Ozzy doesn’t usually leave the house without singing “Iron Man” and “Paranoid.” Southern Californian ’70s throwback rockers Rival Sons open. Look for an interview with Osbourne and Butler about the tour in Monday’s Variety or at startribune.com/music. (7:30 p.m. Mon. $35-$149. Target Center, 600 1st Av. N., Mpls. 1-888-929-7849, axs.com.)