The Prince of Darkness will launch his assault October 18 at KeyArena at Seattle Center and hit arenas throughout the U.S. and Canada through the end of January.

Stops on the itinerary include Rexall Place in Edmonton (October 22), Target Center in Minneapolis (October 31), Rushmore Plaza in Rapid City, S.D. (November 6), Rose Garden Arena in Portland, Ore. (November 14), Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. (November 18), Staples Center in Los Angeles (November 30), Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. (December 11), Allstate Arena in Chicago (December 16), Madison Square Garden in New York City (December 22), The Wachovia Spectrum in Philadelphia (January 10), Bell Centre in Montreal (January 16), and Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland (January 24).

Ozzy’s stop at Madison Square Garden marks the singer’s first performance at the venue in 23 years.

General ticket onsales start September 14.

Black Rain, Ozzy’s latest studio album, has given the singer the biggest rock song of his career, with “I Don’t Wanna Stop” spending 20 weeks on the charts. A second single, “Not Going Away,” is currently at radio.