Rocker to play Clarkston amphitheatre for the final time, for real this time, in September

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Ozzy Osbourne is quitting the “Crazy Train” of touring — again.

The rocker announced Tuesday he is joining the growing list of performers mounting a final tour in 2018. He’ll play DTE Energy Music Theatre on Sept. 19, part of a farewell tour that kicks off in April and wraps up in October.

The trek, dubbed No More Tours 2, follows Osbourne’s initial 1992 No More Tours outing. That tour dropped by the then-Pine Knob that August.

Tickets for the show, $35, $59.50, $95, $125 and $250, go on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 17. Pre-sales begin at 10 a.m. Feb. 14.

Other performers waving goodbye to the road this year include Elton John, Paul Simon, Slayer and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Osbourne called it quits with his Black Sabbath bandmates in 2016, a tour that dropped by DTE that August.

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