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Judas Priest Announce $20 Black Friday Tickets for Epitaph Farewell Tour

Behold Black Friday!

No doubt, the day after Thanksgiving belongs to the Devil. The sun becomes a black hole. Unrepentant gluttons suffer atop overflowing toilets. And endless legions of zombified shoppers stalk the malls and big-box stores in search of awesome deals that might set them free from Satan's eternal grasp.

It's already the darkest of days. But believe it or not, Black Friday just got darker 'cause metal legends Rob Halford and Judas Priest are back to doing the Devil's dirty work, offering seriously slashed $20 reserved-seat tickets for their Epitaph Farewell Tour.

The Priest's hot and leathery path through Hell will slash across Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Tampa before finally descending upon Downtown Miami's Klipsch Amphitheater on December 1. And $20 tickets for each and every stop along that fiery Farewell trail go on sale at 10 a.m. today via

Like all true worshippers of the Priest, we here at Crossfade are excruciatingly aware that this Epitaph trek marks our "last chance to witness the ultimate metal experience that is JUDAS PRIEST!"

So let this Friday be the Blackest in the annals of metal! Praise the Priest! Burn in hell! Buy those tix!

Judas Priest's Epitaph Farewell Tour with Black Label Society and Thin Lizzy. Thursday, December 1. Klipsch Amphitheater, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Black Friday reserved-seat tickets cost $20 plus fees from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. on Friday, November 25, via Call 305-358-7550 or visit

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