The semi-reunited lineup of Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler were joined by Osbourne's solo drummer and Detroit native, Tommy Clufetos, who is sitting in for the estranged Bill Ward.
Black Sabbath released their first new studio album release, 13 , in June and it quickly became the band's first number one album in their career.
Tuesday night found the band playing some songs off of the album as well as a number of Sabbath's biggest hits.
Heavy metal fans packed into the pavilion and lawn early and had to battle a quick shower but luckily the rain headed out as Andrew W.K. took to the stage for a odd DJ set that found him spinning classic heavy metal tunes as he tossed beach balls into the crowd and urged them to get ready for Sabbath.
There was a surprisingly short wait in between sets as Osbourne's voice flooded the speakers urging the crowd to "Let me hear you!"
As the curtain rose and the air-raid sirens begin, announcing the beginning of crowd favorite, "War Pigs", the band hit the stage.
The anti-Vietnam war anthem immediately got the crowd on their feet and headbanging along.
Urging the crowd to sing along, Ozzy immediately began to feed off their energy as he embraced his role as band cheerleader urging the crowd to "Let me see your hands." and "I can't hear you" throughout the evening.
Unintelligible at times, Ozzy laughed and joked throughout the show in between dousing himself with a bucket of water and jumping up and down as he gleefully watched the rest of the band jamming along.
His voice will never be what it once was but it's definitely stronger than it has been on his last couple of tours and he really ripped through the band's signature song, "Black Sabbath" after telling the crowd that they were about to go back to the beginning.
New songs like "God Is Dead" and "End of the Beginning" were well-received as Ozzy thanked the crowd for giving them their first number one album.
Clufetos is in an awkward position replacing Ward but he more than stepped up to the plate as demonstrated in his fantastic drum solo leading into "Iron Man".
Bassist Butler and guitarist Iommi are the heart of Black Sabbath and were on fire Tuesday as they battled back and forth at a frantic pace.
Black Sabbath finished the night with the “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath” intro seguing into their biggest hit, "Paranoid", which gave the crowd one last shot to bask in seeing the legends together.