Meat Loaf is one of the most successful recording artists and world's best performers and has been for the last three decades and more.
However, age beats us all at some time and Meat Loaf has decided that now is the right time to bow out of the music industry just while he is still on top.
To that end he is embarking on a Farewell Tour around the world and as part of that he will be heading to the O2 Arena in London with his Last At Bat tour to bid a final goodbye to his adoring fans.
The date at the O2 is set to take place on April 10th and if fans are serious about seeing him in concert for the final time, they will need to ensure they book stays in 5 star hotels in London as soon as possible.
In this series of special dates people will see the star play a special two-act show each time.
His first act will be reserved for some of Meat Loaf's greatest hits including the likes of Dead Ringer For Love, I'd Lie For You (And That's the Truth), I Would Do Anything For Love, It's All Coming Back To Me Now and I'll Kill You If You Don't Come Back.
The second act will see the star performing his debut album Bat Out Of Hell in its entirety, with them all played in their original order.
It has sold more than 45 million copies around the world and continues to sell 200,000 copies each year.
People will be able to get their hands on tickets from as little as £48.50, while the best seats in the house will cost £57.50.
With the O2 Arena situated just a short distance from the North Greenwich Tube stop, getting to the venue from any of the luxury hotels in London shouldn't provide too many headaches.