Ozzy Osbourne Announces Rescheduled, New 'No More Tours 2' Tour Dates
By Andrew Magnotta @AndrewMagnotta
April 29, 2019
There's no more encouraging sign of Ozzy Osbourne's improving health than long-awaited news of the heavy metal icon's rescheduled 'No More Tours 2' concerts in the U.K. and Europe.
After illness and injury forced the singer to postpone of all of his 2019 concert dates, Ozzy has made plans to get back on the road during the height of flu season next January.
It was the flu that brought about a series of maladies this past winter that lead to Ozzy being hospitalized for weeks due to pneumonia and other health concerns. Then not long after finally being released from the hospital, Ozzy reportedly tripped at home in the middle of the night, aggravating years-old injuries that sent him back into surgery.
The front man has expressed his deepest apologies for his failing health to fans, vowing to return. After his son Jack Osbourne reported that Ozzy was starting to get back to his old self, the singer released the list of rescheduled concerts.
"I'm really looking forward to getting back to Europe for these shows," The Prince of Darkness said in a statement. "Thank you to all the fans for sticking with me and waiting for the new dates to be announced. I can't wait to see you all next year."
Take a look at them below.
Ozzy Osbourne 'No More Tours 2' 2020 European Dates
1/31 — Nottingham, UK, Motorpoint Arena
2/2 — Dublin, IE, Arena
2/5 — Manchester, UK, Manchester Arena
2/7— Newcastle, UK, Utilita Arena
2/10 — London, UK, O2 Arena
2/12 — Glasgow, UK, SSE Hydro
2/14 — Birmingham, UK, Resorts World Arena
2/17 — Dortmund, DE, Westfalenhalle
2/20 — Helsinki, FI, Hartwell Arena
2/22 — Stockholm, SE, Friends Arena
2/24 — Berlin, De, Mercedes-Benz Arena
2/26 — Vienna, AT, Stadhalle (New show)
2/29 — Prague, CZ, O2 Arena (New show)
3/3 — Hamburg, DE, Barclaycard Arena
3/5 — Munich, DE, Olympianhalle
3/7 — Manheim, DE, SAP Arena (New show, city and venue change from Frankfurt, Festhalle)
3/10 — Bologna, ITL, Unpol Arena
3/13 — Madrid, ES, Wiznik Arena (New show, city and venue change from Barcelona, Palau Sant Jordi)
3/16 — Zurich, CH, Hallenstadion
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