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Ozzy Osbourne postpones 2022 tour dates with Judas Priest

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Ozzy Osbourne postpones 2022 tour dates with Judas Priest

Ozzy Osbourne annnounced the postponement of the 2022 European tour dates with Judas Priest, that would happen next January. The musician said in an official statement: “Due to the ongoing uncertainty with full capacity events and travel logistics in much of Europe, we have come to the difficult decision to postpone my 2022 tour to 2023. Original tickets remain valid for the new dates. I want to thank all of you and Judas Priest for your continued patience and support.”

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Ozzy Osbourne rescheduled 2023 tour dates with Judas Priest:

All tickets remain valid and will be honoured for new dates.

May

  • Wed 3 | Finland, Helsinki | Hartwall Arena
  • Fri 5 | Sweden, Stockholm | Friends Arena
  • Sun 7 | Germany, Dortmund | Westfalenhalle
  • Wed 10 | Spain, Madrid | WiZink Center
  • Fri 12 | Italy, Bologna | Unipol Arena
  • Sun 14 | Germany, Munich | Olympiahalle
  • Wed 17 | Hungary, Budapest | Budapest Arena
  • Fri 19 | Czech Republic | Prague | O2 Arena
  • Sun 21 | Switzerland, Zurich | Hallenstadion
  • Wed 24 | Germany, Hamburg | Barclaycard Arena
  • Fri 26 | Germany, Mannheim | SAP Arena
  • Sun 28 | Germany, Berlin | Mercedes-Benz Arena
  • Wed 31 | UK, Nottingham | Motorpoint Arena

June

  • Fri 2 | UK, Newcastle | Utilita Arena
  • Sun 4 | UK, Glasgow | Ovo Hydro
  • Wed 7 | UK, Manchester | AO Arena
  • Sat 10 | Ireland, Dublin | 3 Arena
  • Mon 12 | UK, London | O2 Arena
  • Wed 14 | UK, Birmingham | Resorts World Arena

Health issues

In a recent interview with Cassius Morris Show (Transcribed by Ultimate Guitar), guitarist Zakk Wylde, who is in Ozzy’s band, talked about the singer’s health status and if he would tour again.

“I text him just to make sure he’s doing OK. He’s working out and everything like that, doing everything that doctors tell him to do as far as therapy and everything to get his neck and everything like that better and back on track.”

“He wants to get back out and start touring again. The last show we did was going into 2019 New Year’s Eve at The Forum, and we had a blast. I was like, ‘Man, maybe we should do this every year!’

“I said to Oz, ‘Just wait until you’re ready. There’s no sense in rushing it.’ As soon as they announced that Oz is going to be doing some shows, everyone’s going to go to the show.

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