Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Ozzy Osbourne has now announced the postponement of his “No More Tours 2” shows in the UK and Europe. Due to the unprecedented and all changing situation, the six-week tour, which was scheduled for October 2020, will now take place in early 2022.
Although Ozzy Osbourne is back on his feet, he will not be able to come to Germany on an arena tour in November and December 2020 as planned due to the Europe-wide ban on events to contain the coronavirus. Fans who have already secured tickets for the original and repeatedly rescheduled Ozzy dates can of course use them for the replacement concerts in 2022. If the dates do not suit you, you can request a voucher in the amount of the ticket price.
Tickets already purchased in advance remain valid for the new dates. Read here the statement of Ozzy Osbourne about the tour postponement:
“I thank all my fans for their loyalty and waiting. Believe me, I can’t wait to see you all again. Please take care of yourselves in these uncertain times. God protect you! All my love Ozzy”
In Germany, Ozzy Osbourne was last in Oberhausen for a concert in June 2018. Whether it would be the last Ozzy Osbourne concert in Germany for the time being was an open question for a long time. In spring, only further dates for his farewell tour in North America were confirmed. Now the European dates of the “No More Tours 2” tour have been confirmed. According to his own statement, Ozzy plans to tour the world again starting in 2022, then the tour stresses will be over. Especially with concerts outside the USA it will be difficult then.
The “Black Sabbath” frontman wants to take more time for his family after more than 50 years on stage. The 69-year-old death metal veteran just became a grandpa for the eighth time. Currently he is also working on a new album, for which some songs should already be finished. Ozzy told Rolling Stone that he wants to spend more time at home and watch his grandchildren grow up.