OZZFEST 2007: George, Washington Video Report Available

Ellensburg, WA's Daily Record has posted a short video report from the July 14, 2007 stop of the Ozzfest 2007 tour at The Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington. Watch the clip — which includes live footage and a short interview with STATIC-X frontman Wayne Static — at this location.

According to the San Jose Mercury News, many Ozzfest fans who scored free tickets to this summer's heavy-metal extravaganza are deciding to stay home. The paper claims only about 50 percent of the people who had tickets to recent shows actually showed for the concert. About 18,000 were expected at Thursday's Ozzfest date at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, but the city took security precautions in the event that all 30,000 people who received free tickets made it out to the venue.


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