OZZY OSBOURNE: More Rescheduled European Dates Announced
More rescheduled dates have been announced for OZZY OSBOURNE's upcoming European tour. As previously reported, the trek — which was originally set to kick off this week in the U.K. — was postponed in order to allow the singer to undergo foot surgery.
OZZY OSBOURNE's rescheduled European tour dates:
Oct. 22 - Dublin, IRE @ The Point
Oct. 24 - Glasgow, UK @ SECC
Oct. 26 - Newcastle, UK @ Arena
Oct. 29 - London, UK @ Wembley Arena
Oct. 31 - Birmingham, UK @ NEC
Nov. 01 - Birmingham, UK @ NEC
Nov. 04 – Rotterdam, NETH @ Ahoy
Nov. 12 – Oslo, NOR @ Oslo Spektrum
Nov. 14 – Göteborg, SWE @ Scandinavium (new date)
Nov. 16 – Stockholm, SWE @ Globe Arena
Nov. 18 – Helsinki, FIN @ Hartwall Arena
Nov. 23 - Oberhausen, GER @ Konig-Pilsener Arena
The remaining shows will be announced later this week. Support at all dates will come from Finnish goth-metallers H.I.M..
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