BLACK SABBATH Plotting Canadian Tour In Early 2006

According to, BLACK SABBATH are plotting a Canadian tour in early 2006. No further information is currently available.

As previously reported, the BLACK SABBATH-headlined Ozzfest show in Somerset, Wisconsin that got rescheduled last week has now been cancelled. The tour was supposed to hit the Float Rite Park Amphitheatre on August 7, but after doctors ordered Ozzy Osbourne not to sing on consecutive days, the show was moved to September 10. Now, however, an official statement says that it's been scrapped altogether because "some of the artists set to perform at the August 7 date were ultimately unable to alter their previous commitments to accommodate the new routing. Ozzfest organizers felt it was best to cancel the show instead of mounting anything less than a spectacular event."

Ozzfest will now close September 4 in West Palm Beach, Fla. The tour's next show is tomorrow (Aug. 18) in Phoenix.


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