OZZFEST 2005: Marysville Show Moved Back A Day

According to the Chico Enterprise-Record, Bill Graham Presents announced Monday (August 8) that it has postponed Ozzfest 2005, an all-day heavy-metal concert scheduled Sunday (August 14) for Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Marysville, CA.

The concert, featuring the Ozzy Osbourne-fronted BLACK SABBATH, along with IRON MAIDEN, ROB ZOMBIE, KILLSWITCH ENGINE and more, will take place Monday (August 15) instead.

"Contrary to published reports that Osbourne is sick, he is under doctors' advisement that he not perform consecutive shows (he will perform Aug. 13 at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View)," a BGP press release stated.

Tickets for the postponed show will be honored Monday; refunds are available at place of purchase. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster and bgp.com.


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