OZZY OSBOURNE: Entire European Tour Postponed

OZZY OSBOURNE's entire European tour has been postponed in order to allow the singer to have foot surgery, a spokesperson for Sharon Osbourne Management has confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET. The new dates will be announced next week.

OSBOURNE's European trek was originally set to kick off in the U.K. in early September. The English portion of the tour has since been rescheduled for late October. Support at all dates was previously set to come from Finnish goth metallers H.I.M. and veteran Canadian thrashers VOIVOD.

As previously reported, OSBOURNE's rescheduled U.K. dates are as follows:

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


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