Ozzy Osbourne, Judas Priest European Tour Postponed Until 2023

2021-11-26

Ozzy Osbourne, in a black and white photo.

Ozzy Osbourne publicity photo – Story by Charles Ken

View tour dates of Ozzy Osbourne’s upcoming European tour with Judas Priest, which has been rescheduled for 2023

Ozzy Osbourne has postponed the upcoming European leg of his No More Tours II tour again. This time around, the tour, which features support from Rob Halford and Judas Priest, will be pushed into 2023.

The moves means fans will have to wait roughly four years from the tour’s initial dates to see Osbourne. The tour was originally scheduled for 2019 and has been rescheduled multiple times since, at first to September 2020, then to January 2022 and now to May 2023. Initially, the tour was postponed due to Osbourne’s battle with Parkinson’s Disease, and later, the rescheduled dates were due to the COVID-19 pandemic. View the full roster of rescheduled Ozzy Osbourne and Judas Priest tour dates below.

“Due to the ongoing uncertainty with full capacity events and travel logistics in much of Europe, we have come to the difficult decision to postpone my 2022 tour to 2023,” Osbourne said in a statement. “Original tickets remain valid for the new dates. I want to thank all of you and Judas Priest for your continued patience and support.”

In other news, Osbourne released his latest full-length album, “Ordinary Man,” last year, and he’s currently working on a follow up. Meanwhile, Judas Priest were recently on the road in honor of their 50th anniversary as a band, but the trek was cut short due to guitarist Richie Faulkner suffering a heart dissection onstage. Faulkner is out of the hospital and doing well, but the band’s remaining 2021 tour dates are off.

Osbourne and Judas Priest’s 2023 tour will set off in Helsinki on May 3 and run for roughly five weeks. Find tickets and additional information here.

Ozzy Osbourne’s 2023 Tour Dates with Judas Priest:

05/03 – Helsinki, Finland @ Hartwall Arena
05/05 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Friends Arena
05/07 – Dortmund, Germany @ Westfalenhalle
05/10 – Madrid, Spain @ WiZink Center
05/12 – Bologna, Italy @ Unipol Arena
05/14 – Munich, Germany @ Olympiahalle
05/17 – Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Arena
05/19 – Prague, Czech Republic @ O2 Arena
05/21 – Zurich, Switzerland @ | Hallenstadion
05/24 – Hamburg, Germany @ Barclaycard Arena
05/26 – Mannheim, Germany @ SAP Arena
05/28 – Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes-Benz Arena
05/31 – Nottingham, UK @ Motorpoint Arena
06/02 – Newcastle, UK @ Utilita Arena
06/04 – Glasgow, UK @ Ovo Hydro
06/07 – Manchester, UK @ AO Arena
06/10 – Dublin, Ireland @ 3 Arena
06/12 – London, UK @ O2 Arena
06/14 – Birmingham, UK @ Resorts World Arena

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