The Prince of Darkness, Ozzy Osbourne, and legendary metal band Judas Priest have announced that Ozzy's No More Tours 2 tour will be reschedule (yes again!) to 2022!
It was confirmed today when Judas Priest posted this on social media:
In the link posted by Judas Priest is a statement:
"Due to the unprecedented and ever-changing situation, the six-week trek scheduled for October 2020, will move to 2022. The rescheduled 19 date arena tour, with lifelong friends Judas Priest as special guests, will kick off on 26th January 2022 in Berlin, and includes a brand new date in Hungary, at the Budapest Arena. Fans should hold onto their tickets as they remain valid for all rescheduled tour dates, and refunds must be sought at point of purchase."
A statement by Ozzy was also made: "I really want to thank my fans for their loyalty and for waiting for me. Believe me, I can't wait to see you all again. Please stay safe in these uncertain times. God Bless you All! Love Ozzy"
Ozzy Osbourne cancelled all performances in 2019, and cancelled No More Tours 2 in North America, in February this year when it was revealed he was diagnosed with Parkinson's to ensure fans didn't have to go through the process of changing dates again for the tour.
2020 has of course been an extremely rough year, fans of Ozzy & Judas Priest have been eager to know what's happening with the 2020 No More Tours dates, the tour was due to go ahead in the next few days.
The Prince of Darkness released a brand new album earlier this year titled "Ordinary Man" and has also collaborated with Post Malone. Despite many thinking this may be the last album that Ozzy will release, well we thought wrong, it was revealed that he was indeed in the process of putting together a follow up album. Release dates or any other album information are yet to be revealed.
The new dates for the tour have been revealed: