Just two hours before kicking-off his #NoMoreTours2 tour with Judas Priest in Dublin, Ozzy Osbourne’s team have confirmed the postponed of the UK/European leg of the World tour due to the singer being diagnosed with an upper-respiratory infection caused by bronchitis. Unfortunately, this has come as a disappoint to fans, but anyone going will understand that your health must come first. The World tour is due to end in July. This isn’t the first health scare Ozzy Osbourne has had in recent times. Back in October, the singer had surgery for a staph infection on his hand (Causing cancellations to US tour dates). In 2016, he suffered sinusitis while with Black Sabbath on their final tour The End.
The Gigzter wishes Ozzy Osbourne a full, healthy recovery and when (Or if) the UK/European tour resumes, he makes the most of them!
If you have tickets to any of the events affected, please note that tickets will still be honoured for the new dates, but refunds will be available (Please check with your seller. Ticketmaster will refund tickets. Viagogo may be more difficult) may if you wish to no longer attend. Organisers have said they will be looking to re-schedule the European leg for September. (Please check with your ticket seller for more information on this and how to have your cancelled tickets replace with the new tickets).
UPDATE: MAY 2019: It has been announced that the postponed European Tour dates have been rescheduled for Jan-April 2020. Tickets for the cancelled dates will still be valid.