Ozzy Osbourne Announces New Tour Dates With Slash
October 12, 2010
Ozzy Osbourne adds a second leg of arena dates beginning in mid-January in Nebraska with Slash opening each and every show.
Everyone’s favorite Prince Of Darkness kicks off his 2011 tour biz at Omaha’s Qwest Center Jan. 16, plays Houston’s Toyota Center Jan. 18 and rocks the American Airlines Center in Dallas Jan. 20. Other stops include Kansas City, San Antonio, Las Vegas, San Jose, Tacoma, Denver, Tulsa, Detroit (Auburn Hills), Moline, Nashville, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville.
While the tour is an arena outing, Osbourne has chosen to play slightly smaller and more intimate venues in two cities — Phoenix at Comerica Theatre Jan. 26 and Los Angeles at the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk Feb. 1.
After a performance at this year’s Voodoo Experience festival in New Orleans Oct. 30, Osbourne begins the first North American leg of the Scream tour in Victoria, B.C., at the Save On Foods Memorial Centre. He then cuts a swath through Canada that includes stops in Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipg, Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto. U.S. cities on the first leg include Baltimore, New York, E. Rutherford, Cleveland, Grand Rapids and Minneapolis.
Osbourne recently released the “tour edition” of his Scream album, a deluxe, two-CD version that includes unreleased tracks and live recordings. The deluxe version is also available as a four-sided vinyl package.
Tickets for the second leg go on sale Oct. 15. For more information, go to Ozzy Osbourne’s website at www.ozzy.com.