Ozzy OsbournePreviously announced European tour with guests Judas priestoriginally slated for 2019 and then rescheduled three times, has been officially cancelled.
Late on Tuesday night (31 January),Ozzy He released the following statement: “This is probably one of the hardest things I have ever had to share with my loyal fans. As you all know, four years ago, this month, I had a major accident, in which I damaged my spine. My only goal during this time is to get back on stage. My singing voice Good.. However, after three operations, stem cell treatments, endless physiotherapy sessions, and the latest the groundbreaking Cybernics (HAL) treatment, he is still physically weak.
“I am honestly humbled by the way you all have patiently clung to your tickets all this time, but with a clear conscience I now realize that I am not physically able to make it to my upcoming European/British tour dates, as I know I cannot handle the travel required. Believe me when I say the thought of disappointing my fans really bothers me, more than you’ll ever know.
“I never imagined my touring days would end this way. My team is currently brainstorming ideas for where I will be able to perform without having to travel from city to city and country to country.
“I want to thank my family…… my band…… my crew… my old friends, Judas priestAnd, of course, my fans for their dedication, loyalty, and endless support, for giving them a life I never dreamed of.
“I love you all…”
Ticket refunds are available at the point of purchase.
Ozzy He initially canceled his entire 2019 schedule as he recovered from surgery to repair an injury he sustained while dealing with a bout of pneumonia. The tour was then postponed again Ozzy He continued to deal with health issues after his fall at his home in Los Angeles. This fall he “worsened a years-old’s injuries” from an ATV accident that occurred in 2003. The tour was postponed again in October 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
king OzzyEuropean tour with Judas priest The tour took place in May 2023, which would have been more than four years later than originally planned, and nearly five years after tickets first went on sale in September 2018.
in December, Ozzy They were spotted leaning on a cane while shopping at the luxury Erewhon Market supermarket in Los Angeles. An assistant helped him maneuver his cart into the store. The 74-year-old continues to deal with health issues, including a serious spinal injury that has seen him struggle to walk even six months after another operation.
But he said SiriusXMI still have a lot in the tank. I’m determined to get back on stage again. I’m still in recovery, and I have a goal. And my goal is to get back on stage. It’s the driving force in me. I miss my fans. I miss gigs. I miss my crew. I miss my band. I miss everything.
“My family was very kind,” he added. “I’m a family man, but I’ve never done this in my life.”
three years ago, Ozzy He publicly revealed his battle with Parkinson’s disease. The singer was first diagnosed with a neurological disorder in 2003, but did not disclose that he had the disease until it came to light in January 2020. “Good morning, America.”.
eighteen years ago, Ozzy He said he was diagnosed with Parkin’s syndrome, a genetic condition that has symptoms similar to Parkinson’s disease, such as body shaking. At the time, he said he was relieved by his debilitating body tremors because of Parkin and not his life of substance abuse.