Ozzy Osbourne will perform in Hungary again in 2022
Posted by Budnews · Oct 30, 2020

The new dates of the deleted No More Tours 2 concert series have been announced.

 

Ozzy Osbourne is a living legend and we can almost say he is coming home to Hungary – he visited us 3 times during his career. He would have come to Hungary for the fourth time in 2020, but his concert tour was cancelled due to the coronavirus epidemic. Now we have the new dates of his European tour, No More Tours 2, which has been postponed from this autumn to 2022.

The now 71-year-old musician will start touring on January 26, 2022 in Berlin and will have his closing concert on March 16 in Glasgow. Other stops on the European tour will be Prague, Zurich, Madrid, Bologna, Mannheim, Hamburg, Helsinki, Stockholm, Dortmund, Munich, Nottingham, Dublin, Birmingham, London, Manchester, Newcastle and Budapest. The frontman of Black Sabbath will perform in front of the Hungarian audience on February 2 in the Papp László Budapest Sport Arena.

This concert will be the fourth time that a Grammy-winner musician will come to Hungary. He first performed at the Kisstadion in 1998 when Black Sabbath was re-formed, then at the Papp László Budapest Sport Arena in 2010, and then in 2016 at the band's farewell concert, also at the Sports Arena.

The ticket sales will begin on November 2, 2020 at 10 a.m. so get ready! We are pretty sure that the event will sold out soon.

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