British rocker Ozzy Osbourne pictured on January 26, 2020.
London – Iconic British rocker Ozzy Osbourne has canceled his long-planned and repeatedly postponed tour of Europe, as part of which he was also supposed to visit Prague this year. He stated that he is physically unable to perform now.
“This is probably one of the hardest things I've ever had to tell my loyal fans,” the 74-year-old singer tweeted. He stated that everything is fine with his voice, but physically he is still too weak. “As you may all know, four years ago I had a serious accident that injured my spine,” he added, adding that since then his only goal has been to get back on stage.
Osbourne hinted that he might he will never go on tour again. “I never imagined that my touring performance would end up like this. My team is currently coming up with ideas on how I might be able to perform without having to travel from city to city and country to country.”
< p>The former frontman of the legendary rock group Black Sabbath further stated that he is devastated by the knowledge that he had to disappoint his fans. The planned dates of his concerts have been postponed several times in the past due to health reasons. In 2020, Osbourne announced that he was suffering from a “mild form” of Parkinson's disease.
The Prague concert as part of the No More Tours 2 tour was scheduled to take place on May 19 at the O2 Arena.