Tickets to Ozzy Osbourne’s 2011 tour date at Tulsa’s BOK Center will go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 6, the venue has announced.
Osbourne and special guest Slash will play the Tulsa arena on Feb. 10, 2011.
Tickets are priced at $25, $47.50 and $77.50. They will be available starting Nov. 6 at www.bokcenter.com, Arby’s Box Office, all Tickets.com outlets, or by calling (866) 7-BOKCTR.
The former Black Sabbath frontman will kick off his fall North American arena tour Nov. 12 in Victoria, British Columbia, has now announced a second leg of U.S. dates which will get underway Jan. 16 in Omaha, Neb. The six-week 2011 trek, part of the multi-platinum Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee’s in-progress 18-month world tour, will include a pair of intimate shows: Jan. 26 at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix and Feb. 1 at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. Ozzy’s longtime friend and musical collaborator Slash will open all the concerts on the second leg.
Osbourne recently completed a run of overseas festival appearances and headlining overseas performances including his first ever concert in Israel: a Sept. 28 OZZFest show at Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv.
The Tel Aviv show was described by the www.ynet.co.il as “one of the most important rock events in Israel, if not THE most important…There is no one that can contest Ozzy Osbourne’s charisma and madness. Park Hayarkon was awash with energies and foam at the main performance of the Ozzfest…” Elsewhere www.mako.co.il noted: “We have waited for years and finally it happened–Ozzfest arrived to the holy land. And as much as the anticipation was high – it shrinks in comparison to the real thing that happened on stage. Ozzy Osbourne lifted Tel Aviv with a crazy show. Osbourne managed to lift people up as only he can do. With simplicity and (relative) modesty, the prince of darkness gave his heart and soul with big love to the Israeli crowd and managed to jump and touch every single one of the tens of thousands of fans present.” The www.mouse.co.il added, “The crowd was versatile and colorful, the other bands on the bill were great, but the real star of Ozzfest was, undoubtedly, Ozzy Osbourne. The metal legend last night at Hayarkon Park gave a show worth living for.”
Later this week, Ozzy will headline the Voodoo Experience festival Halloween weekend in New Orleans, LA; he will rock the three-day event at City Park City on Saturday.
The fall dates will coincide with the Oct. 5 release of an expanded two-CD version of the “Scream” album. This “Tour Edition” package will feature seven bonus songs: a mix of previously unreleased tracks and live recordings. Epic will also issue a four-sided vinyl edition that includes five bonus tracks: the three aforementioned songs from the “scream”sessions and the live version of “Let Me Hear You Scream,” along with the single version of “Life Won’t Wait” (the second single from “Scream”).
For the most up-to-date on sale information, go to www.Ozzy.com or www.LiveNation.com.