Ozzy Osbourne and Rob Zombie will join forces for a North American fall tour, beginning Oct. 18 at the Key Arena in Seattle and wrapping Jan. 24, 2008, at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.
Ozzy Osbourne and Rob Zombie will join forces for a North American fall tour, beginning Oct. 18 at the Key Arena in Seattle and wrapping Jan. 24, 2008, at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. The 40-date trek finds Osbourne visiting U.S. arenas for the first time in six years.
Fresh off of this summer's Ozzfest tour, Osbourne will be on the road in support of his first studio album in six years, "Black Rain," which has sold 372,000 copies in the United States since May, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Along with visiting a handful of markets that Osbourne has never performed in, the AEG Live-promoted jaunt is scheduled to play such cities as Salt Lake City, San Diego, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago and a Halloween show in Minneapolis. A Dec. 22 concert at New York's Madison Square Garden will be Osbourne's first show at the venue in 23 years.
Tickets go on sale Sept. 14. Pricing information has not yet been released.
Meanwhile, Zombie will tour in support of his first concert set, "Zombie -- Live," due Oct. 23 via Geffen/UMe. The album was recorded last year during the tour in support of "Educated Horses," which debuted at No. 5 on The Billboard 200. A DVD companion to the live album is slated to arrive next spring.
Zombie has also had his hands full with the remake of classic horror film "Halloween," which is currently in theaters. Along with directing the film, Zombie curated its soundtrack (out now on Hip-O Records).
Here are Ozzy Osbourne/Rob Zombie tour dates:
Oct. 18: Seattle (Key Arena)
Oct. 20: Vancouver (GM Place)
Oct. 22: Edmonton (Rexall Place)
Oct. 24: Saskatoon (Credit Union Centre)
Oct. 27: Winnipeg (MTS Centre)
Oct. 29: Fargo, N.D. (Fargodome)
Oct. 31: Minneapolis (Target Center)
Nov. 2: Des Moines, Iowa (Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
Nov. 4: Sioux City, Iowa (Gateway Arena)
Nov. 6: Rapid City, S.D. (Rushmore Plaza Civic Center)
Nov. 9: Billings, Mont. (MetraPark Arena)
Nov. 11: Salt Lake City (The E-Center)
Nov. 14: Portland, Ore. (Rose Garden)
Nov. 16: Stockton, Calif. (Stockton Arena)
Nov. 18: Oakland, Calif. (Oracle Arena)
Nov. 20: San Diego (San Diego Sports Arena)
Nov. 24 Las Vegas (the Joint)
Nov. 26: Bakersfield, Calif. (Rabobank Arena)
Nov. 28 Glendale, Ariz. (Jobing.com Arena)
Nov. 30: Los Angeles (Staples Center)
Dec. 4: Denver (Pepsi Center)
Dec. 6: Oklahoma City (Ford Center)
Dec. 8: Wichita, Kan. (Kansas Coliseum)
Dec. 11: Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center)
Dec. 13: Milwaukee (Bradley Center)
Dec. 16: Chicago (Allstate Arena)
Dec. 18: Detroit (Joe Louis Arena)
Dec. 20: Pittsburgh (Mellon Arena)
Dec. 22: New York (Madison Square Garden)
Jan. 3: Portland, Maine (Cumberland County Civic Center)
Jan. 5: Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)
Jan. 8: Worcester, Mass. (DCU Center)
Jan. 10: Philadelphia (Wachovia Spectrum)
Jan. 14: Quebec City (Colisee Pepsi Arena)
Jan. 16: Montreal (Bell Centre)
Jan. 19: London, Ontario (John Labatt Centre)
Jan. 21: Toronto (Air Canada Centre)
Jan. 24: Cleveland (Quicken Loans Arena)