With Hurricane Frances closing in on Florida this weekend and millions evacuating their homes, a handful of concerts -- including the final date of the Ozzfest tour -- have been scrapped.

With Hurricane Frances closing in on Florida this weekend and millions evacuating their homes, a handful of concerts -- including the final date of the Ozzfest tour -- have been scrapped.

The Ozzfest date, scheduled for tomorrow (Sept. 4) at the Sound Advice Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, Fla., has been cancelled. The show was to have featured Black Sabbath, Judas Priest and Slayer, among others.

Sound Advice Amphitheater has announced that refunds to Ozzfest will be available at the original place of purchase. Tickets that were purchased online with a credit card or by phone through Ticketmaster will be automatically refunded.

The Sound Advice ticket office will be closed until Tuesday (Sept. 7).

Other shows that have been affected are the Labor Day Hip-Hop Explosion, which was set for today (Sept. 3) at the University of Miami Center. The show, featuring Twista and Jadakiss, has been rescheduled for Oct. 9, according to The Miami Herald.

The Herald also reports that a Charly Garcia concert, scheduled for this weekend at the Jackie Gleason Theater, has been rescheduled for Wednesday (Sept. 8). Additionally, a Jeffrey Osborne show scheduled for tomorrow (Sept. 4) at the James L. Knight Center has been canceled. Two "Dora the Explorer Live!" shows at the Kravis Center, scheduled for tomorrow and Sunday (Sept. 5), were also nixed.

Numerous events at the House of Blues Orlando have been cancelled or postponed, according to a House of Blues representative in Los Angeles. Blues Kitchen's event tonight (Sept. 3) and tomorrow have been cancelled, as has Weird Al Yankovic's scheduled Sunday (Sept. 5) performance. The Grown Folks 2 show with Doug E Fresh and Slick Rick, scheduled for tomorrow, will be postponed for a later date.