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Ozzfest Japan Details

12:01 PM Friday 11/2/12 | |

Sharon Osbourne has revealed more details about the brand new Ozzfest Japan. The two day festival scheduled for May 11-12 at Makuhari Messe near Tokyo will host headliner Slipknot the first night, Black Sabbath the second.

  • Black Sabbath

    Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi at Lollapalooza in Chicago at Grant Park.
    August 3, 2012

    (John Davisson)

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Ozzfest Japan comes to you via an alliance between Ozzy Osbourne’s better half and Japanese promoter Hayashi International Promotion (H.I.P.).

While promising it will announce more lineup details before year’s end, the Sharon Osbourne camp sez the music will feature “a dynamic mix of international and domestic bands with the goal of establishing Ozzfest Japan as the leader in the Japanese rock festival market.”

In other words, you folks at Sonic and Mt. Fuji take notice. You’ve been warned.

“We are thrilled to open a new chapter for this legendary festival in Japan,” H.I.P. President Massy Hayashi said. “I think it will be the perfect chance to bring together the very best international rock music and also give us a chance to show how far Japanese rock has come in recent years.”

At this time, single-day tickets are priced at 14,000 JPY ($174), weekend passes are 27,000 JPY ($335) and weekend passes including an official T-shirt are 30,000 JPY ($373). All prices include consumption tax, box office commission and ticket printing fees. Visit OzzfestJapan.com for more info.


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