Instead of taking a tour, Osbourne is headed to Europe for further treatments.
“I don’t want to start a tour and then cancel shows at the last minute, as it’s not fair for fans,” he added. “I would prefer to get a refund now and when I do the North America tour along the way, everyone who bought a ticket for these shows will be the first in line to buy tickets at the time.”
Osbourne has had a number of problems since last year, including a serious infection and a fall that he said led him to live the “worst” year of his life.
Refunds for the North America 2020 tour are available at the original point of purchase and fans who purchased “No More Tours 2” tickets will have first access to tickets when the tour is rescheduled. The tour was expected to begin on May 27 in Atlanta, Georgia, and continue until July 31.
The cancellation does not affect the European part of his tour, which is yet to start on October 23 in Newcastle, England. Osbourne is currently promoting his new album, “Ordinary Man”, which will go on sale on Friday.