April 11, 2002 16:03

THE LEGEND LIVES ON AND ON

The Black Sabbath rocker will be in LA tomorrow (April 12) to claim his place on the Hollywood Walk of Fame...

THE LEGEND LIVES ON AND ON
Ozzy Osbourne will tomorrow receive his star on the HOLLYWOOD 'WALK OF FAME'.

The rocker and organiser of the annual Ozzfest touring festival, will be on hand in LA tomorrow (April 12) at 11.30am to receive the accolade. At the ceremony Ozzy Osbourne will join some of the most famous names from the showbiz industry.

As previously announced, Ozzfest returns to the UK on May 25 at Donnington Park.

Headliners include Tool, System Of A Down and Slayer.

Tickets are on sale now via the NME.COM ticketshop, priced £39 plus booking fee. This year, camping facilities will be also available onsite, and camping tickets can be purchased at a cost of £10.

To buy, click here, or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

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