A Massive Inflatable Ozzy Osbourne Is “Touring” The United States.


Ozzy is currently performing at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally for his South Dakota fans.


A massive inflatable caricature of Ozzy Osbourne has “set out” on a “tour” across the United States to promote the release of the legendary rocker’s upcoming album, “Patient Number 9,” which made its debut at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.

Todd McFarlane, the acclaimed comic artist, created the 25-foot-tall, super-sized version of Ozzy (7.62 meters). It has already made a few “tour” appearances, including on the Las Vegas strip and in prominent Los Angeles locations such as the Venice Boardwalk and Gold Diggers’ rooftop. At certain “tour” stops, fans can take photos with “Ozzy” and the “Patient Number 9” ambulance van.


“Ozzy” will be performing today and tomorrow at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota (August 14). (August 14th) According to Consequence of Sound, Ozzy Osbourne’s website will be where he makes future performance announcements, which will come either 24 hours in advance or unexpectedly.

The inflatable will continue “touring” until September 9, when ‘Patient Number 9’ is ready for release. At the end of the event, the actual inflatable will be given away to a lucky participant.


So far, Osbourne has teased us with two singles from his upcoming album: the guest-filled title track in June and “Degradation Rules” a month later.

To the surprise of onlookers, Osbourne attended the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony on August 8 in Birmingham, his birthplace. The frontman of Black Sabbath had previously expressed interest in attending the event, but it was assumed that he would be unable to attend due to his need for time to recover from surgery.

Ozzy Osbourne’s performance included members of the legendary rock band Black Sabbath, including guitarist Tony Iommi, drummer Tommy Clufetos, and bassist Adam Wakeman, as well as Osbourne himself. This occurred following a dream sequence called “Hear My Voice,” which Iommi and saxophonist Soweto Kinch led. The sequence was inspired by the song “The Trial of the Chicago Seven,” which was reimagined by R&B vocalists Indigo Marshall and Gambini.

While awaiting neck surgery, Osbourne said in May that he needed physical therapy “every morning” and “can’t walk properly these days.” The specifics of Osbourne’s recent medical procedure have not been confirmed. Osbourne, on the other hand, has stated that he “can’t walk properly these days.”

Osbourne has been injured in several accidents and hospitalized several times in recent years. In January 2020, he revealed that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, a “challenging” condition. In April, he also contracted COVID-19. He gave his Comic-Con audience an update on his health by saying, “Believe me, I’m getting closer. It’s going to be a difficult fight, especially given the odds.”

The famous performer will kick off his “More Tours 2” tour in 2023, according to the current schedule.

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