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Ozzy Osbourne to team up with Marilyn Manson in return to Key Bank Pavilion

Paul Guggenheimer
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Ozzy Osbourne performs during the Sunset Strip Music Festival at Sunset Boulevard on September 12, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.

When Ozzy Osbourne makes his 2020 return to Key Bank Pavilion, he’ll be joined by special guest Marilyn Manson.

Ozzy’s camp made the announcement Thursday.

Manson is best known for his 1990s releases “Antichrist Superstar” and “Mechanical Animals.” He’s been nominated for four Grammy Awards.

“Marilyn is killer live,” said Osbourne. “He’s so … out there, and if I think that, then look out.”

“I’ve toured with Ozzy many times and it’s always been spectacular,” said Manson, a native of Canton, Ohio. “I’m honored to do it again. This is one not to miss.”

Osbourne’s “No More Tours 2” kicks off next May in Atlanta and will stop at Key Bank Pavilion in Burgettstown on June 11. The date is Osbourne’s first in the Pittsburgh area since he announced last April that he was postponing all of his 2019 tour dates because of injuries sustained in a fall at his Los Angeles home.

Tickets from his scheduled June 13, 2019, date will be honored. Concertgoers are being told by promoters to hold on to previous ticket purchases.

Paul Guggenheimer is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul at 724-226-7706 or [email protected].

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