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The Scream World Tour was a concert tour by English born heavy metal musician Ozzy Osbourne in support of tenth studio album, Scream, which was released in June 2010.

Scream World Tour
Concert by Ozzy Osbourne
Ozzy Osbourne North American Tour 2010.jpg
Promotional poster promoting Osbourne's North American leg of the world tour
Associated albumScream
Start date20 June 2010
End date10 August 2011
No. of shows93 (scheduled to date)
Ozzy Osbourne concert chronology

The tour officially kicked off in June 2010 with a tour of Europe, following two promotional dates in Hollywood in the United States earlier in the month. These shows were the first in which new guitarist Gus G. and drummer Tommy Clufetos were officially a part of the live band. The European leg began in Birmingham, England and wrapped up on the 9th of July in Turku, Finland. The main purpose of the leg was to promote Osbourne's newly released album, Scream. In August 2010, Osbourne and his touring band performed six dates for the annual Ozzfest as well as a pre-festival appearance at the Buffalo Chip festival in Sturgis, South Dakota. The event also hosted Mötley Crüe as a co-headliner marking the first time they have toured with Osbourne since 1984. The first date of the United States Ozzfest began in San Bernardino, California and eventually culminated in Boston, Massachusetts.

After the culmination of the Ozzfest in the United States, Osbourne embarked on a second European leg beginning on August 28. The tour consisted of arena shows and festivals including the England and Israel iterations of the Ozzfest. Osbourne's appearance in Tel Aviv marks the first time he has performed in Israel. Osbourne was forced to cancel his show in Oberhausen, Germany, after he had pulled a back muscle. The leg ended in early October and Osbourne proceeded to Japan within two weeks to perform at the Loudpark Festival.

Osbourne embarked on an arena leg of North America beginning October 30 with an appearance at the Voodoo Experience festival. Osbourne was supported by Halford, a heavy metal band fronted by Judas Priest vocalist Rob Halford. This leg of the tour ended on December 12. Osbourne embarked on a second leg of North America from January 16 – February 22 in 2011. He was supported by former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash's solo band.

This was the first time since 1984 that Ozzy had played in Puerto Rico. Ironically he said in an interview some days after the concert, that he will be back soon. He returned to Puerto Rico 27 years later. He had also been in Puerto Rico previously with Black Sabbath in 1972 but didn't get to play on that show.


Tour datesEdit

Date City Country Venue
United States ("Scream" promotional shows)
June 15, 2010 Hollywood, California United States Jimmy Kimmel Live!
June 20, 2010 West Hollywood, California House of Blues
Europe, Leg #1
June 26, 2010 Birmingham England Birmingham Town Hall
June 29, 2010 Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
July 1, 2010 Oxford O2 Academy Oxford
July 3, 2010 London The Roundhouse (iTunes Festival)
July 5, 2010 Padova Italy Villa Contarini
July 9, 2010 Turku Finland Ruisrock
August 12, 2010 Sturgis, South Dakota United States Buffalo Chip Campground [1]
August 14, 2010 San Bernardino, California San Manuel Amphitheater
August 17, 2010 Tinley Park, Illinois First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
August 19, 2010 Burgettstown, Pennsylvania First Niagara Pavilion
August 21, 2010 Hartford, Connecticut Meadows Music Theater
August 22, 2010 Camden, New Jersey Susquehanna Bank Center
August 24, 2010 Mansfield, Massachusetts Comcast Center
Europe, Leg #2
August 28, 2010 Krabčice Czech Republic Ripfest
August 30, 2010 Herning Denmark Messecenter Herning
September 2, 2010 Tromsø Norway Valhall Stadion
September 4, 2010 Stavanger Rått og Råde Festival
September 7, 2010 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
September 9, 2010 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena
September 11, 2010 St. Petersburg Russia Ice Palace
September 13, 2010 Moscow Megasport Arena
September 18, 2010 London England The O2 Arena (Ozzfest)
September 20, 2010 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
September 22, 2010 Milan Italy PalaSharp
September 25, 2010 Athens Greece Terra Vibe Park
September 28, 2010 Tel Aviv Israel Yarkon Park (Ozzfest)
September 30, 2010 Istanbul Turkey Turkcell Kuruçeşme Arena
October 2, 2010 Bucharest Romania Zone Arena
October 4, 2010 Budapest Hungary Budapest Sports Arena
October 13, 2010 Tokyo Japan Tokyo International Forum
October 16, 2010 Kobe Kobe World Kinen Hall (Loudpark Festival)
October 17, 2010 Tokyo Saitama Super Arena (Loudpark Festival)
North America, Leg #1
October 30, 2010 New Orleans, Louisiana United States Voodoo Experience
November 12, 2010 Victoria, British Columbia Canada Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
November 14, 2010 Vancouver, British Columbia Rogers Arena
November 16, 2010 Calgary, Alberta Pengrowth Saddledome
November 18, 2010 Edmonton, Alberta Rexall Place
November 20, 2010 Winnipeg, Manitoba MTS Centre
November 23, 2010 Montreal Bell Centre
November 25, 2010 Ottawa, Ontario Scotiabank Place
November 27, 2010 Toronto, Ontario Air Canada Centre
November 29, 2010 Baltimore, Maryland United States 1st Mariner Arena
December 1, 2010 New York City Madison Square Garden
December 3, 2010 East Rutherford, New Jersey Izod Center
December 5, 2010 Cleveland, Ohio Quicken Loans Arena
December 7, 2010 Grand Rapids, Michigan Van Andel Arena
North America, Leg #2
January 12, 2011 Minneapolis, Minnesota United States Target Center [2]
January 14, 2011 St. Louis, Missouri Scottrade Center [3]
January 16, 2011 Omaha, Nebraska Qwest Center
January 18, 2011 Houston, Texas Toyota Center
January 20, 2011 Dallas, Texas American Airlines Center
January 22, 2011 Kansas City, Missouri Sprint Center
January 24, 2011 San Antonio, Texas AT&T Center
January 26, 2011 Phoenix, Arizona Comerica Theatre
January 28, 2011 Paradise, Nevada Mandalay Bay Events Center
February 1, 2011 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheatre
February 3, 2011 San Jose, California HP Pavilion at San Jose
February 5, 2011 Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Dome
February 8, 2011 Denver, Colorado Pepsi Center
February 10, 2011 Tulsa, Oklahoma BOK Center
February 12, 2011 Auburn Hills, Michigan The Palace of Auburn Hills
February 14, 2011 Moline, Illinois iWireless Center
February 16, 2011 Nashville, Tennessee Bridgestone Arena
February 18, 2011 Tampa, Florida St. Pete Times Forum
February 20, 2011 Sunrise, Florida BankAtlantic Center
February 22, 2011 Jacksonville, Florida Veterans Memorial Arena
February 26, 2011 San Juan Puerto Rico Coliseo de Puerto Rico, José Miguel Agrelot
South America
March 26, 2011 Buenos Aires Argentina G.E.B.A
March 28, 2011 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena
March 30, 2011 Porto Alegre Brazil Gigantinho Arena
April 2, 2011 São Paulo Arena Anhembi
April 5, 2011 Brasília Nilson Nelson Arena
April 7, 2011 Rio de Janeiro Citibank Hall
April 9, 2011 Belo Horizonte Mineirinho
April 12, 2011 Lima Peru La Explanada del Monumental
April 14, 2011 Quito Ecuador Coliseo General Rumiñahui
April 16, 2011 Bogotá Colombia Simón Bolívar Park
April 19, 2011 Panama City Panama Figali Convention Center
April 23, 2011 Reno, Nevada United States Reno Events Center [4]
Europe, Leg #3
June 9, 2011 Tampere Finland Sauna Open Air Metal Festival
June 11, 2011 Sölvesborg Sweden Sweden Rock Festival
June 13, 2011 Oberhausen Germany König Pilsener Arena [5]
June 15, 2011 Munich Olympiahalle
June 17, 2011 Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg Rockhal
June 19, 2011 Clisson France Hellfest Summer Open Air
June 21, 2011 London England HMV Hammersmith Apollo
June 23, 2011 Vitoria Spain Azkena Rock Festival
June 26, 2011 Dessel Belgium Graspop Metal Meeting[6]
Europe, Leg #4
August 4, 2011 Wacken Germany Wacken Open Air
August 6, 2011 Kristiansand Norway Odderøya Live
August 9, 2011 Gdańsk Poland Ergo Arena
August 10, 2011 Skanderborg Denmark Skanderborg Festival
  • 1^ = Pre-Ozzfest date at the Buffalo Chip Campground
  • 2^ = Rescheduled from December 12, 2010
  • 3^ = Rescheduled from December 10, 2010
  • 4^ = Rescheduled from January 30, 2011
  • 5^ = Rescheduled from September 16, 2010
  • 6^ = Cancelled


  1. Bark at the Moon
  2. Let Me Hear You Scream
  3. Mr. Crowley
  4. I Don't Know
  5. Fairies Wear Boots (Black Sabbath song)
  6. Suicide Solution
  7. Road to Nowhere
  8. War Pigs (Black Sabbath song)
  9. Shot in the Dark
  10. Rat Salad (With guitar and drum solo)
  11. Iron Man (Black Sabbath song)
  12. I Don't Want to Change the World
  13. Crazy Train
  14. Mama, I'm Coming Home
  15. Paranoid (Black Sabbath song)
  1. I Don't Know
  2. Suicide Solution
  3. Mr Crowley
  4. Goodbye to Romance
  5. War Pigs (Black Sabbath song)
  6. Bark at the Moon
  7. Road to Nowhere
  8. Shot in the Dark
  9. Rat Salad (With guitar and drum solo)
  10. Iron Man (Black Sabbath song)
  11. Fairies wear Boots (Black Sabbath song)
  12. I Don't Want To Change the World
  13. Crazy Train
  14. Mama I'm Coming Home (encore)
  15. Paranoid (Black Sabbath song, encore)

Killer Of Giants was played on the tour but was dropped off the setlist after several shows.

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