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The reunited BLACK SABBATH has been confirmed for this year's edition of the Lollapalooza festival, which takes place on August 3-5 at Grant Park in downtown Chicago.
BLACK SABBATH was supposed to tour the U.S. this year in support of a new album, but guitarist Tony Iommi's cancer diagnosis put those plans on hold.
Ozzy Osbourne's wife and manager, Sharon, said recently that SABBATH would now play just one date each in North America and the U.K.
It was the decision by Lollapalooza organizers 15 years ago to deny Ozzy a spot on the bill that led him and Sharon to launch Ozzfest.
When asked if drummer Bill Ward, who is currently jammed up with Sabbath over a contract dispute, will participate in the band's U.S. show, Sharon said "We really don't know. It's up to Bill. The door is open for him to join us."
Meanwhile, Ozzy, Iommi and bassist Geezer Butler are in London continuing to record their first album together in 33 years, although without Ward it is not the original SABBATH reunion that was announced last November.