Ozzy Osbourne announces five day Ozzfiesta complete with golf tournament and dinner party

The festival will take place in a five star luxury resort in Mexico

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Golf clubs and dinner parties are not normally the reserve of heavy metal rockers, but that’s what Ozzy Osbourne has in store for punters at his new Ozzfiesta festival.

The five-day event in Mexico will include performances by Ozzy Osbourne and his band, as well as a comedy night, charity golf tournament, dinner party hosted by Sharon Osbourne and an “intimate beachside closing night performance”.

The festival, which takes place at the five star Hard Rock Hotel in Mexico next year, will cost $1,899 (£1187) for adults, $499 (£312) for children and $100 (£63) for toddlers.

The first 500 rooms sold in the “luxurious resort” will also include a meet and greet with the Black Sabbath singer, according to the festival’s website.

Osbourne has previously held a series of annual Ozzfest events in the US, but his Ozzfiesta marks the first time the singer has taken his festival to Mexico.

The singer and his wife Sharon, who also works as his manager, created the first Ozzfest in 1996, which has since seen performances from Marilyn Manson, Slipknot, System of a Down and Black Label Society.

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