Ozzy Osbourne will headline the Monster Energy Aftershock heavy metal music festival at Discovery Park in October.
Ozzy Osbourne will headline the Monster Energy Aftershock heavy metal music festival at Discovery Park in October. Joel Ryan Associated Press file
Ozzy Osbourne will headline the Monster Energy Aftershock heavy metal music festival at Discovery Park in October. Joel Ryan Associated Press file

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June 06, 2017 12:00 PM

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