Two huge tributes in a single night.

Ozzbest are the ultimate tribute to the work and career of the Prince of Darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne. With nearly fifty years worth of material to draw from, their set features classic after classic, from the early days of Black Sabbath through to the Zakk Wylde-era Ozzy solo show. Many tribute bands focus on one specific lineup, or era of a band or artist, Ozzbest seamlessly blend the best elements from Ozzy’s entire career, capturing the essence of one of rock’s greatest front-men rather than a particular moment in history. From doom-laden Iommi riffs to the precision of Randy‘s lead work and on to Zakk’s shredding, Ozzbest’s line-up are able to to do equal justice to them all.

Megadeth UK were formed fifteen years ago. Taking inspiration from the early years of the thrash giants, their set lists include some rare b-sides and some of the later classic tunes. They have played many festivals and shows extensively across the UK from Aberdeen to Lands End, plus other European venues. Their highlight this far has been playing with Megadeth themselves in November 2015 in London.

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Derby Hall @ The Met
£17 door / £14 advance (inc fees)

Standing event with limited balcony seating.

Please note: The advance booking discount is available until 5pm on the day of the event, and is applied after you add your tickets to the cart.

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