Ozzy Osbourne is headlining a special one-night-only version of Ozzfest on New Year's Eve (December 31st) at the Forum in Los Angeles, where he'll be joined by Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Korn frontman Jonathan Davis, Black Label Society, Body Count and four other yet-to-be announced acts.

Black Label Society and the four acts to be named will perform on a special second stage outside the venue, while the event will also include other holiday festivities that will be announced in the weeks ahead. The evening will end with Ozzy leading the crowd in the countdown to 2019 at midnight.

Ozzy said, “I asked Sharon what we're doing this New Year's Eve and she said, 'We're doing f**k-all!' So I thought, 'We didn't do Ozzfest in 2018, so let's do a New Year's Eve Ozzfest.'” Tickets for the show go on sale Friday (October 26th) at 10:00 a.m.. PT, with more information available at Ozzfest.com.

Ozzfest began as a groundbreaking traveling festival in 1996 and has morphed over the years into an occasional and sometimes annual destination event. Ozzy told us a while back that he was okay with Ozzfest becoming an on-again, off-again event: “If it takes off again, fine. If it doesn't, well, that's also fine because, you know, it's been great for us. I mean, we've had a — I'm really happy that we've been able to launch new bands into the arena, you know. A good few many bands got successful from the Ozzfest. You know, we'll see what happens. You never know, it could go on, it could not.” was really concerned about checking my blood.”

Ozzy is on the mend now but says he hasn't “been able to do anything” since he got home. He explained, “I'm right-handed. You can't wipe your own a**. And I didn't have many f**king volunteers who would do it for me.”

The singer has already rescheduled the four scrapped shows for July 2019.