Ozzy the Bull will roar & move in Birmingham New Street at these times - full schedule

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Here is when to watch Ozzy the Bull from the Commonwealth Games will perform each day at Birmingham New Street

Ozzy the Bull was unveiled in Birmingham New Street yesterday (Wednesday, July 26) with Sharon Osbourne among the hundreds who came to welcome his return to Birmingham after the Commonwealth Games.

The mechanical bull was named after Brummie heavy metal star Ozzy Osbourne and his elder sister Jean joined Sharon to attended the opening ceremony.

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The bull wowed audiences with his performance during the Opening Ceremony of the Commonwealth Games 2022 and was known as the raging bull. He was initially destined for the scrap heap after the performance at the global event but Brummies campaigned to save him. After a voting process, he was named after the Black Sabbath and Heavy Metal co-founder.

The mechanical bull performed for the first time in New Street yesterday - with his eyes lit-up eyes, and his head moving as he roared and swished his tail. The performance will continue for the next 10 days - when Birmingham Festival 2023 will be on.

Here is when to watch Ozzy the Bull perform at New Street

The sequence of moving eyes, head, tail and a roar will last for several minutes and will be repeated hourly quarter past the hour between 8am and 8pm for ten days starting yesterday (July 26) until Saturday, August 5. Here are the daily times for each day with the first performance at 8.15am and the last performance at 7.15pm.

Here are all the times that Ozzy the Bull will perform at New Street each day until 5 August: 8.15am; 9.15am; 10.15am; 11.15am; 12.15pm; 1.15pm; 2.15pm; 3.15pm; 4.15pm; 5.15pm; 6.15pm; 7.15pm

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