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Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 1,185,502
Category Rock, Rock N Roll, Shock Rock
Concerts
Apr
25
Pandemonium 2024
Sydney Olympic Park
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Apr
27
Pandemonium 2024
Southport
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Apr
28
Pandemonium 2024
Sandstone Point
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Jun
05
Sweden Rock Festival 2023
Sölvesborg
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Jun
06
Trondheim Rocks 2024
Trondheim
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Jun
09
Gröna Lund 2024
Stockholm
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Jun
11
Musikhuset
Århus
Tickets
Jun
12
Stadtpark-Open-Air-Bühne
Hamburg
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Jun
13
Novarock 2024
Nickelsdorf
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Jun
14
Banská Bystrica centrum
Banská Bystrica
Tickets
Jun
17
Enteria arena
Pardubice
Tickets
Jun
19
Alice Cooper @ The Hall
Dübendorf
Tickets
Jun
20
Graspop Metal Meeting 2024
Dessel
Tickets
Jun
22
Waldbühne Northeim
Northeim
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Jun
23
Heavy Weekend
Maxeville
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Jun
26
Resurrection Fest 2024
Viveiro
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Jun
28
alma festival 2024
Barcelona
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Jul
01
Stadionpark
Nürnberg
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Jul
02
Junge Garde
Dresden
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Jul
04
Schlosshof
Butzbach
Tickets
Jul
06
Pinot & Rock
Breisach
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Jul
07
Pause Guitare Sud De France
Albi
Tickets
Jul
08
Montreux Jazz Festival 2024
Montreux
Tickets
Jul
10
Pordenone Blues Festival
Pordenone
Tickets
Jul
12
Bospop Festival 2024
Weert
Tickets
Jul
30
The Avalon Ballroom Theatre At Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort
Niagara Falls
Tickets
Jul
31
Palace Theatre
Albany
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Aug
02
Wings Event Center
Kalamazoo
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Aug
03
Mississippi Valley Fair
Davenport
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Aug
04
Peoria Civic Center
Peoria
Tickets
Aug
06
Rose Music Center at The Heights
Huber Heights
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Aug
07
BMO Center
Rockford
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Aug
10
River Spirit Event Center
Tulsa
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Aug
11
Hartman Arena
Park City
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Aug
13
Mission Ballroom
Denver
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Aug
15
Harrah's Resort Southern California
Valley Center
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Aug
16
OC Fair & Event Center
Costa Mesa
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Aug
17
Casino Del Sol
Tucson
Tickets
Aug
20
Isleta Amphitheater
Albuquerque
Tickets
Aug
22
Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre
Salt Lake City
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Aug
24
Pinnacle Bank Arena
Lincoln
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Aug
25
Xcel Energy Center
Saint Paul
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Aug
27
American Family Insurance Amphitheater
Milwaukee
Tickets
Aug
28
Blossom Music Center
Cuyahoga Falls
Tickets
Aug
30
Pine Knob Music Theatre
Clarkston
Tickets
Aug
31
Ruoff Music Center
Noblesville
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Sep
01
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Maryland Heights
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Sep
03
The Pavilion at Star Lake
Burgettstown
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Sep
04
Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview
Syracuse
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Sep
06
Xfinity Center
Mansfield
Tickets
Sep
07
PNC Bank Arts Center
Holmdel
Tickets
Sep
08
Freedom Mortgage Pavilion
Camden
Tickets
Sep
10
Jiffy Lube Live
Bristow
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Sep
11
PNC Music Pavilion
Charlotte
Tickets
Sep
12
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
Alpharetta
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Sep
14
Germania Insurance Amphitheater
Austin
Tickets
Sep
15
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
The Woodlands
Tickets
Sep
17
Walmart AMP
Rogers
Tickets
Sep
18
Dickies Arena
Fort Worth
Tickets
Oct
02
Zénith de Paris
Paris
Tickets
Oct
03
Porsche Arena
Stuttgart
Tickets
Oct
04
EmslandArena
Lingen
Tickets
Oct
06
Rudolf Weber-ARENA
Oberhausen
Tickets
Oct
08
Olympiahalle
München
Tickets
Oct
09
Max-Schmeling-Halle
Berlin
Tickets
Oct
11
Arena Leipzig
Leipzig
Tickets
Oct
12
Rockhal
Esch-sur-alzette
Tickets
Oct
14
OVO Hydro
Glasgow
Tickets
Oct
16
Utilita Arena Birmingham
Birmingham
Tickets
Oct
17
AO Arena
Manchester
Tickets
Oct
18
First Direct Arena
Leeds
Tickets
Oct
20
Eventim Apollo
London
Tickets
Oct
21
Eventim Apollo
London
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About Alice Cooper
In 1975, Alice Cooper joined forces with longtime collaborator and producer Bob Ezrin to record his first solo album Welcome to My Nightmare, a theatrical concept album about the nightmares of a young boy named Steven. Now, he’s followed Steven into adulthood and presents Welcome 2 My Nightmare, a new but familiar concept album about the fear, anxiety and disgust that haunt Alice Cooper’s dreams in an era of Facebook, Lady Gaga, Sketchers and Angry Birds. “Alice hates technology, disco is still a nightmare for him and working in a cubicle from nine-to-five would give him cold sweats,” Cooper says. “At the same time, this is a nightmare so all these normal life things are thrown into this crazy world that’s only logical when you’re in the nightmare. You could have an elephant in your garage, and you’re on the lawn in a pink tutu cooking hot dogs. And at the time it’s fine. But when you wake up you go, ‘How insane is that? Where did that come from?’ So we realized that having Alice in a modern-world nightmare is a great place to come from theatrically because we can go anywhere we want and make it as insane as possible.” A wild, surreal odyssey, Welcome 2 My Nightmare provided Cooper and Ezrin the opportunity to work with numerous musicians and experiment with various musical styles. The three surviving members of the original band, guitarist Michael Bruce, bassist Dennis Dunaway and drummer Neal Smith, co-wrote three songs and they all played on “When Hell Comes Home,” a gritty ‘70s-style rock track about the nightmare of domestic abuse. “I wanted the song to feel like it was off of Love it to Death or Killer, Cooper says. “But we never had to talk about playing the song ‘70s-style, they just did it. It was great and there was nothing we could do to make it any more ‘70s ‘cause that’s just the way these guys play.” The collaborations with his fellow original band members stemmed from their 2010 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, for which they reunited to play four songs. “I was always looking for a logical reason to work with them again,” Cooper says. “When we broke up there was no bad blood. Most bands break up and they start suing each other. We never broke up on that level. We broke up on a very friendly level. ‘You go do what you’re gonna do, I’m gonna do what I’m gonna do. Let’s see what happens.’ When we got in the Hall of Fame I called them up and I said, ‘We have to do four songs. Let’s get together and rehearse.’ And they sounded great. They played great. We did a few projects after that. We played a couple times together. And I said, ‘Let’s keep it going. Let’s get these guys on the album.’ And Bob said, ‘That’s a great idea. Let’s write with these guys.’ It just worked.” The first single from Welcome 2 My Nightmare, “I’ll Bite Your Face Off,” is about a gorgeous but deadly female who takes Alice by the hand and guides him through the various scenes of his nightmare. The song was co-written by Neal Smith and features a swaggering ‘60s British rock rhythm, brash, bluesy guitars and sneering, seductive vocals. “We tried to make this sound as much like early Rolling Stones as possible and we really did capture that,” Cooper says. “We’ve been doing it onstage and the audience sings along without knowing the song.” On “Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever,” Cooper combines a tongue-in-cheek disco beat and rhythm with near-rap vocals and lyrics about taking a machine gun to zombie disco dancers who refuse to die. Then there’s the zany surf rock of “Ghoul’s Gone Wild,” the derelict down-on-his-luck slur of “The Last Man on Earth,” and the Beatles meet Gary Glitter show tune “The Congregation,” which stars Rob Zombie as a narrator describing such modern-day nightmares as telemarketers, lawyers, pimps, mariachi bands and mimes. One of the highlights for Cooper is the throbbing, modern rocker “What Baby Wants,” which stars Ke$ha as the devil. “Some people thought I was crazy to have Ke$ha on the record, but I never saw her as one of these Britney Spears diva girls. I saw her more as a rock singer. So I said, ‘Let’s present you not as a diva, but as a rock singer on this.’ We wrote the song together and in the end the darker lyrics were hers.” Like The original Welcome To My Nightmare, which was highlighted by “Only Women Bleed,” Welcome 2 My Nightmare also features a lovelorn ballad, “Something to Remember Me By,” which was written with Dick Wagner back when they released “I Never Cry” in 1976. “We never used it on an album before because I never felt I was good enough to sing that song,” Cooper reflects. “It was never in my key, I could never get it right. Finally, we got it where my voice is in the right place so we included it and it may be the prettiest ballad we ever wrote. Steve Hunter played guitar on it and we really got a nice Beatles-y sound out of it. So when you’re listening to it you hear this really pretty romantic song and then you realize that in the Nightmare Alice is singing to a pile of bones that used to be a girl.” Fans of the first Welcome To My Nightmare will recognize melodic references to the original woven throughout the new record. For example, in the cinematic minor-key song “The Nightmare Returns,” Ezrin plays the theme from “Steven” when Cooper sings, “I think we’ve heard that song before.” “I really like the idea of having some of the musical identity of the first album showing up in the second album,” Cooper says. “It really connects the two and if you’re a real Alice fan and you hear those themes it makes you feel comfortable.” Welcome To My Nightmare, which came out in 1975, was a landmark album for Cooper. It was his first solo release, following a historic string of anthems written and recorded by the original band between 1971 and 1974, including “School’s Out,” “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” “Elected,” and “I’m Eighteen.” A multimedia smash long before the dawn of music television, Welcome To My Nightmare proved that Cooper could remain popular musically and could take theatricality to an entirely new level of dream by exposing audiences to the crippling fears of a seven-year-old child with an active imagination. Welcome To My Nightmare spawned two major singles, the ominous, anthemic title track and the beautiful, melancholy acoustic ballad “Only Women Bleed,” and featured narration by horror movie icon Vincent Price. In addition to touring the live “Welcome To My Nightmare” show, Cooper created the prime time special The Nightmare, which was essentially the first long form music video. The program debuted in April 1975. In September he shot the concert film “Welcome To My Nightmare” at London’s Wembley Arena. “A seven-year-old kid is pretty sure there’s something living in the closet and thinks that something is waiting for him under his bed,” Cooper says. “His toys are probably coming to life and trying to kill him. And I thought, ‘Well, that’s a good general approach for the album because we’ve all been kids and we’ve all had those nightmares.’” From his first solo album, 1975's Welcome to My Nightmare through releases such as 1994's The Last Temptation and 2000's Brutal Planet, concept albums have been a specialty of Alice's, and this time he spins the story of a serial killer who imagines himself as the most predatory of all insects, trapping his prey, killing them, then enveloping his eight victims in silk, taking a leg from each of them. A web of intrigue, wrapped around some serious hard rock. Co-produced by Alice with the team of Danny Saber [Black Grape, Rolling Stones, Ozzy Osbourne, David Bowie] and Greg Hampton [Bootsy Collins, Buckethead], songs like the opening "I Know Where You Live" and "Vengeance Is Mine," featuring a snaking metal guitar solo from Slash himself, evoke such classic Alice anthems as "Is it My Body," and "Under My Wheels" along with landmark albums like Love It To Death, Killer and School's Out. There's also a patented rock ballad in the tradition of "Only Women Bleed" and "I Never Cry" with "Killed by Love." Along Came a Spider features Cooper's touring band of drummer Eric Singer, bassist Chuck Garric and guitarists Keri Kelli and Jason Hook. Songwriting was handled by Alice with Saber, Hampton, Garric, Kelli and a few friends including former band member Damon Johnson and Warrant's Jani Lane. Along Came a Spider has elements of serial killers such as Hannibal Lecter, Son of Sam, Ted Bundy, Jack the Ripper, Sweeney Todd and Psycho's Norman Bates with Alice himself taking the central part, acting out the murderer's diary -- challenging reality by Alice Cooper inhabiting the identity of a serial killer who imagines himself a spider. As he has in the past, Alice chronicles a classic battle between good and evil, with inevitable results. "Evil should get punished," says Alice. "It should never win. And that, to me, is what's most satisfying. I may love Darth Vader when I watch Star Wars, but I feel relief when he finally gets what's coming to him." ...Read Alice's full biography @ AliceCooper.com
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Genres
Rock, Rock N Roll, Shock Rock
Band members
ORIGINAL BAND:, DENNIS DUNAWAY - BASS, CURRENT BAND:, ALICE COOPER - VOCALS, GLEN SOBEL - DRUMS, RYAN ROXIE - GUITAR, MICHAEL BRUCE - GUITAR, NITA STRAUSS - GUITAR, GLEN BUXTON - GUITAR, NEAL SMITH - DRUMS, CHUCK GARRIC - BASS, TOMMY HENRIKSEN - GUITAR
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What fans are saying
Steve Young
5 / 5
Absolutely brilliant, outstanding show kicked off by quality support in a band called Creeper who did a great job warming up, well worth looking out for in the future! Then the Cult, well what a performance, the band were absolutely stunning, from command of the stage and audience to the musical showmanship, brilliant news to hear Ian Asbury say they have new music on the way and hopefully a tour, thoroughly enjoyed them, if the show had finished then we would have been happy, but, Then the fabulous Alice Cooper, once again an entertaining theatrical performance, from an appearance of Frankenstein's monster to the guillotine, dead babies and hunchback's, an absolutely tight well drilled band, Ryan Roxy, Nita Strauss, Tommy Henriksen, and fronted by the man who plays Alice Cooper! If you haven't already experienced this band before and love rock music and theatre then don't delay! Only issue was it passed too quickly!!!!
AO Arena Manchester, United Kingdom
May 28, 2022
Valerie
5 / 5
I am giving Alice 5 stars because as always his show rocked. I was not crazy about how long it took to get into the venue considering it was almost 100 degrees outside. Fortunately I picked seats on the shady side. I was glad I could see the screen on the side. We were in the 4th row and was glad I wasn't on the floor. Definitely not enough concessions for this kind of show. It took over an hour just for my SO to get a hot dog. I was glad I had gotten my lemonade as we walked in. A lot of confusion over people trying to get down to the floor and not having wristbands. Stayed for Def Leppard but then I was out of there. Too much congestion trying to get through to get out. Not sorry we went but don't know that I would go again.
Sun Bowl Stadium El Paso, TX
Aug 31, 2023
Laurie
5 / 5
It was great as always, but Alice stayed on his right side of the stage most of the time and there were a lot of us on his left side of the stage upset about that. Also I have been trying to get his cane for over 48 years now and he seems to always hands it to a few of the same people that have gotten one in the past. I have had over 5 back surgeries and a botched knee job that doesn’t allow me to stand much anymore. Is there anyway that Alice would take pity on me and help me get one of his canes? I have been to his concerts since the early 70’s, and with my health I’m running out of time. Thank you so very much, and long live the COOP!! Laurie Marcukaitis
Fox Cities Performing Arts Center Appleton, WI
Jan 20, 2023
Nicole
5 / 5
Alice was totally awesome! Hit after hit (though I really hoped he'd do "I Wanna Be Elected") and not a lot of yakking between songs. For somebody who's had as long a career as Alice has I'm blown away by the energy and passion he still puts into it. If I could review the bands separately I'd say five stars for Alice, but the opening band could up their game a bit. Buckcherry talked too much between songs. They could've been forgiven if the banter had been clever or original, but it wasn't really. If I was fifteen and got big thrills out of hearing rockstars loudly and publicly shout words mummy would never let me use in the house, I might've been entertained. As that isn't the case for me, I say "Less talk more rock."
Winsport Arena Calgary, AB
Apr 17, 2022
Anonymous
5 / 5
Hard to believe that Alice and crew are still bringing it so hard. They absolutely rocked the Modell Lyric in Baltimore. Crisp clear sound with vocals that were as if he was still 18. I leaned over to my buddy and exclaimed just how great he sounded live. Having seen Rush with Geddy up in years and Guns N Roses front man Axel not being able to hit those notes they used to... this was not so for Alice Cooper. He sounded fantastic with great stage presence and a show to go with it. The trip guitar ensemble that accompanied the night was a real pleasure which took me back to those hard driving power chords from the mid-seventies and eighties. Would go see him again in a heartbeat!
The Modell Lyric Baltimore, MD
Mar 06, 2018
John
5 / 5
Alice Cooper and his band never seize to amaze me.His spontaneous fun with crowed is just as amazing.A young girl fan gets gently roughed up while taking a video during only women bleed ,then he gives her his cane.A women tries to get her picture took with her back against the stage and there he was.Grabbing her head for the picture.His show ,songs, surprises could have gone on endlessly. He is my favorite show and I will always See him when he comes to Milwaukee.Thanks Tommy and Chuck for the picks!And I got A Alice Cooper hundred.Also the bouncer on the right side of the stage would let people get a little close for a picture but would not let it get out of control which kept it fun.Thanks for a great night everyone envolved.
Miller High Life Theatre Milwaukee, WI
May 05, 2023
Dennis
5 / 5
That was a Great Concert!! My Wife and I were in the front row and we were up close and personal with the bands. I enjoyed watching Stevie D of Buckcherry playing Guitar and tapping the sound controls with his foot plus his interaction to the young girl sitting by us. He shook her hand and gave her a guitar pick and she had a big smile on her face. And for Alice Cooper Tommy and Nita were in front of us and besides us. And Ryan Roxie was a little shocked that I was wearing a Nita Strauss shirt and not one of his like I normally do. Alice was just inches away from us. It was truly a Great Concert and a great venue for a concert. Thanks for the show!!
Washington Pavilion Sioux Falls, SD
Apr 06, 2022
Annette
4 / 5
Excellent show. Seemed like a greatest hits show - and there were plenty of them. The supporting band is excellent - seamless. Clearly have been together for a while. Honestly - I saw Alice Cooper last year for the first time. Just never was anything I thought I would want to go see - until I actually did go. And I will go every opportunity I have now. Seriously - it’s a great show. He does not disappoint. I missed the huge baby prop used during Billion Dollar Babies this time. But I get it - the stage was smaller and I don’t think they could safely use the prop in this venue. If you are wondering whether or not to go - just do it. Go. Great show.
St. Augustine Amphitheatre Saint Augustine Shores, FL
Oct 07, 2023
Paul
5 / 5
Hobart Arena is a great place to see a show. Parking is a little wacky (parking in the park across the street) but once at the venue it is easy in and easy out. All the staff were super friendly. The seats were comfy while we waited for it to start. The sound was excellent as well, although at times the guitars seemed to be turned down a bit. Alice was Alice. Always a great show. He played for about an hour and 40 minutes. Yes he had the snake. Yes he had the guillotine. Yes he wore top hats and played with the props...lol. Always an entertaining show, but then again I am biased as I have loved Alice Cooper for over 45 years. Alice Cooper 2024!
Hobart Arena Troy, OH
Oct 12, 2023
Arthur
5 / 5
Ace Frehley opened up the night, his band is great, and Ace has never sounded better! He’s back in the New York groove and tearing up the stage! Alice Cooper was amazing! I’ve seen him play multiple times including the Warfield before the pandemic hit. He always puts on an amazing show but the one in Paso Robles has been the best so far, complete with a giant Alice monster, reminiscent of (Eddie) from Iron Maiden and and a scary and hilarious demon baby for the song Billion Dollar Babies. That’s just a small sample of the tricks Mr. Cooper has in his bag. With an incredibly talented band under his command and fantastic stage set up this is definitely a show worth seeing.
Vina Robles Amphitheatre Paso Robles, CA
Apr 25, 2022
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Holmdel, NJ Alpharetta, GA Davenport, IA Dübendorf, Switzerland Århus, Denmark Austin, TX Barcelona, Spain Sölvesborg, Sweden Charlotte, NC Hamburg, Germany Nickelsdorf, Austria Paris, France Southport, Australia Rogers, AR Viveiro, Spain Cuyahoga Falls, OH Oberhausen, Germany Butzbach, Germany Costa Mesa, CA Valley Center, CA Trondheim, Norway Milwaukee, WI Burgettstown, PA Leipzig, Germany Dresden, Germany Park City, KS Berlin, Germany Manchester, United Kingdom Pordenone, Italy Leeds, United Kingdom Syracuse, NY Denver, CO Montreux, Switzerland London, United Kingdom Tucson, AZ Sydney Olympic Park, Australia Lincoln, NE Albi, France Banská Bystrica, Slovakia The Woodlands, TX Northeim, Germany Nürnberg, Germany Albany, NY Maxéville, France Fort Worth, TX Camden, NJ Saint Paul, MN Clarkston, MI Peoria, IL Breisach am Rhein, Germany Stockholm, Sweden Rockford, IL Birmingham, United Kingdom Kalamazoo, MI Pardubice, Czechia Huber Heights, OH Sandstone Point, Australia Niagara Falls, ON Salt Lake City, UT Glasgow, United Kingdom Dessel, Belgium Albuquerque, NM Stuttgart, Germany Mansfield, MA Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg Noblesville, IN Tulsa, OK Weert, Netherlands Bristow, VA Lingen, Germany Munich, Germany Maryland Heights, MO

Frequently Asked Questions About Alice Cooper

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Alice Cooper on tour?

Yes, Alice Cooper is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Alice Cooper concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Alice Cooper tour is scheduled for 73 dates across 72 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Alice Cooper scheduled to play?

Alice Cooper is scheduled to play 73 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Alice Cooper tour start?

Alice Cooper’s tour starts Apr 25, 2024 and ends on Oct 21, 2024. They will play 72 cities; their most recent concert was held in Sydney Olympic Park at Cathy Freeman Park and their next upcoming concert will be in Alpharetta at Ameris Bank Amphitheatre.

What venues is Alice Cooper performing at?

As part of the Alice Cooper tour, Alice Cooper is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 25 - Sydney Olympic Park, NSW @ Cathy Freeman Park
Apr 27 - Southport, QLD @ Broadwater Parklands
Apr 28 - Sandstone Point, QLD @ Sandstone Point Hotel
Jun 05 - Sölvesborg, Blekinge län @ Sweden Rock Festival
Jun 06 - Trondheim, Trøndelag @ E.C.Dahls Bryggeri. Pub Og Kjøkken
Jun 09 - Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden @ Gröna Lund
Jun 11 - Århus, Midtjylland @ Musikhuset Aarhus
Jun 12 - Hamburg, HH @ Stadtpark-Open-Air-Bühne
Jun 13 - Nickelsdorf, Austria @ Pannonia Fields II
Jun 14 - Banská Bystrica, Banskobystrický kraj @ Banská Bystrica centrum
Jun 17 - Pardubice, Pardubický kraj @ Enteria arena
Jun 19 - Dübendorf, Switzerland @ THE HALL
Jun 20 - Dessel, Belgium @ Plein Air
Jun 22 - Northeim, NDS @ Waldbühne Northeim
Jun 23 - Maxeville, France @ Zénith de Nancy
Jun 26 - Viveiro, GA @ Resurrection Fest
Jun 28 - Barcelona, Spain @ Poble Espanyol
Jul 01 - Nürnberg, Germany @ Stadionpark
Jul 02 - Dresden, Germany @ Junge Garde
Jul 04 - Butzbach, Germany @ Schlosshof
Jul 06 - Breisach, BW @ Breisach am Rhein - Altstadt
Jul 07 - Albi, Occitanie @ Parc De Loisir Pratgraussal
Jul 08 - Montreux, ETR @ 2m2c Montreux Music & Convention Centre
Jul 10 - Pordenone, Italy @ Parco San Valentino
Jul 12 - Weert, LI @ Bospop
Jul 30 - Niagara Falls, ON @ The Avalon Ballroom Theatre At Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort
Jul 31 - Albany, NY @ Palace Theatre
Aug 02 - Kalamazoo, MI @ Wings Event Center
Aug 03 - Davenport, IA @ Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds
Aug 04 - Peoria, IL @ Peoria Civic Center
Aug 06 - Huber Heights, OH @ Rose Music Center at The Heights
Aug 07 - Rockford, IL @ BMO Center
Aug 10 - Tulsa, OK @ River Spirit Event Center
Aug 11 - Park City, KS @ Hartman Arena
Aug 13 - Denver, CO @ Mission Ballroom
Aug 15 - Valley Center, CA @ Harrah's Resort Southern California
Aug 16 - Costa Mesa, CA @ OC Fair & Event Center
Aug 17 - Tucson, AZ @ Casino Del Sol
Aug 20 - Albuquerque, NM @ Isleta Amphitheater
Aug 22 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre
Aug 24 - Lincoln, NE @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
Aug 25 - Saint Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
Aug 27 - Milwaukee, WI @ American Family Insurance Amphitheater
Aug 28 - Cuyahoga Falls, OH @ Blossom Music Center
Aug 30 - Clarkston, MI @ Pine Knob Music Theatre
Aug 31 - Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Music Center
Sep 01 - Maryland Heights, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Sep 03 - Burgettstown, PA @ The Pavilion at Star Lake
Sep 04 - Syracuse, NY @ Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview
Sep 06 - Mansfield, MA @ Xfinity Center
Sep 07 - Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center
Sep 08 - Camden, NJ @ Freedom Mortgage Pavilion
Sep 10 - Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live
Sep 11 - Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music Pavilion
Sep 12 - Alpharetta, GA @ Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
Sep 14 - Austin, TX @ Germania Insurance Amphitheater
Sep 15 - The Woodlands, TX @ The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Sep 17 - Rogers, AR @ Walmart AMP
Sep 18 - Fort Worth, TX @ Dickies Arena
Oct 02 - Paris, 75 @ Zénith de Paris
Oct 03 - Stuttgart, BW @ Porsche Arena
Oct 04 - Lingen, DE @ EmslandArena
Oct 06 - Oberhausen, Germany @ Rudolf Weber-ARENA
Oct 08 - München, BY @ Olympiahalle
Oct 09 - Berlin, Germany @ Max-Schmeling-Halle
Oct 11 - Leipzig, SN @ Arena Leipzig
Oct 12 - Esch-sur-alzette, 03 @ Rockhal
Oct 14 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ OVO Hydro
Oct 16 - Birmingham, West Midlands @ Utilita Arena Birmingham
Oct 17 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ AO Arena
Oct 18 - Leeds, United Kingdom @ First Direct Arena
Oct 20 - London, United Kingdom @ Eventim Apollo
Oct 21 - London, United Kingdom @ Eventim Apollo
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