Alice Cooper has confirmed details of two UK tour dates in Plymouth and Swindon this October.
The shock-rocker, who is known for his theatrical live shows and is regularly beheaded by a fake guillotine on stage, will perform at Plymouth Pavilions on Octber 29 before arriving in Swindon for a date at the Oasis venue on October 30.
Cooper’s live antics are legendary and earlier this year, he joined Foo Fighters at a surprise show marking frontman Dave Grohl’s 46th birthday.
Meanwhile, an album featuring Cooper’s most famous friends recorded under the name Hollywood Vampires, is set for release. Cooper will pay tribute to the social group he used to drink with in the ’70s, which included John Lennon, Keith Moon, Harry Nilsson and Ringo Star on the record.
Cooper has confirmed that the record, which features Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Johnny Depp and more, is “done, mixed [and] ready to go”.
Tickets for Cooper’s upcoming UK dates go on general sale, priced £37.50, on Friday, June 26. However, O2 Priority users will be able to purchase tickets from 9am on Wednesday (June 24).
Alice Cooper will play:
Plymouth, Pavilions (October 29)
Swindon, Oasis (October 30)
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