Alice Cooper and The Cult announced details of a co-headlining UK arena tour last year. The acts will hit the road in late May and early June for six arena shows.
The tour is set to begin on May 23 with a show at the Swansea Arena, before the band play at The O2 in London two days later.
Dates in Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham follow before the tour wraps up in Leeds at the First Direct Arena on June 1.
Speaking about the tour, Creeper said: “It is somewhat surreal for us to be able to announce today that Creeper will be joining Alice Cooper and The Cult on their UK arena tour next month.
“It is a dream come true for a band like ours to tour with our heroes and people who have been such an inspiration to us. We cannot wait to be a part of the spectacle each night.”
Tickets for the tour are available here and you can check out the dates here:
23 – Swansea, Arena
25 – London, The O2
27 – Manchester, AO Arena
28 – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
30 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
1 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
Cooper will also make stops at Blue Ridge Rock Festival in Alton, Virginia, on September 9 alongside In Flames, Lamb of God and others, and at Louder Than Life in Louisville, Kentucky on September 24 with Rob Zombie and KISS as part of the tour. Check out the full dates here.
Cooper recently revealed back in January that he is currently working on both his 29th and 30th studio albums simultaneously – less than a year after releasing his 28th.
“One is… totally written, and we’ll be doing bed tracks for that one pretty soon. The other one is just a touch in the future, but that’s being written right now too,” Cooper told presenter and historian Eddie Trunk on his Sirius XM radio show Trunk Nation, describing his new material as “really [being] hard rock”.