‘Ol’ Black Eyes’ Alice Cooper to tour Australia in February 2020

Iconic shock rocker Alice Cooper has announced he’s returning to Australia in February 2020 with his all-new Ol’ Black Eyes Is Back show.

Special guests with Alice Cooper on the Australian leg of this international tour will be Aussie rock stalwarts Airbourne along with MC50, featuring Wayne Kramer of the legendary MC5 with an all-star band performing MC5 classics.

Alice Cooper’s new outlandish stage show incorporates a setting inside his Nightmare Castle, and features not only the return of FrankenAlice, but also the new Billion Dollar Baby. With a revamped setlist which includes not only the classic hits but some select deep album tracks and new music.

The tour, presented by TEG Live, will kick off at Perth’s RAC Arena on February 8, moving through Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and finishing at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on February 18.

Tickets for the general public go on sale at 2.00pm (local) Wednesday 21 August 2019 from Ticketek.

The tour is currently playing in North America until 16 August, followed by a 6-week UK European tour, before returning to the United States for further dates in November.

Five decades into his performing career Cooper continues to be constantly working, making new music, touring and delivering his radio show that is heard on over 100 stations including many Australian outlets.

New music from Alice Cooper is also imminent, with the announcement of the September 13 release of mini-album The Breadcrumbs, a tribute to his Detroit rock origins, recorded in Detroit with Detroit musicians, featuring covers of classic Detroit-originated songs.

AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES 2020

Saturday 8 February Perth, RAC Arena
Tuesday 11 February Adelaide, Entertainment Centre
Friday 14 February Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena
Saturday 15 February Sydney, Qudos Bank Arena
Tuesday 18 February Brisbane, Entertainment Centre

GENERAL PUBLIC ONSALE
2.00PM WEDNESDAY 21 AUGUST 2019 (local)
www.ticketek.com.au


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