Alice Cooper coming to Brisbane

PUT all suspicions at bay, allay all fears, and quash all rumours:  Alice Cooper is coming to Brisbane at the end of the month.

Since the cancellation earlier this month of the Soundwave Revolution festival tour, many of the affected artists have been rumoured as not making their way down to Australia this September.  But Alice is definitely coming, Chugg Entertainment confirmed.

Kicking off in New Zealand with a show at The Trusts Stadium in Auckland on Thursday 22nd September, the tour then hits Australia to kick off a run of dates starting in Brisbane on Saturday 24th September at the Brisbane Convention Centre, then down to Sydney for the Enmore Theatre show on Monday 26th September. 

Alice brings his No More Mr Nice Guy tour, which has played to audiences in North America, South America and Europe since May, and which has received rave reviews from both fans and media worldwide. 

His highly anticipated return to Australia & New Zealand coincides with the release of his new album,Welcome 2 My Nightmare, out through Sony Music on Friday 23rd September. 

The album, produced by longtime collaborator Bob Ezrin - who also produced the original Welcome To My Nightmare album in 1975 – features a host of special guests (including the three other surviving members of the original band, “Nightmare” guitarists Steve Hunter and Dick Wagner, Alice’s touring band, Vince Gill, Rob Zombie, and, most shockingly, Ke$ha) as Alice revisits his legendary nightmares.

For booking information visit www.ticketmaster.com.au

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