If you thought Alice Cooper was going to take a break following his previously announced tour schedule, then you would be wrong (and not a very good fan). On Monday (June 3), the musician announced plans to hit the road once more in late 2019. Dubbed the “An Evening With…” tour, the trek will find the original shock rocker performing at venues throughout November.
The 14-stop excursion will include shows in Orlando, Indianapolis, Biloxi, Montgomery, Greensville, Roanoke, and more. The upcoming tour begins on Nov. 3 at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall in Fort Myers, Florida and concludes a few weeks later on Nov. 29 at the Mystic Lake Casino Showroom in Prior Lake, Minnesota. Additional shows will reportedly be announced at a later date.
The slew of newly added tour dates may be an indication that Cooper’s follow-up to 2017 Paranormal may be closer than we all thought. Cooper’s last release was A Paranormal Experience in Paris, which came out in 2018.
Cooper’s newly announced tour dates come a month or so before he heads out on his summer outing with Halestorm. The 19-stop jaunt kicks off on July 17 at the PPL Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania and concludes a month later on Aug. 16 at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey. The forthcoming trek will find Cooper debuting his brand new “Ol’ Black Eyes is Back” show, which will look different than his recent tour.
The full list of tour dates can be found here.
Last month, Cooper joined his Hollywood Vampires bandmates Joe Perry and Johnny Depp for the supergroup’s short tour in support of their brand new album, Rise. The record, the group’s sophomore effort, is due out June 21 through earMUSIC.