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Alice Cooper photo by Ros O'Gorman

Alice Cooper photo by Ros O'Gorman

Alice Cooper Upsizes His Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere on June 13, 2017

in News

Alice Cooper is moving his Australian tour to bigger venues in Melbourne and Brisbane.

Melbourne’s Evonne Goolagong Arena show has been moved to Rod Laver Arena, doubling capacity. Brisbane’s Convention Centre show will now be held at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.

Kiss founder Ace Frehely will open for all shows.

Alice Cooper released his new song ‘Paranoic Personaility’ last week. It is the first taste of the upcoming ‘Paranormal’ album.

The 12 track album has been recorded with long-time collaborator Bob Ezrin and features a very special bonus CD – a mini-album consisting of two brand new songs written and recorded together with the original Alice Cooper band members Dennis Dunaway, drummer Neal Smith and guitarist Michael Bruce alongside selected recent live recordings. “Paranormal” also features special guest appearances by U2’s Larry Mullen Jr., ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons and Deep Purple’s Roger Glover.

TOUR DATES: ‘SPEND THE NIGHT WITH ALICE COOPER’ WITH VERY SPECIAL GUEST ACE FREHLEY

Tuesday 17 October, Perth Arena
Thursday 19 October, Thebarton Theatre, Thebarton
Friday 20 October, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne *NEW VENUE & TICKET RELEASE AVAILABLE 12PM ON 14 JUNE
Saturday 21 October, Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Monday 23 October, AIS Arena, Canberra
Tuesday 24 October, Newcastle Entertainment Centre
Wednesday 25 October, Brisbane Entertainment Centre *NEW VENUE & TICKET RELEASE AVAILABLE 12PM ON 14 JUNE

TICKETING INFORMATION: Tickets for the new venues in Melbourne (Rod Laver Arena) and Brisbane (Brisbane Entertainment Centre) will be available from midday on Wednesday, June 14 at www.ticketek.com.au

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