Alice Cooper, who released his 27th album, "Paranormal", last July via earMUSIC, has announced his summer 2018 tour plans. Following on his current "A Paranormal Evening With Alice Cooper" March run, the tireless legend will embark on another North American trek. The summer tour kicks off on August 3 at the Wisconsin State Fair and winds through the U.S. and Canada before wrapping up in September.
This leg is also "A Paranormal Evening With Alice Cooper". The Las Vegas and Los Angeles dates will feature special guest — guitarist Ace Frehley.
Aug. 03 - West Allis, WI - Wisconsin State Fair
Aug. 05 - Sioux Falls, SD - Washington Pavilion
Aug. 06 - Kansas City, MO - Kauffman Center for The Performing Arts
Aug. 08 - Colorado Springs, CO - Pike's Peak Center
Aug. 10 - Las Vegas, NV - The Chelsea
Aug. 12 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre
Aug. 14 - San Jose, CA - City National Civic
Aug. 15 - Jackson, CA - Jackson Rancheria Casino
Aug. 18 - Bonner, MT - Kettlehouse Amphitheater
Aug. 19 - Everett, WA - Angel of the Winds Arena
Aug. 20 - Vancouver, BC - Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Aug. 22 - Calgary, AB - Southern Jubilee Auditorium
Aug. 23 - Edmonton, AB - Northern Jubilee Auditorium
Aug. 25 - Saskatoon, SK - SaskTel Centre
Aug. 26 - Estevan, SK - Affinity Place
Aug. 28 - Winnipeg, MB - Burton Cummings Theatre
Aug. 29 - Thunder Bay, ON - Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
Aug. 30 - St. Paul, MN - Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
Sep. 01 - Ft. Wayne, IN - Foellinger Theatre
Sep. 02 - Huber Heights, OH - Rose Music Center at The Heights
Sep. 04 - Cincinnati, OH - Taft Theatre
Sep. 06 - New York, NY - Beacon Theatre
Sep. 07 - York, PA - York Fair
In other Alice Cooper news, he will portray King Herod in the upcoming live television production of "Jesus Christ Superstar". The show is set to air on Easter Sunday (April 1) on NBC.
Produced by Bob Ezrin, "Paranormal" was immediately saluted as a classic album, strong of the collaboration with iconic guests such as ZZ TOP's Billy Gibbons, U2's Larry Mullen and DEEP PURPLE's Roger Glover.
Cooper, who turned 70 last month, said in a 2017 interview that he has no plans to retire from touring. "The live show is something I'll never give up," he said. "To me, the lyrics to the songs are the script to what's going to happen on stage. If you sing 'Welcome To My Nightmare', you have to give the fans something. There are places where you have to kill the ballerina, you know. That's how I design the show. It's all about the lyrics."