Shock-rock icon Alice Cooper is headed back to Orlando this fall

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Alice Cooper — a links-loving man who’s seen actual children thrown into sewers (seriously, read Creative Loafing's interview) — is headed back to Orlando. Today, the 71-year-old shock-rocker announced a November  show at the Hard Rock Live.

The gig is Cooper’s much-anticipated return to the City Beautiful since a March show last year at Hard Rock Live, and other Florida dates on the tour include Fort Myers (November 3 at Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall), Melbourne (November 5 at the Maxwell C. King Center) and Tampa Bay (November 7 at Ruth Eckerd Hall).



There’s a literally insane “Front Row Insanity Package” for this Nov. 6 show at Hard Rock Live that’ll run fans $743.75, but the rest of the tickets (which start at $51.25) go on sale Friday, June 7 at 10 a.m. EDT. More ticketing information can be found here.


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