Alice Cooper cancels upcoming March-April shows; joins lineup of 2021 Monsters of Rock Cruise

Add Alice Cooper to the growing list of artists whose tours have been affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The famed shock rocker has postponed all of his scheduled concerts running from March 31 through April 22.

A message on Cooper’s official website reports, “The tour is being rescheduled for Fall 2020 and the new schedule will be announced as soon as possible.”

The note also points out that information about previously purchased tickets and VIP packages will be posted soon at, while suggesting that people who have tickets hold on to them, “as they may be valid for the re-scheduled shows.”

Meanwhile, Alice currently is still scheduled to go forward with his joint U.S. tour leg with Tesla and Lita Ford, which is mapped out from a May 30 show in Paso Robles, California, through a June 27 concert in the Detroit area. Cooper also recently announced a trio of summer headlining gigs — on July 13 in Richmond, Virginia; July 14 in Huntington, West Virginia; and July 15 in Columbus, Ohio.

In other news, Cooper is part of the initial lineup of the 2021 Monsters of Rock Cruise, which is scheduled to run from February 8 to February 13. Other artists on the bill include Skid Row, Cinderella‘s Tom Keifer, L.A. Guns, Pat Travers, Michael Monroe, Saxon, Kix, and Loudness. Visit for full details about the hard-rocking seagoing festival.

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