View Full Version : Alice Cooper/Wildhearts tour

12-07-2002, 14:27:55
Dates for Alice Cooper's tour in November, when he'll be supported by the Wildhearts:


Saturday 16 - Wembley Arena, London
Sunday 17 - Brighton Centre, Brighton
Tuesday 19 - International Centre, Bournemouth
Wednesday 20 - Arena, Manchester
Friday 22 - Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow
Saturday 23 - NEC, Birmingham
Monday 25 - International Arena, Cardiff

[Wayne's World moment] I will be there, oh yes, I will be there [/Wayne's World moment] :D

12-07-2002, 14:44:35
Ooooooh... when do tickets go on sale?

12-07-2002, 14:49:13
Dunno yet, I've just been checking Ticketmaster and it's not listed yet.

However, tickets went on sale last night for the Wildhearts @ London Astoria on October 3rd.

12-07-2002, 14:50:43

12-07-2002, 19:18:06
Alice Cooper is such an under appreciated rocker.
Rock on you billion dollar baby.
:bounce: :bounce:

*End Is Forever*
12-07-2002, 22:16:02
I think you should all buy tickets for the gig at the M.E.N. Arena and have a Counterglow meet beforehand. :smoke:

13-07-2002, 10:17:08
I was watching Waynes World last night on Sky. Quality.

13-07-2002, 11:07:14
You can't beat Wayne's World - "No Stairway? Denied!!!" :D

*End Is Forever*
13-07-2002, 13:28:03
A quote repeated in Thursday's Daily Telegraph in an article singing the praises of, er, System Of A Down. Odd.

13-07-2002, 13:56:46
The Telegaph? You’re a bloody Tory!

14-07-2002, 10:01:08
That could explain him being part of his uni conservative party! :gotit:

The Shaker
14-07-2002, 11:05:30
I doubt it's for the chicks.

14-07-2002, 11:28:37

22-07-2002, 16:21:11
Wildhearts have now pulled out of this tour:

"We were booked as special guests on the tour," says Ginger. "We moved around tour dates and single releases to coincide with the tour. Then yesterday we found out that Thunder are the new special guests and we are supposed to play underneath them. Which is just never going to happen, y'know?

"It went from being something of a cool curiosity gig to a nostalgia trip, complete with Rob Halford being added to the bill. I apologise to anyone that has shelled out money for this trip down Jurassic Junction, but it's in the band's best interests that we pull out before they add Quireboys and Dumpy's Rusty Nuts."

22-07-2002, 18:01:38
He's so arrogant, it's great. :D

Probably let this gig go now though...

22-07-2002, 18:48:50
Whats wrong with Quireboys and Dumpy's Rusty Nuts?

Do you reckon they'll add Stryper and Budgie too?