On Saturday, August 5, Alice Cooper took the stage for the first time on this summer’s “The World Tour,” opening for MÖTLEY CRÜE and DEF LEPPARD at the JMA Wireless Dome in Syracuse, New York
Alice Cooper‘s performance began at 5:45 p.m. and featured a 16-song setlist that showcased iconic tracks like “Eighteen,” “Feed My Frankenstein,” “Billion Dollar Babies,” and “School’s Out.” The 75-year-old rock legend and his band even treated the audience to an encore, playing Alice’s 1972 single “Elected.”
You can check out fan-filmed footage below.
Alice Cooper’s August 5, 2023 setlist was as follows:
01. Lock Me Up
02. No More Mr. Nice Guy
03. I’m Eighteen
04. Under My Wheels
05. Billion Dollar Babies
06. Fallen In Love
08. Feed My Frankenstein
10. Guitar Solo
11. Black Widow Jam
12. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
14. I Love The Dead
15. School’s Out
Alice Cooper is gearing up to unveil his latest album, titled “Road,” set to be released on August 25 through earMUSIC. The album, produced by the longstanding collaborator Bob Ezrin, was masterfully crafted in conjunction with Alice‘s trusted and enduring bandmates: Ryan Roxie (guitar), Chuck Garric (bass), Tommy Henrikson (guitar), Glen Sobel (drums), and Nita Strauss (guitar).
Furthermore, in an exciting development, Cooper has extended his 2023 North America tour, encompassing additional performances throughout the month of October. Notably, the dates spanning from October 3 to October 23 will present “An Evening With” Alice Cooper, offering fans an intimate and immersive musical experience. The month of October will culminate with a flourish as Cooper headlines three captivating “Halloween Hootenanny” shows alongside Rob Zombie on October 25, 26, and 28.
This series of events follows a dynamic lineup of performances, including six shows shared with MÖTLEY CRÜE and DEF LEPPARD, accompanied by an assortment of six standalone “Evening With” shows from August 5 to August 22. Subsequently, a monthlong co-headlining “Freaks On Parade” tour alongside Rob Zombie will grace the stage from August 24 to September 24.