Thursday, July 21, 2011

Alice Cooper goes missing in Australia…sort of


Someone’s playing a prank on rock’s ultimate prankster.

A billboard promoting Alice Cooper’s September 26 gig at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre has gone missing.

Music Feeds reports a representative from Century Venues alerted concert promoter Chugg Entertainment of the missing artwork, saying that “the 3 x 4 metre billboard had been untied from the framework and stolen, with no traces of how. Scaling the awning and ascending somehow to the billboard framework, several metres above the awning, the stealth mission was no mean feat. It is also clear that this was no blow away Alice; as the billboard on the other side of the framework remained completely intact.”

Chugg are offering a reward to anyone who can offer any information of the billboard’s whereabouts: 2 tickets to the Enmore Theatre show in September.

If you have any info on this, you are asked to contact Chugg Entertainment via email: info@chuggentertainment.com.

Alice’s “No More Mr Nice Guy” tour is currently on a break, set to resume August 5 in Billings, MT and play across the States throughout the month before heading down under for solo shows and gigs on the Soundwave Revolution concert tour around Australia.

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Alice Cooper – School’s Out / Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 2
Horseshoe Southern Indiana - Elizabeth, IN – May 12, 2011


See also:

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Alice Cooper: I almost shot Elvis
Alice Cooper: European tour available via Concert Live
Alice Cooper’s drummer’s stage vest stolen; reward offered
VIDEO: Alice Cooper debuts new, unreleased song
VIDEO: Alice Cooper rocks the Revolver Golden Gods Awards
VIDEO: Alice Cooper rocks the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame
VIDEO: Alice Cooper, Dweezil Zappa rock The Tonight Show