Tour Dates

The following is a comprehesive tour date archive including tour dates from the pre-Alice Cooper era through to Alice's most current tour. Ticket Stubs and Posters are displayed where possible.

If you know of a concert appearance by Alice that is missing from this collection of dates, please contact me with the details. I'm also always looking for scans of ticket stubs and posters...

Special thanks to Karl Speck, Brian Mcfadden, Steve Wall, Stephan Wendal, Lance hall, Adam Joffrain, James Cosper, Steve Maclennan, Ron Pesch, Mark Marovitch, Christophe Crompin, Mike Elder and everyone else that I'm shamefully forgetting to mention who has helped over the years.

Pretties For You 1968 - 1970

Pretties For You Tour 1968 - 1970

Songs Performed

Pretties For You (1969):

No Longer Umpire / Reflected / 10 Minutes Before The Worm / Sing Low Sweet Cheeerio / B. B. On Mars / Fields Of Regret

Non-Album Track(s):

Nobody Likes Me / Don't Blow Your Mind

1968 June

01: USA - Lake Berryessa Bowl
24: USA - Whisky-A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California
with Ten Years After
27: USA - Wrigley Stadium, Los Angeles, California
with Frank Zappa, Grass Roots, T-Bone Walker

1968 July

14: USA - Cheetah, Los Angeles, California
with Butterfield Blues Band, Chicago Transit Authority, Pacific Gas & Electric
23: USA - Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, California
with Frank Zappa

1968 August

03: USA - Newport Pop Festival, Orange County Fairgrounds, Costa Mesa, California

With Canned Heat, Chambers Brothers, Charles Lloyd Quartet, Country Joe and the Fish, Electric Flag, James Cotton Blues Band, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Sonny & Cher, Steppenwolf, Tiny Tim

09: USA - Levity Ball at Fairground Exposition Hall, Phoenix, Arizona [Poster]
with Killing Floor, Red White & Blues Band (with Mick Mashbir)
18: USA - Brucemas at the Cheetah, Los Angeles, California

with Kaleidoscope [Cancelled], Dino Valente [Cancelled], The Sherwood Fields, Bluesberry Jam & The Gypsy Wizard, Black Pearl, Chicago Transit Authority, Illinoise Speed Press, Murray Roman


1968 September

??: USA - Denver, Colorado, USA
with Steppenwolf

1968 October

11: USA - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
with MC5
28: USA - Crawford Hall, Irvine, California
with Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart

1968 November

01: USA - The Bank, Torrance, California
with Three Dog Night
02: USA - The Bank, Torrance, California
with Mint Tattoo, Pollution
03: USA - The Bank, Torrance, California
with Mint Tattoo, Pollution
08: USA - California State, Fullerton, California [Poster]

This gig with Frank Zappa did not happen. Rick Griffin created a fake concert poster in the early 1970s for the California Graphic Exchange poster company, taking artistic license with the date for a concert that would happen several months after this poster documents.


1968 December

06: USA - Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, California [Poster]
with Easy Chair, GTO's, Wildman Fischer, Frank Zappa
07: USA - Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, California [Poster]
with Easy Chair, GTO's, Wildman Fischer, Frank Zappa

1969 January

02: USA - Whiskey A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California [Poster]
03: USA - Whiskey A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California [Poster]
04: USA - Whiskey A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California [Poster]
05: USA - Whiskey A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California [Poster]

1969 February

19: USA - Whiskey A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California
with Linda Ronstadt
20: USA - Whiskey A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California
with Linda Ronstadt
21: USA - Whiskey A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California
with Linda Ronstadt
22: USA - Whiskey A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California
with Linda Ronstadt
23: USA - Whiskey A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California
with Linda Ronstadt
28: Canada - Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg?
Is there any firm evidence Alice played in Canada during Feb/March?

1969 March

14: USA - White Room, Buena Park, California
with The Stack and The Red Moss Blues Band
15: USA - Cal State, Fullerton, California
with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention
16: USA - Speedway Meadows, Golden Gate Park
with MC5, Boogie, Crazy Horse, Birth, Last Mile, Sons of Champlin
27: USA - Three Experience, California
with Slim Harpo, Rockin' Foo
28: USA - Three Experience, California
with Slim Harpo, Rockin' Foo
29: USA - Three Experience, California
with Slim Harpo, Rockin' Foo
30: USA - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, California
Audio exists

1969 April

18: Canada - Agrodome, Vancouver, British Columbia [Ticket 1 | Ticket 2]
with Frank Zappa, Guess Who
19: USA - Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, Washington
with Frank Zappa, Guess Who

1969 May

07: USA - Kelker Junction Concert Hall, Colorado Springs, Colorado
15: USA - Orangethorpe, Buena Park, Gordon, California
with Stack, Red Blues Band
16: USA - Black Dome, Cincinnati, Ohio [Poster]
17: USA - Black Dome, Cincinnati, Ohio [Poster]
??: USA - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
with MC5
20: USA - Kinetic Playground, Chicago, Illinois
23: USA - Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona [Ticket]
with Blues Image, Iron Butterfly

1969 June

03: USA - Salt Lake City, Utah
06: USA - Felt Forum, New York City, New York
07: USA - Felt Forum, New York City, New York
11: USA - Steve Paul's Scene, New York City, New York
12: USA - Steve Paul's Scene, New York City, New York
13: USA - Electric Factory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
14: USA - Steve Paul's Scene, New York City, New York
15: USA - Steve Paul's Scene, New York City, New York
16: USA - Steve Paul's Scene, New York City, New York
21: Canada - Toronto Pop Festival, Varsity Stadium, Toronto, Ontario [Poster]

1969 July

04: USA - New York Pop Festival, Roosevelt Raceway, New York
05: USA - New York Pop Festival, Roosevelt Raceway, New York
13: USA - Tyrone Guthrie, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
with Zappa and the Mothers
18: USA - Terrace Ballroom, Utah
25: USA - Seattle Pop Festival, Seattle, Washington

with The Flying Burrito brothers, Ten Years After, Led Zeppelin, The Byrds, The Youngbloods, Tim Buckley, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, Spirit, Vanilla Fudge, Ike and Tina Turner, Santana, The Doors, Lee Michaels, Guess Who, Chicago, Albert Collins

26: USA - Haywood field, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Eugene Pop Festival. With The Doors, Youngbloods, Byrds, Them, River, Truth, Bumps, Tyme, ZU, Grant Blueboys

29: USA - Masonic Temple, Portland, Oregon [Poster]
with Steve Miller Band, Total Eclipse
30: USA - Masonic Temple, Portland, Oregon [Poster]
with Steve Miller Band, Total Eclipse

1969 August

03: USA - Sportsman's Park, Mount Clemens, Michigan [Poster: 1 | 2]

Mount Clemens Pop Festival. With Eric Burdon, County Joe & the Fish, MC5, John Mayall, Muddy Waters, T-bone Walker, Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys, McCoys, Stooges, Rush, Frut of the Loom, red White & Blues Band, Savage, Grave, Ted Lucas, Pleasure Seekers, Mainline, Charlie latimer, Frijid Pink, Owen Love, Attack

08: USA - Easttown Theater, Detroit, Michigan
with Savage Grace, All the Lonely People
09: USA - Easttown Theater, Detroit, Michigan
with Savage Grace, All the Lonely People
13: Canada - Wonderland Gardens, London, Ontario, Canada
with Frank Zappa, Arthur Brown, Cat Mother
14: USA - Eugene Armory, Eugene, Oregon
21: USA - Eugene Armory, Eugene, Oregon [Poster]
??: Canada - Vancouver Pop Festival [Poster]

Festival ran from 22nd through to the 24th. Not sure what date the Alice Cooper group performed.

26: USA - The Carrawee Ballroom, Ann Arbor, Michigan
with The Excells
30: USA - The Silverbell Club, Clarkston, Michigan

Or could be State Fair, Salem, Oregon. With The Sunday Funnies or Box Tops

31: Canada - Galaxii, CNE, Toronto, Ontario

1969 September

13: Canada - Rock and Roll Revival Festival, Toronto, Ontario [Ticket | Pass | Sticker]

'Officially' available on CD in an abundance of releases; also 13 minutes of concert footage is available in fan circles.

Audio and Video footage exists
14: USA - Toledo Pop Festival, Raceway Park, Toledo, Ohio [Poster]
with MC5, The Amboy Dukes, The Frost, The Rationals, Früt
16: USA - Fillmore Room, Buffalo, New York
with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention
??: USA - Max's Kansas City, New York, New York
with The Turtles, MC5, The Amboy Dukes, The Frost, The Rationals

1969 October

11: USA - Grande Riviera, Detroit, Michigan
with The Who, Mylon Le Fevre
12: USA - Grande Riviera, Detroit, Michigan
Alice might have only performed the 11th; with The Who, Sky
24: USA - Winterland, San Francisco, California

with Jefferson Airplane, The Grateful Dead, the Sons of Champlins, It's a Beautiful Day, Ike & Tina Turner, Glenn McKay's Head Lights

30: USA - Fillmore West, San Francisco, California [Poster]
with Ike & Tina Turner. Poster states more shows (30th Oct - 2nd Nov), all are unlikely to have happened.
31: USA - Black Arts Rock 'n' Roll Show, Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan [Poster]
Alice Cooper is listed on the handbill for the show but did not actually play.

1969 November

01: USA - Grande Riviera, Detroit, Michigan
with The Amboy Dukes, SRC, Richmond

1969 December

29: USA - Chicago Pop Festival, Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, Illinois
31: Canada - Masonic Temple Auditorium, Toronto, Ontario [Ticket | Poster]
Venue formerly known as The Rock Pile. With Teegarden, Van Winkle, Keith McKie, and Sunnyside Symphonia.

1970 January

02: USA - Eastown Theater, Detroit, Michigan
with Flamin' Groovies, SRC
03: USA - Eastown Theater, Detroit, Michigan
with Flamin' Groovies, SRC
16: USA - Rose Palace, Pasadena, California [Poster | Ticket]
with Lee Michaels, Eric Burdon and War, Messiah
17: USA - Rose Palace, Pasadena, California [Poster]
with Lee Michaels, Eric Burdon and War, Messiah
29: Canada - Fillmore Market, Toronto, Ontario
with SRC and Little Richard
30: USA - Eastown Theater, Detroit, Michigan
with Stooges, Früt of the Loom
31: USA - Eastown Theater, Detroit, Michigan
with Stooges, Früt of the Loom

1970 February

20: USA - The Birmingham Palace (or the Palladium), Birmingham, Michigan
with The Chip Stevens Blues Band, Richmond
21: USA - The Birmingham Palace (or the Palladium), Birmingham, Michigan
with The Chip Stevens Blues Band, Richmond