Rock Hall To Host Alice Cooper Fan Day on Sunday


  • Scott Sandberg
Shock rocker and Rock Hall Inductee Alice Cooper returns to town this weekend to play Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica on Sunday. To celebrate the occasion, the Rock Hall features a slew of special events on Sunday as part of Alice Cooper Fan Day.

An noon, Alice Cooper guitarist Dennis Dunaway and Joe and Albert Bouchard of Blue Oyster Cult will participate in an interview session on the Klipsch Audio main stage. Then, at 2 p.m., the School of Rock will perform with Dunaway and the Bouchards on the outdoor PNC plaza stage.

Throughout the day, fans can view Live From the Astroturf, Alice Cooper and Cold Cold Coffin in the Foster Theater on Level 4 and see special screenings of the 2011 Alice Cooper Induction ceremony footage in the Forest City Theater on Level 0. The raw Induction ceremony footage features special performances and the induction speech given by Rob Zombie. Viewings are free with museum admission, which is free for Cleveland residents.

Additionally, fans can enjoy unlimited free play in the Part of The Machine: Rock & Pinball exhibit (featuring an Alice Cooper pinball machine) and check out Cooper artifacts including his electric chair stage prop and a rare Andy Warhol lithograph. Cooper's music will be played in heavy rotation throughout the museum, and all fans will receive 10 percent off Cooper-related merchandise at the Rock Hall store.

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