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[Photo via Hollywood Vampires]

One of the world’s most star-studded supergroups Hollywood Vampires are hitting the road once again.

Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Aerosmith’s Joe Perry are reuniting the act for a new tour, kicking off in May.

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The live lineup will be rounded out by Alice Cooper’s drummer Glen Sobel, the Cult’s bassist Chris Wyse and Aerosmith’s Buck Johnson on keyboard and vocals.

The supergroup released a self-titled record in 2015, the same year they announced their formation. They have previously featured a wide array of stars as album and live performance cameos, such as Marilyn Manson, Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl and Kesha.

They also covered Led Zeppelin with Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale of at Rock In Rio 2015, as well as a Motörhead cover at the 2016 Grammy awards in honor of Lemmy, the band’s late frontman and bassist.

The Hollywood Vampires was originally the name of a rock ’n’ roll drinking club consisting of, but not limited to, Cooper, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and Elton John.

Forming in 1969 at Los Angeles’ Rainbow Bar & Grill, the group held only one rule for rockers looking to join the circle.

“To join the club, one simply had to out drink all of the members,” Cooper says.

The legendary lineup is expected to release new music this summer. Tickets for their Indio, California, show May 18 are available now.

VIP tickets for the remaining dates go on sale March 5. The package includes a meet and greet, a photo with the band, a premium seat and exclusive merchandise. General admission tickets will be available at 10 a.m. local time March 8. Ticket information is available here.


05/10 – The Joint @ Las Vegas, NV
05/11 – The Greek @ Los Angeles, CA
05/12 – Warfield Theatre @ San Francisco, CA
05/14 – The Fillmore @ Denver, CO
05/16 – Sandia Casino @ Albuquerque, NM
05/17 – Talking Stick Casino @ Scottsdale, AZ
05/18 – Fantasy Springs Casino @ Indio, CA

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