Legendary rocker Alice Cooper announced additional dates for his previously-announced North American tour this summer through fall in support of his latest record.

The tour will kick off on August 3 in West Allis, Wisconsin at the Wisconsin State Fair and make way across the U.S. He will stop in Canada, performing seven shows throughout British Columbia and Ontario. On August 30, he will return to the states and make numerous stops throughout the end of October.

Cooper released his 27th album, Paranormal, last July, featuring singles “Paranoiac Personality” and “Paranormal.” Additionally, this year, he released the single The Sound of A, a song he actually wrote 50 years ago, as well as the compilation CD, The Essential Alice Cooper – The Epic Years. Cooper, now 70-years-old, has no intention of slowing down.

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“The live show is something I’ll never give up,” he said in a 2017 interview, according to Blabbermouth. “To me, the lyrics to the songs are the script to what’s going to happen on stage. If you sing ‘Welcome To My Nightmare,’ you have to give the fans something. There are places where you have to kill the ballerina, you know. That’s how I design the show. It’s all about the lyrics.”

Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley will join Cooper on August 10 in Las Vegas and August 12 in Los Angeles. Cooper will also be on tour with his rock supergroup, Hollywood Vampires, throughout June and July across Europe. Hollywood Vampires features Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry.

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Check out the full list of tour dates below:

Alice Cooper 2018 Paranormal U.S. Tour

Aug. 03 – West Allis, WI – Wisconsin State Fair
Aug. 05 – Sioux Falls, SD – Washington Pavilion
Aug. 06 – Kansas City, MO – Kauffman Center for The Performing Arts
Aug. 08 – Colorado Springs, CO – Pike’s Peak Center
Aug. 10 – Las Vegas, NV – The Pearl at the Palms Hotel + Casino
Aug. 11 – Temecula, CA – Pechanga Resort + Casino
Aug. 12 – Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theatre
Aug. 14 – San Jose, CA – City National Civic
Aug. 15 – Jackson, CA – Jackson Rancheria Casino
Aug. 16 – Reno, NV – Grand Sierra Resort + Casino
Aug. 18 – Bonner, MT – Kettlehouse Amphitheater
Aug. 19 – Everett, WA – Angel of the Winds Arena
Aug. 20 – Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Aug. 22 – Calgary, AB – Southern Jubilee Auditorium
Aug. 23 – Edmonton, AB – Northern Jubilee Auditorium
Aug. 25 – Saskatoon, SK – SaskTel Centre
Aug. 26 – Estevan, SK – Affinity Place
Aug. 28 – Winnipeg, MB – Burton Cummings Theatre
Aug. 29 – Thunder Bay, ON – Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
Aug. 30 – St. Paul, MN – Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
Sep. 01 – Ft. Wayne, IN – Foellinger Theatre
Sep. 02 – Huber Heights, OH – Rose Music Center at The Heights
Sep. 04 – Cincinnati, OH – Taft Theatre
Sep. 06 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre
Sep. 07 – York, PA – York Fair
Sep. 08 – Atlantic City, NJ – Tropicana Atlantic City
Oct. 04 – Albany, NY – Palace Theater
Oct. 09 – Charlotte, NC – Ovens Auditorium
Oct. 10 – Atlanta, GA – Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
Oct. 12 – Chattanooga, TN – Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
Oct. 13 – Biloxi, MS – Beau Rivage
Oct. 14 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hill Lawn
Oct. 16 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Oct. 17 – Park City, KS – Hartman Arena
Oct. 19 – Memphis, TN – Orpheum Theater
Oct. 20 – St. Louis, MO – Peabody Opera House
Oct. 21 – Cedar Rapids, IA – Paramount Theater
Oct. 23 – Des Moines, IA – Des Moines Civic Center
Oct. 24 – Rockford, IL – Coronado Performing Arts Center