Rob Zombie with Alice Cooper, Ministry & Filter - FREAKS ON PARADE 2023

Freaks On Parade
Photo credit Live Nation
Event Information:
Wednesday, September 20, 2023
8:00 PM-11:00 PM PT
White River Amphitheatre

40601 Auburn Enumclaw Rd SE, Auburn, WA 98092

Rob Zombie with Alice Cooper, Ministry & Filter are coming to The White River Amphitheatre on September 20th, 2023 for their FREAKS ON PARADE 2023 Tour!

The longtime frontman for '90s industrial superstars White Zombie, New England-bred multi-hyphenate Rob Zombie went on to forge a highly successful solo career and later branched off into the world of film. A lover of B-movie camp, horror nostalgia, and psychedelic imagery, his enduring 1998 debut Hellbilly Deluxe set him apart from contemporaries by balancing brutal metal power with a tongue-in-cheek sense of humor and sexiness that never took itself too seriously. Over the decades, he remained a fixture in the U.S. Top Ten, scoring additional hits with 2001's The Sinister Urge and 2006's Educated Horses. As his film career took off, he released cult favorites such as 2003's House of 1000 Corpses, 2005's The Devil's Rejects, and a pair of big-budget reboots for the Halloween series. In 2021, he issued his seventh set, The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy, and in 2022 he appeared on the soundtrack for the film The Munsters, which he also wrote and directed.

The man (and the band) who first brought shock rock to the masses, Alice Cooper became one of the most successful and influential acts of the '70s with their gritty but anthemic hard rock and a live show that delivered a rock & roll chamber of horrors, thrilling fans and cultivating outrage from authority figures (which made fans love them all the more). The name Alice Cooper originally referred to both the band and its lead singer (born Vincent Furnier), as they played dark, eccentric, psychedelic rock on their first two albums, Pretties for You (1969) and Easy Action (1970). After a spell in Detroit where they soaked up the high-energy influence of the Stooges and the MC5, Alice Cooper scored breakthrough hits in 1971 with "I'm Eighteen" and the album Love It to Death, in which the group finally stumbled upon the formula that made them stars, blending tough, dirty, guitar-fueled hard rock with Cooper's sneering vocals and lyrics that were by turns relatable ("I'm Eighteen," "Body") and willfully spooky ("Black Juju," "The Ballad of Dwight Frye").

Tickets go on sale February 3rd and can be purchased HERE.