Alice Cooper is set to rock Mosaic Place this Friday and Doug Campbell, director of business development at Mosaic Place, is beginning to show his enthusiasm.
“This is one of the pioneers of rock. So it’s an honour to have him play Mosaic Place and it’s gonna be one fantastic show — and probably one of the most theatrical and entertaining experiences we’ve have coming through the facility,” he said.
Even though Cooper has been forging his own brand of rock long enough to inspire bands like Kiss to follow in his theatrical footsteps, Campbell said that he’s still expecting a diverse audience for Friday’s show.
“The Alice Cooper experience, I think, extends over a couple different generations so the demographic of the crowd will definitely be mixed,” said Campbell. “There are fans that have been fans since Alice Cooper first came into existence, to fans that have recently discovered his music or attended his show and appreciate the type of show and type of music that he has.”
For those worrying that they’ve missed their chance at seeing the “godfather of shock rock” in action, Campbell says the show is not yet sold out. “There are still some tickets available, however we encourage people to get their tickets early to not be disappointed come the day of the show.”
Campbell says the concessions in Mosaic Place will be in full operations and offering the regular fare during the concert, “everything from Great Western products to Pepsi to munchies and meals.”
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