Alice Cooper’s “Ol’ Black Eyes Is Back” tour to stop at the Treasure Island Amphitheater

Welch, Minn. (January 21, 2020)  Experience a rock show like no other when Alice Cooper brings his “Ol’ Black Eyes is Back” tour with Tesla, Blue Öyster Cult and Lita Ford to the 2020 Summer Concert Series at the Treasure Island Amphitheater on Friday, June 12.

Considered by many as “The Godfather of Shock Rock,” Cooper has built his reputation on his live performances. His dedication to his performances can be seen in his visually-stimulating shows filled with undeniable stagecraft. His unique voice and songwriting skills are heard in top 10 Billboard Hot 100 singles “Poison,” “You and Me” and “School’s Out.”

Cooper’s career began as the lead singer of the band that shared his name. The band produced Billboard 200-charting albums Love It to Death and Billion Dollar Babies. One of Alice Cooper’s biggest achievements was their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011.

Tesla burst onto the scene with the 1986 RIAA platinum-certified album Mechanical Resonance. Since then, the band released other platinum-certified albums and their most recent album, Shock. Tesla is also well-known for their trailblazing lyrics and ability to transition from hard rock to soft ballads.

Veteran hard rock band Blue Öyster Cult has had a momentous nearly five-decade-long career. Millions of albums sold and top-charting Billboard Hot 100 singles like “Don’t Fear (The Reaper)” and “Burnin’ For You” have contributed to the band’s longevity.

Rock and roll powerhouse Lita Ford found success in her teens with the all-female rock band The Runaways. She has held her own since braving the music industry solo. Ford teamed up with music icon Ozzy Osbourne on the hit single “Close My Eyes Forever.”

Tickets will go on sale Friday, January 24 at 10am. Tickets for this show will be $115, $89 and $59, and will be available at or at the Island Box Office. The show starts at 6:30pm. All attendees must be 12 years of age or older, and fans ages 12 to 17 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

The Prairie Island Indian Community owns and operates Treasure Island Resort & Casino, Mount Frontenac Golf Course and Dakota Station. Treasure Island is the only casino in southern Minnesota located on the Mississippi River. The property features more than 2,200 slots, 44 table games, a poker room and a 550-seat high stakes bingo hall. Treasure Island’s 788-room hotel is the second largest hotel in Minnesota. Additional amenities include The Lagoon indoor water park, Wave Spa, Island Xtreme Bowl, Cyber Quest arcade, Kids Quest child care, various restaurants, a 16,000-seat outdoor amphitheater, a 2,800-seat indoor event and convention center, a 137-slip marina, a 95-site RV park and a 100-passenger yacht. For more information visit