ALICE COOPER, MIKE PORTNOY, JORDAN RUDESS Confirmed For Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp

Alice Cooper, Mike Portnoy (ADRENALINE MOB, FLYING COLORS, DREAM THEATER) and Jordan Rudess (DREAM THEATER) have been confirmed for the Rock 'N Roll Fantasy Camp's next Las Vegas event, set to take place February 14-18 at the MGM Grand.

Remember "Welcome To My Nightmare"? Well, now it's time for "welcome to your fantasy" as the king of shock-rock-n-roll Alice Cooper descends upon the Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp. No More Mr. Nice Guy? Not really, because he's here to make your rock and roll dreams come true. If you live for metal, glitter, glam and classic rock, then school is definitely IN this Presidents Day. You remember the anthems, the makeup and the boa constrictor. This was metal theater before KISS, BOWIE or any other number of artists that followed. This is the original. This is the Coop — live and in person to hang with you, jam with you and treat you all like his Billion Dollar Babies.

If that weren't enough, campers will get to witness first hand one of music's most accomplished and award winning, self-taught drummers Mike Portnoy, whose progressive metal sound is uniquely influenced by THE BEATLES, LED ZEPPELIN, RUSH, QUEEN, IRON MAIDEN and THE WHO. Portnoy's former band DREAM THEATER is best known for the technical proficiency of its instrumentalists, so it is no surprise that campers will be wowed by his metal, pop and straight rock style drumming but also inspired by his skills on the bass, keys and guitar.

So grab your guitars, guillotines, drumsticks and electric chairs for a musician's dream that can only be made real in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. You will meet and work with these amazing headliners as well as perform live on stage with over 15 legendary rock stars. This experience is so amazing, you'll need your professionally recorded song and DVD of your live performance to prove you came, conquered and actually lived the dream. Reserve your space as camp fills up quickly.

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