International film star and musician Johnny Depp will jam with Alice Cooper at the legendary rocker's 12th annual Christmas Pudding on December 8 at Comerica Theater in Phoenix, Arizona. Johnny will join Alice and his band, along with other scheduled performers Don Felder and L.A. GUNS, and special guest host John O'Hurley for a night of music, dance, and mayhem.
Cooper teased the Depp announcement in a video he posted to the Solid Rock Foundation Facebook page.
"You never know who's gonna show up," Cooper explained in the video. "But we'll start giving you some hints coming up pretty soon. I know one major movie star that's coming, but I won't mention any names."
There are still a few more surprises due to be announced this week; tickets go on sale October 29.
Proceeds from Christmas Pudding go to Alice Cooper's Solid Rock — a nonprofit organization founded by Alice Cooper dedicated to enriching the lives of teens through music, dance, and self expression.
The primary goal of Alice Cooper's Solid Rock is to honor Jesus Christ by helping to meet the spiritual, economical, physical, and social needs of teenagers and children within their community.
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