The Hollywood Vampires – the supergroup made up of Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Aerosmith’s Joe Perry – has postponed three scheduled North American tours this week due to Depp’s ankle injury.
The shows, originally set for May 30, May 31 and June 1 in Manchester, New Hampshire, Boston and Bethel, New York, respectively, have been postponed to late July, according to advertisement from the band.
“We are sad to share that Hollywood Vampires will be rescheduling our three US tour dates for next week,” the band says on their social media accounts. Johnny injured his ankle after his last appearance and was advised not to travel by his doctor. He’s devastated by this turn of events, but he’s looking forward to resting so all four Vampires can give their best on the tour in Europe.” (In addition to Cooper, Depp and Perry, the band includes bassist and guitarist Tommy Henriksen).
The three original American dates were planned as a lead-up to a European tour that would include stops in Romania, Turkey, Bulgaria, France and more.
Depp recently performed on stage at two Jeff Beck tribute concerts in the UK. Just before those screenings, he entertained the press at the Cannes Film Festival to promote his latest film Jane du Barry.
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