Celebrating its 11th season, Alice Cooper's annual Christmas Pudding brings together some of the finest musicians, dancers, and comedians in entertainment history.

Together, they create a magical evening of music, comedy, dance, and a bit of mayhem. This highly anticipated event brings fans from all over the world, year after year.

Proceeds from this event help to fund the programs and partnerships that enrich the lives of at-risk youth in the Arizona.

This year’s event will take place on December 17 at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix. Cooper will perform, as well as Cheap Trick’s Robin Zander and Rick Nielsen, as well as former Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch. The event will be hosted by magician Murray Sawchuck.

“Although I have played more than 100 shows this year, Pudding is the one I look forward to most,” Cooper says. “We love bringing people together for Christmas, for the sake of music and dance and the mission of Solid Rock.”

Alice Cooper has a soft spot for charity, and can usually be found on golf courses around the world raising funds for those less fortunate.

The shock rocker credits golf as being the one thing that helped him beat his dependency on alcohol, and has thrown himself into the game ever since. He is also the co-founder of the Solid Rock Foundation, a Christian organization that strives to help children and teens in the Phoenix area by providing a center where young people can learn about and participate in sports, music and educational activities.

The Solid Rock Foundation holds two major annual fundraising events – the Alice Cooper Pro/Am Golf Tournament in November and the Christmas Pudding Concert in December.

To find out more about the Christmas Pudding concert, click here.

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