Konzert im Stadtpark

Hollywood Vampires: Johnny Depp mit den Gitarrenhänden

Johnny Depp (l.) und Alice Cooper von den „Hollywood Vampires“ rocken die Bühne

Johnny Depp (l.) und Alice Cooper von den „Hollywood Vampires“ rocken die Bühne

Foto: Andreas Arnold / dpa

Erdiger Sound, leichter Regen und etwas Hollywood-Glamour: Die Hollywood Vampires um Johnny Depp rocken die Toten im Stadtpark.

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Johnny Depp beglückt die Damen

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„School’s Out/Another Brick In The Wall“ als Zugabe

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