AC DC Tickets & Tour Dates 2015 / 2016
AC/DC are an Australian hard rock band hailing from Sydney. Formed in 1973 by brothers Malcolm and Angus Young - the sole original members of the band - it also currently consists of Phil Rudd, Cliff Williams, Brian Johnson, and Stevie Young, who replaced Malcolm in 2014 following his illness.
Without doubt a band that you, at some point in your life, have probably air-guitared to, even if you’ve somehow managed to have never heard their name before, AC/DC are arguably the most famous, most successful, and most instantly-recognisable rock bands of all time.
As well as being one of the most famous bands, AC/DC are also one of the highest-grossing, having sold over 200million copies of their albums worldwide - their album ‘Back in Black’ is certified as an incredible 22x platinum in the US. And that is just *one* of their amazing selection of records.
Though they have cemented their place in music history with their music, they also boast a place in hundreds of millions fans’ memories as one of the best live performing bands around, and their last venture - the Black Ice World Tour, supporting their last LP - made them a cool $440million, making it the fourth highest-grossing concert tour of all-time.
Playing 168 gigs across the globe, including almost 70 here in the UK and Europe, AC/DC proved they really still have their magic, and their next venture is set to be even bigger.
Celebrating 40 years together and promoting their new album, ‘Rock or Bust’, AC/DC confirm three summer 2015 shows in Dublin, Glasgow and at London’s Wembley Stadium. If you're a fan of the band, you simply can't miss out - check below to find tickets!
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absolutely amazing best concert ever
Glasgow hampden park on June 28 2015
I went to Back in Black tour in Birmingham and black ice in Amsterdam then rock or bust in Glasgow, it was great. The support act, Vintage Trouble were good, better than expected and the whole atmosphere was the best! We all sang along and the stadium was buzzing! All the best AC/DC songs and I could not hope for better. Only problem was transport after, absolute nightmare, like the city had shut. Roll on next tour ( last one )
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Rock n Roll personified
Sofia Vasil Levski Stadium on November 30 -0001
Saw AC/DC for the first time on the Black Ice tour. We flew to Sofia Bulgaria for the opening show of the final leg of the tour and what sadly turned out to be the last ever shows with original founding member Mal Young.
Sat on the pitch of the famed Vasil Levski football stadium basking in the warm Bulgarian sun we shared many beers and chatted with fans as we awaited the big show.
By 8pm the atmosphere was electric, not just because one of the biggest bands in the world were about to start but also as it transpired because this was the first time AC/DC had ever played in Bulgaria. Around 8.45 the video screens light and the huge speaker banks rumble. An animated video of Angus driving a train serves as the initial build up for what we can all assume will be new single Rock n Roll Train. As a life size steam engine blasts through the stage leaving our mouths a gasp our predictions proved well founded.
What follows is a blistering 2 and a half hour set filled with all the biggest hits. You Shook Me All Night Long, TNT, Highway To Hell are all performed in the flawless way one expects from Australia's greatest export. As loved by audiences their hits are the now famous stage sets have grown to meet equal rapture and delight. From Hells Bells giant bell swinging from the rafters to the much loved 50 foot inflatable Rosie who provides (as if it were needed)a highly amusing visual interpretation of the songs heroin.
Angus continues to provide guitar solos that Hendrix would be proud to call his own and accompanied by Brian Johnson's inimitable rasp it seems this band is impervious to age.
The show ends as usual with For Those About To Rock (We Salute You). A call to arms for rock fans of any age, sex and nationality. Accompanied of course with the now obligatory cannons which high above the gargantuan stage structure fire pyro illuminating the night sky.
All in all I would have to say AC
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