AC/DC Tour History

ac/dc tour history

AC/DC Tour History

ac/dc tour history

AC/DC Tour History

ac/dc tour history

Set list

Exact set list unknown, very similar to this.

  • Live Wire
  • Problem Child
  • Sin City
  • Gone Shootin'
  • Bad Boy Boogie
  • Whole Lotta Rosie
  • Rocker
  • Let There Be Rock
  • Dog Eat Dog
  • Line Up

    Angus Young - Lead Guitar
    Malcolm Young - Rhythm Guitar
    Bon Scott - Lead Vocals
    Cliff Williams - Bass
    Phil Rudd - Drums


    Supporting: Aerosmith

    Tickets: $7.00 / 8.00

    Promoter: Harvey & Corky

    Capacity: 17,100

    Fan reviews:

    By Mike Braun, Caledonia. Ontario. Canada:
    I was there. I didn't know much about AC/DC at all. I was there to see Aerosmith. My friends and I were blown away and became instant fans. They were loud, tight, and energized. They stole the show. I don't recall the set list at all because I didn't know them. But I know for sure that they played The Jack.

    By scott mckane, salt lake city, utah usa:
    Much like Mike from Ontario, me & my buddy and little brother were there to see the headliners. But AC/DC blew our minds & blew Aerosmith away.
    This was also (for me @ least) the first time I'd seen the new tech of "wireless" pick-ups & mics. So when a shirtless Bon Scott put Angus on his shoulders for a walkabout throughout the entire, NHL arena...rocking out the entire time, needless to say it was awesome! Saw them 13-months later on Highway To Hell tour & they were even better! Bon died a few months later & that was that.

    By Doug Galloway, Melbourne FL:
    That show was insane ! Me and my buddies took the bus down from Canada for the concert (for Aerosmith, AC/DC not that big at the time). The crowd was out of control. When Bon put Angus on his shoulders and ran around the Aud with a roadie blocking out front, everyone was punching Bon in the arm and Angus in the leg, neither flinched or missed a note. When Aerosmith took the stage they stopped the show several times because the crowd kept throwing bottles and firecrackers at the stage. People were actually hanging from the rafters to get a better view/better throwing angle. Definitely the wildest, most rockingest show I've attended.

    By Maureen Downing , Buffalo, NY:
    I also went to this show to see Aerosmith. Never heard of AC/DC. They did steal the show. Steven Tyler could not remember the lyrics. He had 11 x 17 sheets of paper taped to the floor and still could not get it right. I said I would never pay to see Aerosmith again after 4 times. But, what came after was a life changer. Angus on the shoulders of Bon Scott circling the arena with their music was mind blowing. Greatest memory ever! Pulled out my ticket today, AC/DC were not even on the bill.

    By Murray, Caledonia ON. Canada:
    Two of my friends and I also went down from Canada to this show and had never heard of AC/DC before. I remember after their set we looked at each other and said "Who in the hell was that". Aerosmith was certainly a le down after them but I still love their music but sound was awful.

    By Jeff E., San Diego, Ca.:
    My first concert! I remember walking into the Aud with my cousin who took me for my birthday and we thought AC/DC had to be a gay band - nobody had heard of them. Think this was Aerosmith’s ‘Draw the Line’ tour and I couldn’t wait to see them. We were on the floor right on the aisle, 8th row ($15 Bucks!) I remember so clearly being BLOWN AWAY by Angus from the first chord - wow! WTF?! Wireless guitar was unknown to me so when Angus climbed over his Marshall stack and kept wailing I didn’t know what was going on. Next thing I know, Bon Scott has Angus on his shoulders and is running around the circumference of the Aud right at us. I’m in the aisle, reach out, and tap the headstock of Angus’ SG and then get body-checked back by security. Yeah! I remember Aerosmith was a little off except for Tom Hamilton carrying the band. Only time I saw AC/DC and memorable as hell! So cool to see the other reviews here!