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

Set list similar to this one. Walk All Over You alternates with Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be. If You Want Blood not played at each show.

  • Live Wire
  • Shot Down In Flames
  • Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
  • Sin City
  • Problem Child
  • Bad Boy Boogie
  • The Jack
  • Highway To Hell
  • High Voltage
  • Whole Lotta Rosie
  • Rocker
  • If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
  • Let There Be Rock
  • Line Up

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


    Supported by: Molly Hatchet

    Tickets: $7.00 /7.50

    Promoter: Jack orbin

    Capacity: 9,816

    Attendance: 7,658

    Fan reviews:

    By Rick and Ladonna, Dallas, Texas:
    We saw this show. 21 Sep. 1979: Dallas TX (Convention Center Arena). It was called Dallas Memorial Auditorium at that time.
    I have never seen a performance that could equal it.
    Angus Young was an absolute Wild Man with that electric guitar. I have never seen a lead guitar player perform the athletics that Angus did and without missing a lick on the guitar.
    There is nothing on youtube showing all of what he did in that one show. He must have been extra stoked that night.
    He came out @ 90mph and ended the show @ 90mph.

    Angus Young is not only a master r&r guitarist, the man was an athlete, @least he was back then. He went full throttle the entire show and he can still rock in 2015.
    I wish Malcolm Young all the best & RIP B. Scott.
    Thank You AC/DC for providing an unforgettable evening in Dallas Texas for many people. GOD BLESS YOU AC/DC !

    By Russ , Grand Prairie,Tx USA:
    My first time to see AC/DC as a young 13 year old rocker was at this show. Some friends and I went to the show and we were ready for all 3 bands that played that night. We were already fans of the great band Riot that opened and also Molly Hatchet.

    Right before AC/DC came on stage,one of my friends and I snuck down to the front of the stage just in time when the show started and Angus came sliding out on his knees right in front of us. The show was on and so was the band. Loved every minute of it.

    We even found out about the Sound Warehouse Midnight Signing and a few of us made our way to Sound Warehouse after the show. We were in shock and amazed that we were even there meeting the band.

    Still have a ad for the show form the newspaper, my ticket stub and the signatures of the band from that night.

    By Dave, Mineral Wells Texas:
    My first rock concert to attend at the age of 16. When i ask to go to the show, that was 90 miles east of my home town, my dad offered to take me instead of going with my friends. I replied to him " i don't want you to take me, what if i want to cuss or something" His reply "If that kind of music makes you want to cuss then you can't go!" I went anyway with Texas high school as my alibi.

    No tickets in hand, me and three of my friends got to the venue to be greeted by a scalper who sold us 3rd row center tickets for 15 bucks each. Ticket price was $7.50!

    My world was changed! The sheer power of the band I could feel the music pounding off my entire body! Seeing Angus enter the stage is a memory i still have today. Bon Scott looked like someone that could have just as easily been in attendance. Both of them owned the stage the whole night, with the rest of the band in the back ground only to step into mic to scream their backing vox and then step back. There was no over the top lighting effects or props just five guys on stage kicking our ass with their music. I remember "Shot down in Flames" really making a impression. Probably because it was the first song played off of my favorite and newly release effort. I think "Rocker" was done as the last song before the encore and Bon had Angus on his shoulders in the aisle, in the crowed, with only one roadie guarding the way for them.

    Being a impressionable young age it lit a fire in me that has burned for 35 years and my live music obsession. I have seen some of the greatest Rock artist in the history of the genre since that gig and nothing has match this shows raw intensity. I think Brian has done a great job filling in and i'm glad the band kept going, but Bon Scott was; as he claimed, The flash between the letters! RIP Bon i still miss you and would have loved to have gotten more of you.

    BTW Riot opened this gig before Molly Hatchett.