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:

Coming soon.

Line Up

Angus Young - Lead Guitar
Malcolm Young - Rhythm Guitar
Brian Johnson - Lead Vocals
Cliff Williams - Bass
Phil Rudd - Drums

Info

Supported by: Midnight Flyer

Tickets: $9.50 / 11.50 / 12.50

Promoter: Stone City/Pace Concerts

Capacity: 19,012

Fan reviews:

By Jeannette Barber, Shelton WA/USA:
I was 16, and this was my very first concert. I lied to my grandma and told her I was going to a book review. She would've NEVER let me go. I didn't know what to expect, but AC/DC rocked the arena like nobody's business. We had upper balcony seats, last row against the arena wall. The music sounded as if I was front row. Hell's Bells and For Those About to Rock blew my mind. The pyrotechnics were phenomenal. I'm always taken back to that night every time I hear AC/DC!!!

By Asa Gallup, Dallas Tx USA:
I was 15 years old. Me and two buddies had tickets on the floor. Reunion arena was pitch black and packed, biker type crowd marijuana everywhere cops were overwhelmed. I could barely see the stage cause everyone on the floor was standing up. When Hells Bells started people were pushing and the crowd looked like a wave moving back and forth. I was trying to see better and one of my buddies got in a fight from the pushing. Punches were being thrown and the crowd in the immediate vicinity made a little opening for these to guys to slug it out. It was crazy to watch this fight while Hells Bells kept playing. We had to get out so he could get his nose to stop bleeding cause he was a bloody mess and it was getting everywhere. He lost that one. We passed by a cop and he looked not too happy and he told me Back up! Get back! After my friend got cleaned up in the bathroom we walked around the place until we made it to the top of the stadium and the smoke from the tobacco and weed could be seen rising to the top. It looked so cool with the stage lighting. Angus Young was bouncing around the whole time just like the videos and Brian Johnson was hitting his notes just like the records. Craziest concert ever. They put on a hell of a show. I saw Rush later in Reunion Arena and the lights were on and the lead singer sat on a barstool the whole time. A stark contrast to AC/DC . I’ve been to the Texas Jam and Van Halen in 1985 but nothing came close to that night.