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


Supported by: Y&T

Tickets: 6.00 Pounds

Promoter: M.C.P.

Fan reviews:

By Mark Crown, Matlock, Derbyshire:
This was the first real rock concert I ever went to at I think 16-17 years old. I went with two mates from school but we nearly didn't make it as my Dad bailed out from taking us but we did get there by car thanks to a bit of networking.

We got into the NEC as the support act Y & T were playing 'I Believe in You'. I was to see Y&T play again on AC/DC headliner at the Monsters of Rock some year's later and became a fan of them too. Initially on the night, I though Y&T were louder than AC/DC - all their equipment though had been pushed forward on the stage. I remember their music hitting me in the chest - it was the loudest thing I'd ever been subjected to.

When AC/DC came on though the whole place just went ape-shit. I couldn't believe I was seeing them. I think for the first few moments I was like the proverbial rabbit in the headlights. I was speechless. They were loud too. But the band were so tight, you just started rocking. Of course there were props - the BiB bell I think came out along with the FTATR cannons all adding to the experience.

But what sticks with me all these years is just how varied the people were who were there in the audience sitting (moving!) around me: black and white, men and women, old and young; long hair/short hair/no hair! All into their power chords, riffs and frenetic solos from Angus and Co. It taught me how universally loved AC/DC were (are!) by a very wide section of the population. AC/DC are a rock band you can dance to as well play air guitar and bang you head to. I don't think that they care as long as you have a good time.

I'm 56 now and dig all sorts of music but AC/DC are still part of my life as a guitar player and a music lover. They have enriched my life and every now and then when no-one is at home, I crank up the stereo and re-live what is was like to hear them for the first time and it all comes back.

AC/DC are LEGENDARY. That's what they are to me. I still hope to see them again one day with my 17 year old son who is also a convert.