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:

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Line Up

Angus Young - Lead Guitar
Malcolm Young - Rhythm Guitar
Brian Johnson - Lead Vocals
Cliff Williams - Bass
Simon Wright - Drums

Info

Supported by: Fastway

Capacity: 11,000

Fan reviews:

By Joe Tate, Medford Oregon:
Was a great show, had been along time since the band had been in Portland so fans very into it. Fastway opened the show and Easy Livin' was getting some radio play so at least we knew who they were. Obviously this was at the height of AC/DC, a couple of album releases after Back in Black, nothing negative to say about this show, have seen them 8 times and besides the warm up show with Bon in 1978 this was my favorite show, Brian's voice was strong and he was really enjoying playing the big stages.

By Ted, Portland, Oregon:
I attribute the hearing loss in my right ear to this concert. ; ). This was the first Oregon show since 77/78 and I was just 16, so first time I had the opportunity to see my favorite band. It was at the old Glass Palace (Mem. Coliseum), which is one of the few arenas of its era that is still around, though the NBA Trailblazers moved into an adjacent, modern arena in the 90s. I was lower level to the right of the stage, more or less eye level with Angus when the spotlight hit him on the catwalk doing the opening riff to Guns For Hire. Angus was still performing at an extremely high energy level in 1983 and touring on what was, in my opinion, a great album that was produced by Malcolm and returned to the raw hard rock style of the 70s. It was also one of the first stage productions I remember that had these geometric, adjustable lighting rigs. This was classic AC/DC, before all the spectacle of later tours--just a massive light show and full-throttle, super high energy performance. It was one of the early shows of the tour and they were on fire. That was the best I ever saw AC/DC. It was also the only time I ever got to see Eddie Clark perform live. I remember being disappointed Pete Way wasn't actually in Fastway.