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
Simon Wright - Drums


Supported by: Fastway

Tickets: $13.50

Capacity: 14,000

Fan reviews:

By Tony C, New York, NY:
This was my very first of many AC/DC shows. I was 15 and a sophmore in high school, but was as excited as a 5 year old on Christmas day...probably more. I was a budding guitarist and Angus was my hero - still is.

By some stroke of luck, my friend was able to get us tix on the floor - 15th row center to be precise. Let me tell you that this show was surreal. Angus (all of 27 years old then) was still a kid himself in most ways, looking like he did during the Bon years. If you want to see what this show was like, watch the Plug Me In video - 1983 at the Houston Summit. That was pretty much the set list I remember. Brian, still had his old voice back then - it was really the last tour he sounded like that. While I was a little bummed I didn't get to see Phil the first time, Simon was a good fit and did just fine - besides, I was there to see Angus.

Back then there was no crazy stage props or lights other than the cannons - just two big brass ones, which i can tell you without a doubt were 10x louder than they are today. No catwalk down the center of the arena. It was just a line of Marshalls and pure rock energy. They did have the catwalk above the amps though. Oh, and the bell was a real bell that Brian hit with a real sledge hammer - not a sample from the record - had a way higher pitch.

As far as the music goes it was all amazing - super tight and wicked hot. I remember thinking how well Brian sang the Bon songs back then. They still played sin city, bad boy, and high voltage -- remember this is only their 3rd album w Brian. Of course there was the other standards from every tour - The Jack, Rosie, etc... and Flick is a kick ass album itself... so under-appreciated.

My best friend at the time was literally standing on my shoulders half the show -- the two of us screaming like to teenage girls at a Beatles show. Deaf for a week afterwards, I didn't want to take off my concert shirt (3/4 sleeve of course) for a month. Dreamed about that show for weeks after. Still remember it as being one of the best nights of my life.

I've seen a lot of AC/DC since then. And some of those shows were just as fun -- even back in Nov. 25 years later at MSG - this time in a lux box with the same HS friend. We had a rockin' good time.

By Bob M, Queens, NYC:
My second concert I've been to, Foreigner, Cold as Ice Tour. This show rocked!!! I was 16 years old. The opening song was Hells Bells. A huge bell was lowered to the stage. Brian was using a sledgehammer to strike it. Unbelievable. I had second row seats. The speakers were 15' tall. I was deaf for a week with my ears ringing. Great memories!!