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

Info

Event: Monsters Of Rock

Bill: AC/DC, Van Halen, Motley Crue

Promoter: EMA Telestar

Capacity: 35,000

Fan reviews:

By Tom, Sweden:
It was a great day for rock n roll. The weather was fine and three great bands on the bill. AC/DC Van Halen and Motley Crue. The whole show was in daylight so there were no lightshow at all but it didn't matter. I can't remember the setlist but they opened with Hells bells and ended with for those about to rock. To be honest I came to see Van Halen that day but AC/DC simply blew them away. From that day it was AC/DC for me and I have seen them many times since then. Can't wait to see them at Ullevi stadium in Gothenburg in June on their Black ice tour.

By Håkan Karlsson, Växjö/Sweden:
What a band and what a show.Van Halen and Motley Crue didn´t stand a chance. I was 16 years old and it was my first gig with the best band in the world!
Setlist:
1.Hells Bells
2.Sin City
3.Shoot To Thrill
4.Shot Down In Flames
5.Back In Black
6.Rock´n´Roll Ain´t noise Pollution
7.Bad Boy Boogie
8.The Jack
9.Have a Drink On Me
10.Dirty Deeds Done dirt Cheap
11.Highway To Hell
12.Whole Lotta Rosie
13.Let There Be Rock
14.T.N.T.
15.For Those About To Rock-We Salute You
Notice: They didn´t play any songs from Flick of the Switch, the album they were touring. Neither You Shook me All Night Long accured in the set.See you guys again at Stockholm Stadion in 2010, my 8th gig with the band.
Hail Hail Rock´n´Roll!

By Morten Smith, Stavanger, Norway:
I was 20 years and drove from Stavanger to Stockholm to see this concert. That is a 983 km car drive BUT it was worth it. At 12.00 o`clock Motley was the first band on stage,
then Van Halen, even better but when AC/DC came on stage I got the chills down my neck. What a fantastic performance. I remember Angus jumping from speaker to speaker while playing his guitar, I remember the Hells Bells that came down and Brian hanging in a rope. Seen them many times since that great Saturday in Stockholm and they still keep me young and healthy by listening to their great rock music.