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: Slash's Snakepit

Tickets: $42.00

Promoter: Pace Concerts / SFX Entertainment

Capacity: 11,650

Attendance: 11,197

Fan reviews:

By Mike Besson, :
This show rocked! I have waited to see them since the "For those about to Rock" tour, and they did not let me down. Brian still belts out vocals as he did years ago. Angus is still the king! Anyone reading this that has a chance to buy a ticket for a show, I have advice; buy it!!! As you have read in other reviews, the band hit every one of the songs that you would expect. The music is very loud with a drive that pounds your chest. The stage show and pyros keep the adrenaline rushing. I have been to a lot of shows, and I can tell you that they had the crowd in the palm of their hand from song 1. You can read other reviews for the playlist, etc. I am just here to tell you that if you have never seen this band, you owe it to yourself to check this one out. And by the way, when the cannons roll out for "For those about to rock", well, prepare yourself for an unforgettable experience! AC/DC STILL RULES!!!!!

By Gary Clark, :
Last Night, Oh what a night. I'll start from the beginning. Got in the compaq center to see Slash. Slash can still play a mean guitar. But his show wasn't what I expected. Only 1 tune (Mr. Brownstone) was I able to enjoy. Slash may want to consider a new lineup. Take your time getting beer and t shirts as his show sucked!!!!Now the big one. While walking around the compaq center people watching, I wasn't at all surprised to see the walks of life that I seen. 4 year old children with there parents, Teenagers with there parents, and hey look there's that 50 year old lawyer dude who just got off work and still sporting his suit. Yes folks AC/DC is a group for everyone! The lights dropped and a glimpse of one of the band members sent the crowd into a roar. Bam! Shook me all night long came roaring from the huge Marshall stacks. And that's what they did, Shook us all night long. 5 45 year + old men playing like 20 year olds. It was great! Then it was time for a Stiff Upper Lip. Sounded great. Excellent live song. Old school did someone say. Shot Down In Flames, Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be, Let There Be Rock (Damned sure was plenty of that) Whole lotta Rosie, T.N.T. The new ones, Meltdown (kicked major ass) I Feel Safe In New York City Back In Black, Hells Bells, Shoot to Thrill, Highway To Hell, Hard As A Rock. I hope I didn't leave out any tunes. And the traditional end: For Those About To Rock! I must say that these young at heart men are still the best live show I have ever seen. Many times. If anyone has a lick of sense they wont miss there opportunity to see these Veteran Rockers. Hall of Fame watch out ,here comes AC/DC. One last thing, Angus is sporting his American Flag Boxers.

By Ron Roth, :
This was my third time to see the band. The last was 1996 in San Antonio. I was a little worried about their performance, because let's face it, there old! They were good in 1996, but I have to say that they were "great" in Houston. Everybody was fit, trim, no mistakes, in to the music and the concert. I was very impressed. These guys rocked the Compaq Center. I stood up the entire two hours. Keep in mind, I'm 49 years old. I've been listening to AC/DC for over twenty years. I love to see "ole" guys rocking. It just tells me I can't give up. I'll come see these guys if their still rocking in my 60's! Keep up the good work - we love you.

By Tony Hudson, :
The boys came into Houston on Sept. 8 and put on one heck of a show to, what seemed to be, a capacity crowd. Before this year, the last time I attended a live show from Angus and the gang was during the Flick of the Switch tour back in 83, so I was overdue for a dosage of live AC/DC.
From the first notes of the opener, YSMANL, to the last notes of the cannon blasting For Those About to Rock, AC/DC kept the Houston crowd on its collective feet. Thanks to the many reviews I have seen, I knew what to expect beforehand in the way of stage set-up, special effects, and song list. One big surprise, however, was the substitution of "Meltdown" for "Satellite Blues", which I had no problems with ("Meltdown" happens to be my favorite SUP tune). It was great to hear the many Bon Scott era tunes such as "Hell Ain't a Bad Place To Be", "Bad Boy Boogie", "Highway to Hell", etc.
Brian, Angus, Malcolm, Cliff, and Phil each displayed superb professional showmanship. I was astounded at how each of the band members seemed to genuinely enjoy playing in front of the Houston crowd. Contrary to other reports of AC/DC being loud, I did not think they were any louder than other live rock/metal bands. AC/DC's music was, however, tighter and more defined than what I remember of other rock/metal bands, and certainly so for the case of the opener Slash's Snakepit. The performance of Slash's Snakepit was not very good.. I'll leave it at that.
Thanks to the lads from Australia for such a great show. Houston salutes you AC/DC!

By Raul Garza, :
The first time I said my friends I'm thinking about goin' to see AC/DC at Houston, most of them call me crazy... well 4 days after the "madness" I'm here writing this review.
My name is Raul Garza, I live at Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and I was one of the thousands of witness to see one of the greatest bands over the face of the earth on September 8 at the Compaq Center at Houston, TX.
It was enough to see the lights go out, and the skinny figure of Angus hit the stage for the thousands in attendance to step up and start to rock!
The first notes of "Shook me.." was the beginning of my BEST concert ever in my whole life... the un-exhausted rhythm of legs and head of Angus, the scratching-glass-wripped voice of Brian as also the nice tempo of Phil on drums, not forgetting the "un-noticed" job of the older Young Brother and bassist Cliff, just was too much for this old-rocker to take...
The continuous "trailer of hits" keep on loading the Center..."Thunderstuck", "The Jack", "Hells Bells", "Stiff upper lip", "Feel fine in New York city" was part of the "first" part of the show... at this moment I was just amazed on the control and energy that Angus put on his playing, but the best was yet to come...
On a second part full of "Classics" beginning with "Back in black" the rhythm of the show were just straight up!!!
"Highway to hell", "Whole lotta Rosie", "Let there be rock" pound like a enormous sting of energy in all the crowd, and for give to the show a "classic" ending, the band played "For those about to rock"... after an hour and fifty minutes of good-old riffs, I was dreaming... the show maybe was over, but the electricity and the power of that show will be something that really will be kick me every time I hear an AC-DC song...
And for those who still are undecided of going to see these guys, here's a little note for U... I spent over 400 bucks just to see the show!!! Don't think and move your butt to get that ticket!!! And for those about to rock... I salute them!

By Susan, :
I have seen AC/DC four times before but I have to say that this concert was absolutely the a matter of fact it is now at the top of the list of all the concerts I have seen!! Angus is the MAN. The band rocked big time. The crowd ranged from 12 year olds to 60+ year olds. What other band can pull in that wide range of people? No one.......because AC/DC RULES!!!!!!! Can't wait to see them again, hopefully in the very near future. Rock on are THE GREATEST!!!! :O)