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

  • Rock N Roll Train
  • Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
  • Back In Black
  • Big Jack
  • Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
  • Shot Down In Flames
  • Thunderstruck
  • Black Ice
  • The Jack
  • Hells Bells
  • Shoot To Thrill
  • War Machine
  • Anything Goes
  • You Shook Me All Night Long
  • T.N.T.
  • Whole Lotta Rosie
  • Let There Be Rock
  • Highway To Hell
  • For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)
  • Line Up

    Angus Young - Lead Guitar
    Malcolm Young - Rhythm Guitar
    Brian Johnson - Lead Vocals
    Cliff Williams - Bass
    Phil Rudd - Drums


    Supported by: The Answer

    Tickets: 72.70 Euros

    Promoter: United Promoters AG

    Capacity: 11,136

    Attendance: 11,136


    Online reviews & articles:

  • Heilige Messe mit Hornchen und Hardrock [Abend Zeitung, 2009-03-29]
  • Die Holle ist ein krisenfestes Kraftwerk [Salzburg Nachrichten, 2009-03-29]
  • Wie man aus einem Konzert einen Zustand macht [TZ, 2009-03-29]
  • Meilenweit an der Holle vorbei [Suddeutsche, 2009-03-28]
  • Krisenfest und ohne Gurt [TZ, 2009-03-28]
  • Stimmung schon beim ersten Schrei [Bayerischer Rundfunk, 2009-03-28]
  • Im Bann des Derwischs [Suddeutsche, 2009-03-28]
  • Krisenfest und ohne Gurt [TZ, 2009-03-28]
  • AC/DC At Munich Olympiahalle [Music Mirror, 2009-03-28]
  • AC/DC At Munich Olympiahalle (German review) [Music Mirror, 2009-03-28]
  • Starkstrom fur die Ohren [Bayerischer Rundfunk, 2009-03-26]
  • Photo Galleries:

  • Suddeutsche
  • BR
  • Abendzeitung
  • Music Mirror
  • Fan reviews:

    By Peter, Ingolstadt, Germany:
    Been to the concert in Munich yesterday.
    They played exactly the same set as the gigs before. Of course, they have to play their milestone songs (Highway, BIB, LTBR,...) People expect them. But isn't there place for just one (I´ll call it) "surprise song" per gig? What about the "Powerage" album? Not one song got played from this masterpiece. But they sure played five songs from "Black Ice" instead. (Am I the only one who thinks that their this album is much overrated?) Two Songs would have been way enough.

    Another thing that was missing badly was Angus` bluesy guitar-play. He isn't that fast and flashy on the fretboard as he was when I saw him for the first time back in the early nineties. That's only natural, he's getting older. But yesterday, his playing seemed to me as if he was trying to compete with those technique and speed-virtuosos, who he always uses to complain about in interviews. Don't get me wrong: I really worship Angus Young. He was my hero from the day on, I dropped the needle on the Highway to Hell album. He's a fantastic blues/rock guitar player. But I can't understand why he doesn't just stick to his guns instead of trying to run a ridiculous number of notes down his fretboard in just no time.

    Brian did one hell of a job. Jumping, running and screaming for almost two hours.
    Can't believe that this guy's already in his sixties. The rest of the band was pure routine.

    Did anybody notice all the special effects they bring on with them for that tour?
    inflatables, canons, bell, video, devil horns... I wonder if they really need that stuff? Nice to have, maybe, but as far as I am concerned, AC/DC once stood for the very opposite: Pure Rock & Roll.

    Don't get me wrong: They are still a great Rock-Band but it seems to me, that there are people around the band who want to get their piece of the cake. The array of merchandising was overwhelming. (When does the official AC/DC-bubblegum come out?) The whole thing smelled like a sell-out to me...

    By Donie, Cork, Ireland:
    Flew into Munich from Cork on the day off the concert & what a concert it was. From start to finish the show was amazing, the lights, the screens, the train, the bell, the blow up Rosie, the canons, the crowd and of course the Band, just amazing, they still have it. Thanks lads for a great night. The Answer weren't half bad either, & they're Irish, that's another good thing bout them. Roll on Dublin on the 18th of April, & Punchestown on the 28th of June. Keep on rocking lads...

    By Giacomo, Cesena, ITALY:
    Just to say thanks to the Germans. You know how to organize a concert. Everything went just perfect.
    Thanks again.

    AC/DC were tremendous as always. Brian was good and loud, even if he suffered from the heat of the venue.

    By Ole Brumm, Regensburg:
    Great concert, what else!
    And some special things happened that night.
    First: At the end of the Angus-Strip (during "The Jack"), Angus got his guitar back and plays a solo. And then, Malcolm and Cliff go to their Microphones at the front of the stage and Brian comes to the middle of the stage to begin to sing again. But Angus extends his Solo! and Malcolm immediately returns to the drumkit, Brian goes back to the side but cliff stays at his mic for more than a minute just playing bass.

    Second: Brian begins the third verse of the track Let There Be Rock with the first words of the second verse! He stops singing, says something like "Yeah, everybody like it" and begins again with the right, third, verse. The Rhythm-Section reacts cool and plays on like nothing happened!

    Third: During "Highway To Hell" someone throws the "Horns" to Brian on the Catwalk an Brian puts them on. He runs back and pulled them of. But Angus grab them and put them back on the head of Brian. Nice picture. Brian and Angus with the Devil-Horns on while Angus puts hit guitar between Brian's legs at the end of the track! And they had much fun!