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

    Info

    Supported by: The Answer

    Tickets: £45.00

    Promoter: SJM Concerts & Live Nation

    Capacity: 15,000

    Attendance: 15,000

    SOLD OUT

    Photo Galleries:

  • Neil Luppin/Flickr
  • Miikaela/Flickr
  • Nigel Lee/Flickr
  • Solamore/Flickr
  • Fan reviews:

    By Tom, Reading, UK:
    Great show. Opened, of course with the now famous Rock N Roll Train blasting through two screens onstage to the riff of Angus' Gibson guitar. As the band flew through their "mix and match" set as Brian Johnson said they hit every note perfect with Cliff and Malcolm stepping up at key points to the mic to add backing vocals to a brilliant crowd attempt. Some highlights were the huge blow up 'Rosie' during AC/DC's Whole Lotta Rosie and during Hells Bells were singer Johnson swung on a rope tangling from the AC/DC bell, lowered from the heavens. Angus went on to play a solo on a platform being raised into the crowd from the end of a central runway. The band finished, as always on For Those About To Rock with a six cannon salute. Great concert and I'm off to Birmingham next week to see the boys again!

    By Andy Barr, Horton Kirby, Kent:
    The show was stunning. Having seen them on every tour, last night was THE best. Highlight for me was the awesome 'Dirty Deeds'. AC/DC never fail to deliver. Top stuff.

    By Tony, Sussex, England:
    What an amazing night! I was against the barriers on the center walkway, Cliff's side. Maybe 15ft from the front corner - so I could see everything.

    The opening cartoon was fantastic on the huge video screen, then on came Angus and the Boys crashing into "Rock n Roll Train". The crowd went mad, and even madder when the chorus kicked in!

    The whole show was as tight as you can get. Malcolm was faultless - often watching to see where Angus was and along with Phil and Cliff the whole rhythm powerhouse was Perfect. Brian was up and down the walkway - stirring up the crowd and high 5'ing. Angus takes it a bit easier than he used to but he's still absolutely ace. He clearly loves his job - well who wouldn't?

    The whole tech side of the show was perfect. Loud but not too loud. The light show and video screens were awesome. The bell and cannons were there as always. Just a perfect show.

    (I saw Angus’ little old guitar tech checking out the middle walkway just before the band came on and telling the photographers in no uncertain terms to get their cameras off there! He then dove under the stage to where Angus keeps his amps.

    During "Let There Be Rock" when Angus goes up on the elevated platform to solo, I had another guitar tech crouched down in front of me beside the walkway with a back-up SG ready in case Angus needed it. Presumably in case he knocked his one out of tune whilst failing around on the floor!

    Excellent concert guys!
    Hope to see them again...

    By john lennon, London:
    Fantastic, just fantastic. I knew we were in for a good night when the legendary George Young sat down near us and smiled all night as AC/DC played hard dirty gritty rock n roll. Right from the first chord until the final smoke puff from the canons this show rocked. Roll on Dublin

    By Julian Simpson, Loughborough, UK:
    Just like seeing old friends after 20 years, AC/DC were fantastic. This was my fifth time seeing them live and the 1st since 1988! Show was very professional, and as other reviews have said, both Angus and Brian were on top form. Considering their age I have no idea where they get their energy from - could do with some of that myself!

    Setlist was the same as all the other Euro tour shows, including a slowed down version of FTATR at the end. Shame they don't use the original Hells Bell anymore though...

    Really great to see the spread of the audience - all ages incl the older rockers, 1st time teens and younger kids with their dads.

    Can't wait for Manchester!

    By Mark Thomas, Addlestone, England:
    Well, what can I say but brilliant! What a show, and a fantastic show it was, from the opening cartoon and train coming through the rear of the set , to the 21 gun salute at the end, not forgetting Rosie of course! I saw them last about 20 years ago, and they just seem to get better and better. Brian worked the crowd and Angus was his usual energetic self, for the whole two hour set (puts some younger bands to shame!). The place was full to the rafters with not one spare seat, and what a night it was. If you've not seen them, save your pounds and make a point of going before these guys call it a day. Greatest band in the world and I salute you.

    By Ray Coldwell, Bideford, UK:
    The best...what a night! As much as you expect and get ready for the best concert. They just surpass any possible expectations. Superb!!!!!!!!!!!! Cannot wait to see them again at Birmingham next week. Well done lads...never change a thing-you've got it ..no other band comes near.

    By derek watson, lanark, scotland:
    9th time and best time. Brilliant

    By Neil Forman, St Peter Port, Guernsey:
    Wow!
    Been a fan for years, third time I've seen them but this was the best. Wife never seen a rock concert before and although not a big fan she has been converted. What an amazing night. Angus and Brian put in a legendary performance as did the others. Where they get their energy I don't know. Puts all the modern bands to shame.
    Great stuff, lets have more.

    By Steve Adams, Hull, UK:
    This was my 15th AC/DC gig without doubt their best so far. It just gets better and better. The Greatest Rock Band Of All Time 'WE SALUTE YOU'

    By Samantha Karnovski, Rochester, Kent England:
    What a truly amazing experience. Took my partner for his 40th birthday present. Best money ever spent. The boys performance was everything we expected and more. They belted out old and new hits and gave us a night to remember. The atmosphere was electrifying. I don't think there has ever been so many people performing air guitar in public in one place at one time ever before. Thanks boys for a terrific night.

    By Julian, Ireland:
    WELL WHAT CAN YOU SAY BUT DC AT THERE POWERFUL BEST,SEEN THEM OVER TWENTY YEARS AGO AND THEY STILL SOUND AS FRESH BUT THIS BAND NEVER FAILS TO DELIVER AND THEY SHOOK THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE 02 PLEASE DON'T LET THIS BE THERE LAST ALBUM AND TOUR BECAUSE THEY WILL NEVER BE REPLACED. THANKS FOR UNFORGETTABLE NIGHT ANGUS MALCOLM CLIFF PHIL BRIAN ROLL ON AC/DC PUNCHESTOWN... JC

    By Cate Greer, Derry City:
    The venue was top drawer, walked in the door and they started playing, I nearly pee'd mesel with excitement!! they were everything I thought they would be, exciting, relentless and 'tons a fun'!!! I love you guys and i know you are hardest rock and roll band in the world so please don't make this ur last tour, you told me this in 2001, i thought i would never see you again, but hey here you are, lovin life. Maximum rock and roll is brilliant too, love you guys, it ain't noise pollution!!! ride on!!

    By Colin, Dover,Kent England:
    Well what can I say that has not already been said. AC/DC are noted to be the band to see before you die, and no I don't wanna die yet just because I've seen them. Jesus I want more of AC/DC, well seen them few times now, and they just get better and better, I know they are getting on in years but Hell I don't want them to retire, they are too damn good. I want another new album and another tour guys. My wife has never ever been to a concert in her life, so I thought Hell if you want to go to a concert and it's your first time. Then forget about the rest go right to the top of the pile and see the best AC/DC. And you know what they never let me down. I loved it and she was blown away, she wants more and can you blame her. The music was good and loud, the old classics were spot on and the new songs perfect, and what an opening set, brilliant, and it got better and better. Next stop for me Wembley on June 26th, much to my wifes annoyance on my own. Anyway don't stop rocking boys!

     

     

     

    All AC/DC concerts in London

  • 23 Apr. 1976: London, Red Cow
  • 26 Apr. 1976: London, The Nashville Rooms
  • 11 May 1976: London, Marquee
  • 12 May 1976: London, Marquee
  • 14 May 1976: London, Dingwalls
  • 20 May 1976: London, Red Cow
  • 23 May 1976: London, Fulham - Greyhound
  • 27 May 1976: London, Witchity
  • 27 May 1976: London, The Nashville Rooms
  • 30 May 1976: London, Victoria Palace
  • 3 Jun. 1976: London, The Nashville Rooms
  • 4 Jun. 1976: London, Marquee
  • 5 Jun. 1976: London, Fulham - Greyhound
  • 7 Jul. 1976: London, Lyceum Ballroom
  • 13 Jul. 1976: London, Wimbledon Theatre
  • 26 Jul. 1976: London, Marquee
  • 2 Aug. 1976: London, Marquee
  • 9 Aug. 1976: London, Marquee
  • 13 Aug. 1976: London, Dingwalls
  • 16 Aug. 1976: London, Marquee
  • 23 Aug. 1976: London, Marquee
  • 24 Aug. 1976: London, Marquee
  • 7 Sep. 1976: London, Marquee
  • 8 Sep. 1976: London, Marquee
  • 10 Nov. 1976: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 11 Mar. 1977: London, Finsbury Park - Rainbow
  • 25 Oct. 1977: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 27 Oct. 1977: London, Golders Green Hippodrome
  • 7 May 1978: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 15 Nov. 1978: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 16 Nov. 1978: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 18 Aug. 1979: London, Wembley Stadium
  • 1 Nov. 1979: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 2 Nov. 1979: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 3 Nov. 1979: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 4 Nov. 1979: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 17 Dec. 1979: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 10 Nov. 1980: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 11 Nov. 1980: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 12 Nov. 1980: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 14 Nov. 1980: London, Victoria Apollo Theatre
  • 15 Nov. 1980: London, Victoria Apollo Theatre
  • 16 Nov. 1980: London, Victoria Apollo Theatre
  • 13 Oct. 1982: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 14 Oct. 1982: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 15 Oct. 1982: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 16 Oct. 1982: London, Hammersmith Odeon
  • 18 Oct. 1982: London, Wembley Arena
  • 19 Oct. 1982: London, Wembley Arena
  • 16 Jan. 1986: London, Wembley Arena
  • 17 Jan. 1986: London, Wembley Arena
  • 11 Mar. 1988: London, Wembley Arena
  • 12 Mar. 1988: London, Wembley Arena
  • 13 Mar. 1988: London, Wembley Arena
  • 13 Apr. 1988: London, Wembley Arena
  • 15 Apr. 1991: London, Wembley Arena
  • 16 Apr. 1991: London, Wembley Arena
  • 17 Apr. 1991: London, Wembley Arena
  • 21 Jun. 1996: London, Wembley Arena
  • 22 Jun. 1996: London, Wembley Arena
  • 5 Jul. 1996: London, VH1 Studio B
  • 4 Dec. 2000: London, Wembley Arena
  • 5 Dec. 2000: London, Wembley Arena
  • 21 Oct. 2003: London, Carling Apollo Hammersmith
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  • 16 Apr. 2009: London, The O2
  • 26 Jun. 2009: London, Wembley Stadium
  • 4 Jul. 2015: London, Wembley Stadium
  • 4 Jun. 2016: London, The Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
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