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

Exact set list unknown, included most of these tracks.

  • Let There Be Rock
  • Problem Child
  • Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
  • Dog Eat Dog
  • Whole Lotta Rosie
  • High Voltage
  • The Jack
  • Bad Boy Boogie
  • Rocker
  • T.N.T.
  • Line Up

    Angus Young - Lead Guitar
    Malcolm Young - Rhythm Guitar
    Bon Scott - Lead Vocals
    Cliff Williams - Bass
    Phil Rudd - Drums

    Info

    Supporting: UFO

    Supported by: Motors

    Bill: UFO, AC/DC, The Motors

    Tickets: $3.00 / 4.00

    Attendance: 8,000

    Note: Co-headline with UFO

    Fan reviews:

    By DBT singer, Athens, GA:
    I was at the show listed above. I swear it was actually at The Charleston Civic Center. The Motors were very good and UFO was amazing. AC/DC was as awesome as one would hope. It was Thanksgiving weekend and I was in Charleston visiting my grandfather. My Grandmother took me and actually waited in the parking lot while I attended the show (she was the best!).
    Tickets were only $3 and it was the first great show of my life. I was in 8th grade, 13, the perfect age for such an experience.

    My band has a song written about going to shows as a kid and it ends with a reference to this exact show. (Let There Be Rock by Drive-By Truckers).

    They came back a month later opening for Aerosmith. I was going to go, as it occurred during Xmas break, but I had a bad report card and my mom wouldn't let me.

    This show is one of my all time fondest memories.

    By TBone, Charleston, WV USA:
    This concert WAS at the Charleston Civic Center (the old one that closed in 1982). A review of the show in the next morning's Charleston Gazette newspaper reported on the cloud of smoke hovering over the crowd during the concert. This was the show that got smoking banned at the Charleston Civic Center (the old one), and it still is banned today (at the new one, of course). The show was great fun in 1977, three bands for three dollars. That was the cheapest concert ticket I ever bought. It was a good, loud, raucous concert, with a fired-up crowd. The Civic Center's festival seating for rock concerts always produced a loud, active crowd, that roared with delight at every song, solo, and pyrotechnic. Charleston had a good reputation as a venue back then, and attracted all the major tours of the 70's. I'll never forget the people beside me passing pink-papered cigarettes back and forth, contributing to the cloud hovering over the crowd. Great fun!