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
  • Whole Lotta Rosie
  • High Voltage
  • The Jack
  • Rocker
  • Line Up

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

    Info

    Supporting: Aerosmith

    Attendance: 9,000

    Fan reviews:

    By Greg Young, Charlotte, NC:
    My first concert. I was a huge Aerosmith fan. Went with my girlfriend (now my wife of 25 years). I was 15 years old and my memories of the show include Angus on Bon's shoulders going through crowd. The arena was extremely hot and with the mass amount of weed being smoked it was like an inferno (or the highway to hell). Aerosmith played among others, Mama Kin, Adams Apple, Lick and a promise, Get it Up, SOS Too Bad, Back in the Saddle, (pretty much the same set list on live at the Summit in Houston, TX. which is a great DVD now). Very fond memories of this show.

    By George Ellison, Vero Beach, FL:
    The month before this concert AC/DC played a show in Charleston with UFO and Starz (Starz was printed on the ticket anyway, though this site lists another band on the bill instead of Starz). It was AC/DC I wanted to see, and I had a ticket, but for some reason didn't go to the show. People later told me "You missed it! The singer came out into the crowd with the guitar player on his shoulders while they were in mid song!", so I really regretted not seeing the show.

    A month later they were back opening for Aerosmith, another of my favorites, so I knew I wouldn't miss them again. My cousin was in from New Orleans and we went together, I having told him what I'd heard about the fantastic spectacle I'd apparently missed the first time around. At one point in AC/DC's set we came from the restrooms on the concession level (one floor up from the stage), and looking down we saw a commotion in the middle of the crowd, in front of the stage. It was Angus, not on Bon's shoulders but on his own two feet, as several burly roadies parted the crowd. He moved through the mass of people while in full-on badass rocking guitar-playing mode, and I thought A) "That is the coolest thing I've ever seen!" and B) "We're missing it!"

    So we hustled straight down the steps in front of us, which dropped us on the floor at the side of the stage. There was no one around us there, the side of the stage was wide open, and here they came. Out of the crowd, along the side of the stage, Angus & roadies made their way toward backstage to get Angus back onstage with the band, and they walked right past us, arm's length away, Angus shredding all the while. I could have touched him. I still tell people that story, 43 years later. What a band!