Promoter Garry Van Egmond announced the Australian dates for AC/DC’s ROCK OR BUST WORLD TOUR today. Following on from the release of their worldwide Number One album ‘Rock Or Bust’, the legendary band will play Australian stadium shows in November and December. AC/DC will blast their way through each of the five major capital cities where they will appear at outdoor stadiums.
SYDNEY – Wednesday 4 November at ANZ Stadium Australia,www.ticketek.com.au
BRISBANE – Thursday 12 November at QSAC www.ticketek.com.au
ADELAIDE – Saturday 21 November at Adelaide Oval, www.ticketek.com.au
PERTH – Friday 27 November at Domain Stadium, www.ticketmaster.com.au
MELBOURNE – Sunday 6 December at Etihad Stadium, www.ticketmaster.com.au
Tickets to the Australian tour go on sale Monday 20 April.
Ticket prices range from: *$99.00 and *$159.00
Visit: www.acdctour.com.au for more tour information
AC/DC’s album ‘Rock or Bust’ was released on December 2 last year and immediately topped sales charts around the globe. The album’s first 2 singles “Play Ball” and “Rock or Bust” were added to major radio around the world. The band’s third video “Rock The Blues Away” shot in Los Angeles has just been released and has already notched up more than 9 million views.
‘Rock or Bust’ is the band’s fifth No.1 album in Australia and the bands seventeenth studio album overall, with the previous four being: BACK IN BLACK (March 1981),LIVE (22-Nov-1992), BALLBREAKER (8-Oct-1995), and their last was BLACK ICE(27-Oct-2008).
If there is one thing you have to do in your life its AC/DC live!Tickets are priced at *$99.00 and *$159.00 and go on sale on Monday 20 April.
*Booking and transaction fees may apply to credit card transactionsFor further information on the AC/DC Australian tour visit:www.acdctour.com.au
Australian Tour presented by: Van Egmond Group
One of the group’s best-loved works, the enormously successful and influential “Back In Black,” has achieved RIAA “Double Diamond” status, for sales in excess of 22 million copies in the United States, and is the U.S.’s fifth largest-selling album ever.
But the roots of AC/DC lie back in Australia, and before that Glasgow, Scotland, where Angus and Malcolm Young, the musical core of the band (and still the most formidable guitar team in rock history), were born (in 1958 and 1953, respectively). In 1963, the Young family migrated to Sydney, Australia, where music would make its mark on the brothers. (As a member of the Easybeats, Angus and Malcolm’s older sibling, George Young, was responsible for one of Australia’s first international hits, “Friday On My Mind,” in 1966. From 1974 through 2000, George and musical collaborator, Harry Vanda, produced a number of AC/DC albums including “High Voltage,” “T.N.T.,” “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap,” “Let There Be Rock,” “If You Want Blood You’ve Got It,” “Powerage,” “74 Jailbreak,” “Who Made Who,” “Blow Up Your Video,” and “Stiff Upper Lip.”)