AC/DC TicketsAC/DC does not tour too often these days, making them an even bigger attraction for diehard fans. Hailing from Sydney, Australia, AC/DC is a pioneer in the worlds of heavy metal and rock and roll. Brian Johnson’s raspy, piercing voice and Angus Young’s killer guitar riffs have made AC/DC one of the greatest bands of all time. Their enormous success is a testament to their popularity, with over 200 million records sold, chart-topping albums, and countless hits including T.N.T., Thunderstruck, Highway to Hell, Back in Black, Hells Bells, and Dirty Deeds Done Cheap. Don’t miss your chance to see one of the best live bands in the world. AC/DC tickets are now on sale for all show dates.
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AC/DC 2015 Rock or Bust World Tour
9/21/15 - If you’re going to be in California this weekend, you still have a chance to catch progressive hard rockers AC/DC live in concert as they wrap up their hugely successful 2015 Rock or Bust World Tour. The guys will first hit San Francisco tonight, playing at AT&T Park at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are still widely available and start at $128. Then, the band will take the weekend off and head down to Los Angeles. They will play their final North American show of the tour on Monday, September 28 at Los Angeles’s Dodger Stadium. It’s sure to be an epic closing performance, so don’t miss it. Tickets to the final show of the Rock or Bust World Tour currently start at $90 and aren’t expected to last.
9/14/15 - Things are winding down for AC/DC and their fans, as the “Rock or Bust” tour is nearly over. They are going out with a bang, however, as proved at Wrigley Field in Chicago earlier this week. Newcomers and veterans alike enjoyed a two hour concert that was a wonderful trip back in time put on by Angus Young and the rest of the band. Despite the fact that the band has some new members, things sounded much as they did back in the 1980s when Malcolm Young was at the helm. On Sunday, Sept. 20, the band will be in Edmonton playing a show at Commonwealth Stadium.
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9/7/15 - Music fans need to catch AC/DC in one of their next six concerts because they could be the band’s final time on the road. Frontman Brian Johnson recently spoke candidly about the possibility that they will retire after this current tour. He recently stated “unfortunately, sometimes there’s a time when you have to call it quits.” While he also added that they have never spoken in absolutes, it seems likely that he and the rest of the band member need to start taking a slower pace. Wrigley Field is the next stop in the “Rock or Bust” tour for AC/DC. The Tuesday, Sept. 15 show is likely going to be sold out, so be sure to purchase your tickets today. Our prices start at $144 for seating in the upper deck.
8/31/15 - It’s hard to believe that there are just 10 shows left for AC/DC along their hugely successful Rock Or Bust World Tour, but the “Back In Black” guys will wrap things up on Monday, September 28 with their final show in Los Angeles, CA. In the meantime, they continue to be a source of inspiration for upcoming music artists, including newcomer Lizzy Hale of the band Halestorm. She recently teamed up with several other artists to perform a series of Black Sabbath and AC/DC cover songs in Nashville, TN. She also recently recorded a cover of “Shoot To Thrill.” Come catch the revolutionary band live at their next show on Thursday at TD Place Stadium at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa, ON. Tickets currently start at $133.
8/26/15 - Rock legends AC/DC have been around long enough to know that not everything works out like you planned. Even the title of their current tour pays homage to the fact that sometimes you have to take a risk in order to reap the rewards. The “Rock or Bust” tour has definitely been anything but a bust, however, as the huge crowd at MetLife Stadium this week showed. The band’s energy was described as “unmatched” and Brian Johnson’s voice was called “flawless.” If you missed the show in New Jersey, don’t worry! The fun continues on Friday, Aug. 28, in Quebec City at the Plains of Abraham at Battlefield Park. If you’ve always dreamed of seeing AC/DC live, now’s your chance! There are an extremely limited number of tickets still available now for $161 and up.
8/19/15 - Heavy metal legends AC/DC are about a month away from wrapping up the North American leg of their Rock Or Bust World Tour. Although the tour has been a huge success for the band, they’ve had to do it all without their usual percussionist. Drummer Phil Rudd was arrested earlier this year on charges of drug possession and threatening to kill. He was recently sentenced to eight months of home detention. Rudd told reporters last week that after his sentence is over he intends to rejoin his band mates and continue touring. Chris Slade is currently filling in for the former drummer and the band has not commented on the matter. Don’t miss AC/DC’s next show this Saturday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA. Tickets are available starting at just $42.
8/3/15 - As iconic hard rockers AC/DC enter the final stretch of the North American leg of their Rock or Bust world tour, one of their original members is gearing up for a project of his own. Dave Evans told new outlets this week that he eventually plans to write a book about his years with the band. It was once rumored that he left the band because he embraced the prevalent glam rock culture more by dressing in a more stylized way than the rest of the group. Evans dismisses this notion completely, saying that his departure was more a result of conflict with management rather than his band mates. Don’t miss AC/DC’s next show on Saturday, August 22 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA. Tickets are available for as little as $94.
7/27/15 - Did you ever imagine that AC/DC would ever be mashed up with Angry Birds? At a recent concert in Finland, the band was honored with a plaque for their record sales in the country, which is also where the hit game of flying birds and egg-stealing pigs was created. The band members and their unique physical traits are featured as the bad pigs, a perfect fit for these hard-core rock and rollers. The band’s travels will soon bring them to North America for a stint of shows in the US and Canada, including an Aug. 28 show in Quebec City. The Olympic Stadium will host the band and tickets are selling fast. We still have a few available, however, with prices starting at just $80. Showtime is set for 7:00PM.
7/20/15 - If you haven’t heard the story behind the album Back in Black by AC/DC, it may make you hear the work in a whole new light. The record was released in 1980, less than a year after Highway to Hell. During that time, the band was mourning the loss of Bon Scott, the singer for the band. Angus and Malcolm Young used that time working on recording as a way to take their minds off the tragedy and as a tribute to Scott. When the time came to find a new singer, they knew they had to choose just the right person, and after a long process they found Brian Johnson, and they knew Bon would approve the choice. AD/DC will be in a city near you come August, so be sure to get your tickets today!
7/13/15 - It is wise to say that AC/DC is one of the most successful hard rock bands to ever hit the music scene. They have sold over 200 million albums in their four-decade career and are continuing to touch hearts, including their diehard fan base. The band has been on their “Rock or Bust” tour since the beginning of May and the fun continues through the end of September. AC/DC will finally make their way over to North America and will end their tour here. Their tours are starting to become far and fewer between, so don’t miss your chance to see them bust out their greatest hits this summer. Next up, AC/DC is hitting the stage in Foxborough, MA at the Gilette Stadium on August 22. Tickets for that event are still available and start at $57 a piece.
7/6/15 - Is AC/DC the best rock and roll band of all time? Many believe so, and even more are being convinced as they witness the band’s live performances. The “Rock or Bust” tour has been a smashing success so far, and is leaving audiences with no doubt as to the legendary status of the band. Generations of fans have enjoyed their music since they went on tour for the first time in 1974, and now audiences across 14 cities in North America can enjoy them for what might just be the last time. It all kicks off on Aug. 22, when they are set to headline at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachussetts. Ticket price points begin at just $57, but quantity is limited, so act quickly!
6/29/15 - Getting the rock and roll music to the masses has always been important to AC/DC, and fans now have one more way of accessing all the band’s albums at a reasonable cost. Their records are now all available on Google Play Music! Downloading your favorite songs is a great way to enjoy their music, but it’s only second-best to seeing them live, which you can do by attending their “Rock or Bust” tour! They are currently traveling in Australia and Europe, but will be bringing the rock to the United States next month. Reviews for shows have been incredibly positive so far, and many are saying the shows have been wildly entertaining. AC/DC has been conservative in the number of concerts they have scheduled, so be sure to purchase your tickets soon so that you don’t miss out!
6/22/15 - AC/DC rocked Hanover, Germany Sunday night, leaving the crowd roaring for more after an 18-song set that included “Rock or Bust,” “Hell Ain’t A Bad Place To Be,” “Have A Drink On Me” and “T.N.T.” The band obliged the electrified crowd by returning to the stage for a two-song encore of “Highway To Hell” and “For Those About To Rock (We Salute You).” Despite the glaring absence of founding guitar player Malcolm Young, the audience welcomed the replacement, Stevie Young, who also happens to be Malcolm’s nephew. The “Rock or Bust” tour of 2015 will see AC/DC in North America late this summer. With just 14 stops, this is not a show you want to miss! Purchase tickets today for the Sept. 22 concert in Vancouver, British Colombia for $133 and up.
6/15/15 - There are ten artists who will be inducted into Australia’s The Age Music Victoria Hall Of Fame come this November. AC/DC is one such lucky recipient of the honor, and guitar player Angus Young called the induction “an honor.” The band credits the town of Melbourne for being the support system that they needed in order to gain enough footing to make it big. Sixteen albums later, AC/DC is still going strong, and they are currently in the middle of their huge “Rock or Bust” tour. They will travel through the United States and Canada later this summer, including stops in Detroit, Chicago, Toronto and Los Angeles. Tickets for all scheduled concerts are on sale now in a wide price range, but will sell quickly. Make your purchase today!
6/8/15 - Hard rockers AC/DC, who are currently on tour in Europe, are having ups and downs this week amid their Rock Or Bust World Tour. On the upside, they recently announced that they have added dates in New Zealand to their lineup. This includes their first performance in Wellington in five years, which takes place at the Westpac Stadium on December 12. They will also play in Auckland at Western Springs on December 15. For all shows, fans will see Chris Slade perform on the drums in place of Phil Rudd. Rudd recently pleaded guilty to possession of drugs as well as making threats to kill his personal assistant. The band maintains that he is a talented drummer but that he is “not the Phil” they know and love.
6/1/15 - Rock and rollers AC/DC performed in Madrid Tuesday night, leaving the capital city town electrified with a 20-song set that included their greatest hits such as “Thunderstruck,” “Highway to Hell,” and “You Shook Me All Night Long.” Up next for the band are additional shows in Switzerland, Germany, the UK, Poland, Italy, Finland and Sweden (to name a few) as a part of the European leg of their tour. They certainly have plenty to keep them busy until the North American leg of “Rock or Bust” begins in late August! Fans in the Chicago area can purchase tickets for the Sept. 15 show at Wrigley Field starting at $165 and up. With just 13 stops in the United States and Canada, these shows will be in high demand, so don’t wait to purchase your tickets today!
5/25/15 - When he’s not shredding the guitar with AC/DC, Angus Young enjoys a hobby that might surprise some fans. The legendary hard rock guitarist took a brief break from the band’s Rock Or Bust World Tour to watch Roger Federer compete at the French Open this week. Federer is a known fan of the band, having seen them live in concert twice and meeting Young 15 years ago. Young wanted to return the favor and enjoyed watching Federer’s second-round win from the presidential box. After the match, he stood up to wave to the tennis champion and crowds. Young and the rest of the AC/DC rockers will kick off the North American leg of their world tour on Saturday, August 22 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA.
5/18/15 - Heavy metal rock gods AC/DC took the stage of Hockenheim, Germany this week as a part of their massive Rock Or Bust 2015 World Tour. As of this week the band’s sixteenth studio album, after which the tour is named, has also sold well over 500,000 copies since its release last December. Although it’s the first album and first tour without original guitarist Malcolm Young, the band proves their still rocking down the highway to hell with new guitarist and nephew Stevie Young. Their set list included a hit-stacked ensemble that of course opened with “Rock Or Bust” before moving onto other favorites like “Shoot To Thrill” and “You Shook Me All Night Long.” Come see AC/DC when they kick off the North American leg of their tour on August 22.
5/11/15 - As AC/DC continues their world tour, rumors have been circling as to who will open for them when they head to Australia. Allegedly, the classic rock band have been trying to get three of the country's biggest bands to join them on stage: Powderfinger, Jet, and Silverchair. Most of the news is pure speculation and rumor, but Jet has played into the rumors, teasing fans on their Facebook page that they may be reuniting. AC/DC is also touring without their drummer Phil Rudd due to his recent legal issues. Chris Slade has replaced him. After remaining silent for the past six months, Rudd has released a statement about the situation, including his wish that he could be playing with the group on tour. American fans can catch AC/DC starting in August, with tickets still available starting at $55.
5/4/15 - Although fans in North America are still waiting patiently to catch hard rock legends AC/DC live in concert, the guys have officially kicked off their 2015 Rock Or Bust World Tour. They opened things up in Arnhem, Holland on May 5 at the Gelredome with an impressive show that proves they’ve still got it. Their set list included 18 hits from their decorated music career, including crowd favorites “Back In Black,” “Thunderstruck,” “You Shook Me All Night Long,” and “Let There Be Rock.” They also played a powerful encore, featuring “Highway To Hell” and “For Those About To Rock (We Salute You).” The band will play several shows in Europe this summer before heading to North America. They will kick things off in the U.S. on August 22 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA.
4/27/15Wrigley Field in Chicago isn’t just a world-famous sports arena, it is also a go-to stop for musicians on tour. This fall, AC/DC will make a stop there as a part of their “Rock or Bust” world tour that starts next month in Europe. A couple of the venue’s neighbors, however, have recently expressed concern over the ever-popular and ever-loud heavy metal band’s upcoming appearance on Sept. 15. They worry that the band won’t comply with the 11 P.M. noise curfew, much like what happened several years ago when Pearl Jam stayed on stage until two in the morning due to a weather-related delay. Certainly a couple of uptight neighbors won’t keep AC/DC fans away; tickets are selling like crazy for that and all other North American concerts.
4/20/15 - Although they got their start 40 years ago, AC/DC still remains one of the strongest forces in rock and roll music and is by far the most successful act to stem from Australia. After a wildly successful performance at Coachella, which was the unofficial launch to their “Rock or Bust” tour, the band will be heading to Europe in May for a stint of concerts before the North American leg begins in August. In November, they will head back to their native country for five shows in cities like Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide. Known for selling out their shows very quickly, you should not wait to purchase tickets in a city near you! Those in the Chicago, IL area can see them at Wrigley Field on Tuesday, Sep. 15. Ticket prices start at $166.
4/15/15 - The iconic hard rock group AC/DC took Coachella by storm last weekend, delivering heavy metal to the popular Indio valley music festival. They played over a two and a half hour set, crashing through legendary hits like “Thunder,” “(You Shook Me) All Night Long,” and “Highway to Hell.” Although the crowd was a largely millennial audience, fans could still be spotted singing along word for word while they pumped their hands in the air. This is one of the band’s first shows together in many years, and they set the bar extremely high for their upcoming Rock Or Bust World Tour. After another stint at Coachella next weekend, the band will take a hiatus until their world tour kicks off on August 22 in Foxborough, MA.
4/6/15 - This week marks a special anniversary for the iconic hard rock group known as AC/DC. April 1 signaled the 35th anniversary of when Brian Johnson officially joined the band as lead singer in 1980. The announcement came as a surprise to fans back then, as former lead singer Bon Scott had only passed away six weeks prior to the news. Fans may not have known at the time that Scott actually had an active role in finding Johnson. He saw Johnson perform when he was still the lead singer for a band called Geordie. Johnson had appendicitis at the time and impressed Scott by singing on the floor while kicking and screaming. Scott of course had no idea that Johnson was actually in extreme physical pain, and simply loved his over the top performance.
4/3/15 - Can’t get enough of iconic rock band AC/DC? Now you have the chance to live like the band, literally. Bassist Cliff Williams recently put his Gulf Harbor home in Fort Myers up for sale to the tune of $6,995,000. Williams and his wife, Georganne, listed the 13,000 square foot property for sale on Tuesday after living in the neighborhood for five years. The couple still plans to call Southwest Florida home, but will stay at another property in the area. Williams joined the band behind hits like “Highway to Hell,” “You Shook Me All Night Long,” and “Back in Black” back in 1977. The super group will kick off their 2015 Rock Or Bust Tour in August after a two-weekend stint at the Coachella Music Festival.
3/23/15 - If you haven’t seen the third music video from Rock or Bust, the latest album from AC/DC, be sure to check it out ASAP. “Rock the Blues Away” was filmed just after the group’s epic performance on the Grammy awards this year. The video features back and forth snippets of the band rocking out as they perform the tune, goof around together backstage, and load a tour bus with all their stage equipment. It really gives a taste of what is to come as the group embarks on a tour later this year. While fans will have to wait until this summer for that to start, diehards can see them as they take the stage at the Coachella Music Festival next month. Three-day passes can be purchased for the April 17-19 event for $394.
3/16/15 - AC/DC is the force behind infamous tunes such as “Thunderstruck,” “Back in Black,” “Let There Be Rock,” and “You Shook Me All Night Long,” which are some of the most recognizable and beloved songs in the entire universe. The band has sold over more than 200 million records since the 1975 release of their debut record, High Voltage. Since that time, they have written, recorded and released 16 more classic rock and roll albums, including 2014’s Rock or Bust. Despite the recent illness and subsequent departure of founding member Malcolm Young, the group is planning a late summer tour of the United States and Canada, which will include a Sep. 15 stop at Wrigley Field in Chicago. We have tickets available for purchase now starting at $161.
3/9/15 - After the iconic rockers of AC/DC headline the Coachella Music Festival next month, they will embark on their highly anticipated Rock or Bust 2015 World Tour. The North American leg of the tour will include a series of performances scheduled from August 22 through September 28 this summer. Fans can expect everything from classic hits like “Back in Black,” “Thunderstruck,” and “All Night Long,” to newer releases like “Rock the Blues Away.” In fact, the band recently released a music video for “Rock the Blues Away,” which pays homage to their early club roots. After headlining Coachella next month, the veteran shredders will take a brief break before embarking on their world tour, which officially kicks off on May 5 in the Netherlands. Tickets are limited so don’t miss your opportunity to experience AC/DC live!