Un-stoppable rockers AC/DC have just announced that they will tour Australia later in 2015. The tour will be a celebration of their milestone 40th anniversary together and countless top charting albums.
The legendary Aussie band plan to play stadium shows around the country on the hometown leg of their Rock Or Bust world tour.
The tour will start in Sydney in November 2015 and then head to Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Melbourne where they complete their national tour ahead of the New Zealand tour in December.
The band, which began in 1973, is heading the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in the US this weekend.
The line up of the band will be founding member Angus Young on lead guitar, Brian Johnson on lead vocals, Cliff Williams on Bass guitar, Stevie Young who is nephew to founding member Malcolm Young and replaces him on rhythm guitar due to Malcolm’s health issues and Chris Slade on drums replacing Phil Rudd who is dealing with legal issues at the moment.
Chris played with AC/DC during the 1990s and also fronted his own AC/DC cover band.
AC/DC HOMETOWN TOUR
- SYDNEY: Wednesday 4 November at ANZ Stadium Australia
- BRISBANE: Thursday 12 November at QSAC
- ADELAIDE: Saturday 21 November at Adelaide Oval
- PERTH: Friday 27 November at Domain Stadium
- MELBOURNE: Sunday 6 December at Etihad Stadium