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AC/DC Announce Dates For 2024 U.K./European Stadium Tour

By Michael Feb 12, 2024

AC/DC are gearing up for their first European tour in eight years. The veteran hard rockers announced on Monday morning (Feb. 12) that they are gearing up for the European Power Up tour with a line-up featuring singer Brian Johnson, guitarist Angus Young, rhythm guitarist Stevie Young, drummer Matt Laug and Chris Chaney (Jane’s Addiction) replacing longtime bassist Cliff Williams. Williams retired from the band after the conclusion of the 2016 Rock or Bust tour, returning to the fold briefly for the 2020 Power Up album.

The 21-show swing in 10 countries is slated to kick off with the first of two dates at the Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen, Germany on May 17, followed by shows in Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Switzerland before hitting London’s Wembley Stadium for a pair of shows (July 3, 7), Germany, Slovakia and Paris and then winding down with a gig at Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland on August 17.

Tickets for tour will go on sale to the general public on Friday (Feb. 16) between 9-10 a.m. local time; click here for more ticketing information.

The European swing follows AC/DC’s long-awaited return to the stage last year at the all-star hard rock Power Trip festival in Indio, California. The band began teasing their 2024 return on socials last week, posting images of a lightning bolt and a countdown cued to a snippet of “Are You Ready” from 1990’s The Razors Edge.

Power Up marked the return of singer Johnson, who had stepped aside while touring in 2016 due to hearing-loss issues, with Axl Rose of Guns N’ Roses filling in for 22 shows; the tour also saw the band reunited with drummer Phil Rudd after a stint in rehab. The band did not tour in support of Power Up after the seven-leg, 17-month-long stadium outing in support of Rock or Bust.

See the band’s announcement and the tour dates below.

AC/DC 2024 European summer tour dates:

May 17 – Gelsenkirchen, Germany @ Veltins Arena

May 21 – Gelsenkirchen, Germany @ Veltins Arena

May 25 – Reggio Emilia, Italy @ RCF Arena

May 29 – Seville, Spain @ La Cartuja Stadium

June 5 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ Johan Cruyff Arena

June 9 – Munich, Germany @ Olympic Stadium

June 12 – Munich, Germany @ Olympic Stadium

June 16 – Dresden, Germany @ Messe

June 23 – Vienna, Austria @ Ernst Happel Stadium

June 26 – Vienna, Austria @ Ernst Happel Stadium

June 29 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Letzigrund Stadium

July 3 – London, England @ Wembley Stadium

July 7 – London, England @ Wembley Stadium

July 13 – Hockenheim, Germany @ Ring

July 17 – Stuttgart, Germany @ Wasen

July 21 – Bratislava, Slovakia @ Old Airport

July 27 – Nuremberg, Germany @ Zeppelinfeld

July 31 – Hannover, Germany @ Messe

August 9 – Dessel, Belgium @ Festivalpark Stenehei 

August 13 – Paris, France @ Hippodrome ParisLongchamp

August 17 – Dublin, Ireland @ Croke Park

By Michael

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