Before you buy your tickets on Monday to AC/DC’s Rock or Bust national tour, get into the mood by tuning into AC/DC Live At River Plate airing Friday the 17th April on the Nine Network.
AC/DC Live At River Plate is a definitive live concert documenting the band’s massive Black Ice World Tour of 2009.
Shot in December, 2009, AC/DC Live At River Plate marks the legendary rock outfit’s triumphant return to Buenos Aires where nearly 200,000 fans and three sold-out shows welcomed them back after a 13 year absence from Argentina.
Tickets go on sale Monday 20th April for the tour in November and December, which will see AC/DC will blast their way through outdoor stadiums in each of the five major capital cities.
Tour details are as follows:
SYDNEY – Wednesday 4 November at ANZ Stadium Australia: tickets here
BRISBANE – Thursday 12 November at QSAC tickets here
ADELAIDE – Saturday 21 November at Adelaide Oval, tickets here
PERTH – Friday 27 November at Domain Stadium, tickets here
MELBOURNE – Sunday 6 December at Etihad Stadium, tickets here
Tickets to the Australian tour go on sale Monday 20 April and prices range from: *$99.00 and *$159.00
Visit: www.acdctour.com.au for more tour information and screening times for AC/DC Live At River Plate airing Friday the 17th April on the Nine Network.
The Rock or Bust World Tour begins in Holland on May 5th through to July with the North American leg commencing in August through to September.
AC/DC will then jet over to Australia in November; New Zealand dates have also been confirmed for December with tickets going on sale in May.
The new album Rock or Bust was released in December last year and immediately topped sales charts around the globe.
The album’s first two singles “Play Ball” and “Rock or Bust” have received radio airplay 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 band’s seventeenth studio album.
Don’t miss the concert event of the decade heading to Australia this year.