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AC/DC unveils 'Power Up' European tour

Legendary rockers announce highly-anticipated dates after four years, tickets on sale February 16th

Iconic rock band AC/DC is set to electrify Europe this summer with their highly anticipated POWER UP tour, featuring two nights at Wembley Stadium in England.

Angus Young, Brian Johnson, and Stevie Young will be joined by Matt Laug on drums (substituting for Phil Rudd) and Chris Chaney on bass (filling in for Cliff Williams) for the tour. The announcement comes four years after the release of their 17th studio album, "Power Up."

The European tour kicks off on May 17 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, where the rock legends will perform nine of the 21 scheduled dates. The tour also includes stops in Ireland, Belgium, and Dublin's Croke Park on August 17, marking the band's first tour since 2016.

Fans expressed their excitement on social media, with one stating, "Didn’t think this day would ever come. Very exciting. Probably the last (European) AC/DC tour. This is going to be awesome!"

AC/DC's official X account shared the tour dates, expressing their thrill: "We are thrilled to finally announce the 'POWER UP' European Tour. We can't wait to see you out there."

AC/DC POWER UP European tour
City VenueDates 
Gelsenkirchen, Germany Veltins Arena May 17, May 21
Reggio Emilia, Italy RCF Arena May 25
Seville, Spain La Cartuja Stadium May 29
Amsterdam, Netherlands Johan Cruyff Arena June 5
Munich, Germany  Olympic Stadium  June 9, June 12
Dresden, Germany  Messe  June 16 
Vienna, Austria  Ernst Happel Stadium  June 23, June 26
Zurich, Switzerland Letzigrund Stadium  June 29
London, England  Wembley Stadium  July 3, July 7 
Hockenheim, Germany Ring  July 13 
Stuttgart, Germany Wasen  July 17 
Bratislava, Slovakia Old Airport  July 21 
Nuremberg, Germany Zeppelinfeld  July 27 
Hannover, Germany Messe  July 31 
Dessel, Belgium Festivalpark Stenehei August 9 
 Paris, France Hippodrome Paris Longchamp August 13 
Dublin, Ireland Croke Park  August 17 


Tickets for the tour go on sale starting February 16 at 10 am local time for most venues, with exceptions for German dates (11 am local time) and the Dublin date (9 am local time). Fans can purchase tickets through AC/DC's official website.

Source: Daily Mail

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