• AUSSIE SUPERGROUP AC/DC READY TO ROCK ANZ STADIUM THIS NOVEMBER

10 Apr 2015

  • Legendary rock group AC/DC to bring their Rock or Bust World Tour to ANZ Stadium 4 November
  • Tickets go on sale Monday 20 April
  • Box office records were smashed the last time AC/DC brought their World Tour to ANZ Stadium in 2010
  • Rock or Bust is the band’s fifth No.1 album in Australia

Julian Keith

THEY’RE Back in Black and ready to rock ANZ Stadium! Legendary supergroup AC/DC have confirmed they will be bringing their Rock or Bust World Tour to ANZ Stadium on Wednesday 4 November 2015.

AC/DC last toured the world from 2008-2010 with the Black Ice World Tour, which saw the band playing to over five million fans in 108 cities in over 28 countries. Box office records were smashed when they toured Oz in 2010, with their three shows at ANZ Stadium selling out in minutes – and this tour promises to be no different.

Tickets to their November concert go on sale 9am Monday 20 April

The Rock or Bust World Tour comes off the back of their worldwide No.1 album, Rock or Bust, which has already been nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards. Released on December 2 last year, the album immediately topped sales charts around the globe. It’s first two singles Play Ball and Rock or Bust were added to major radio around the world. The band’s third video Rock The Blues Away has just been released and has already notched up more than 9 million views.

More than four decades into a career that shows no sign of slowing down or letting up, the album is the band’s fifth No.1 album in Australia and joins a long list of iconic records that have sold over 220 million copies worldwide.

With their unique brand of high voltage rock ‘n’ roll, AC/DC’s uncomplicated approach has produced countless hits including Back in BlackThunderstruck, Highway to Hell, Hells Bells, It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Want to Rock ‘n’ Roll), You Shook Me All Night Long and many more.

The Rock or Bust World Tour is the third major concert coup for ANZ Stadium in 2015, joining pop sensation Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour in November and fellow rockers Foo Fighters who performed in February as part of their Sonic Highways World Tour.

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