AC / DC European tour 2015

Australian legendary hard rock band AC / DC has announced tour dates on Europe in support of the new album Rock or Bust. The 16 studio album of AC / DC – Rock or Bust was sold about 172 000 copies in the first week of the release and debuted at the 3d position of Billboard 200 chart.

AC / DC starts the tour on May 5 in Arnhem, the Netherlands. At the moment the rock band is planning to visit about 25 European cities until the end of July and to give the concerts in Munich, Paris, Barcelona, Berlin. Check the tour dates below and book you dream package to watch AC / DC live:

5/5/15: Arnhem, Holland – Gelredome
8/5/15: Nuremberg, Germany – Zeppelinfeld
10/5/15: Dresden, Germany – Ostragehege
14/5/15: Zeltweg, Austria – Red Bull Race Track
16/5/15: Hockenheim, Germany – Hockenheimring
19/5/15: Munich, Germany – Olympia Stadium
23/5/15: Paris, France – Stade de France
29/5/15: Barcelona, Spain – Estadio Olympic
31/5/15: Madrid, Spain – Estadio Vicente Calderon
19/6/15: Cologne, Germany – Jahnwiesen
21/6/15: Hannover, Germany – Messe
25/6/15: Berlin, Germany – Olympia Stadium
28/6/15: Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park
1/7/15: Dublin, Ireland – Aviva Stadium
4/7/15: London, England – Wembley Stadium
9/7/15: Imola, Italy – Autodromo
12/7/15: Gelsenkirchen, Germany – Veltins Arena
15/7/15: Roskilde, Denmark – Roskilde Festival Site
17/7/15: Oslo, Norway – Valle Hovin
19/7/15: Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
22/7/15: Hameenlinna, Finland – Open Air Park
25/7/15: Warsaw, Poland – National Stadium

The rock band is ready to start the tour despite problems within the members. Group leader Angus Young said that the band will exist as long as possible and also stressed that determinative factor in this case is passion to what they do which lasts over ages. AC / DC was founded in 1973 and still continues to satisfy the fans with its hits.

Whether you want to book the travel packages to watch live AC / DC in London or Stockholm send us a request and we will make the travel arrangements for you!


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