- 5 July 2015
The Rock Or Bust World Tour took over London last night. The band rocked a crowd of 70,000 fist-in-the-air fans at Wembley Stadium. Check out reviews and photos from the show below!
"AC/DC know only one way to rock, and nobody does it bigger or better" - The Times
"...delivered with such immense, nuance-denying impact that you wondered if a stadium was big enough for it all" - The Times
"For a moment at Wembley, time stood still, and AC/DC were for ever rocking, for ever Young." - The Daily Telegraph
"The love for AC/DC is palpable throughout the stadium" - The Quietus
"Electric live show from the greatest live band on planet" - Sunday Mail
Photos by Kenny Dee
- 2 July 2015
AC/DC's entire catalog is now available for streaming. #PLAYACDC
- 2 July 2015
- 29 June 2015
AC/DC rocked the stage in Glasgow, Scotland this past Sunday! Check out reviews from The Sun and photos from the show below.
“The sell-out gig gave proud parents a chance to inspire the Aussie legends’ next generation of headbanging fans”
“Salute the best there is”
“AC/DC are without a doubt one of the best bands that ever lived”
- 22 June 2015
The Rock Or Bust Tour bulldozed through Germany with sold-out shows in Cologne, Hannover and Berlin! Check out reviews and photos from the shows below.
"AC/DC shook 80.000 people at the Jahnwiese" - Kölner Stadtanzeiger
"AC/DC played the whole city of Cologne" - Kölner Rundschau
"Amazing: AC/DC trembled Cologne" - Express
"My way to hell: 80.000 cheered AC/DC" - Bild
"The monstertruck of Hardrock is rolling again" - Ruhr Nachrichten
Hannover Reviews "AC/DC electrified Hanover" - Bild
"Absolutely awesome" - NDR
"The best concert of the year" - Neue Presse
"Simply good" - Der Tagespiegel
“AC/DC delighted Berlin” - Morgenpost
“AC/DC ignited Hardrock-fireworks” - Berliner Zeitung
“AC/DC rocked the Olympic-Stadium” - Berliner Kurier
Photos from Berlin
Photos from Cologne
Photos from Hannover
- 9 June 2015
AC/DC took their Rock Or Bust world tour to Switzerland, with two massive nights in Zurich! Check out photos from the show below. "Switzerland electrified” - Blick "Loud, energetic and a phantastic atmosphere" - Luzerner Zeitung "AC/DC rocked the Letzigrund stadium like there's no tomorrow" - Tages Anzeiger "AC/DC rocked 100'000 fans in Zurich" - 20minuten "Switzerland in AC/DC fever" - Aargauer Zeitung
- 2 June 2015
Photo © Juanlu Vela
The Rock Or Bust World Tour barreled into Spain this past weekend for three massive shows. The band shook Barcelona's famous Estadio Olympic Saturday, May 29th before moving on to the first of two shows in the capital city of Madrid. AC/DC play their second Madrid show tonight at Calderón Stadium!
“AC/DC´s 3 electric shocks (in Spain). Simply astonishing, a classic rock & roll celebration” - La Razón
“AC/DC rules” - El Periódico
“A well oiled engine…” - Metrópoli “El Mundo”
“AC/DC electrifies Madrid” -El País
“High voltage night at Calderón Stadium!” - El Mundo
- 26 May 2015
"When a superstar rock band arrives at the Stade de France it is always an event and AC/DC did not disappoint the tens of thousands of fans gathered to celebrate the forty years of career of the band, wearing red horns." - Virgin Radio France
Check out fan photos from the Paris shows below.
Photos by Christophe Cumps
- 20 May 2015
It was a wet week in Germany, but that couldn't keep the fans in Munich away on Tuesday and Thursday. Fans braved the rain, fists in the air, for two sold out shows in the Bavarian capital. Photos and reviews from the shows below. Next stop: Paris!
Olympiastadion from above
Photos by Torsten Hönig
- 18 May 2015
This weekend the Rock Or Bust World Tour rocked over 100,000 German fans in Hockenheim. Check out fan photos from the show below.
Photo by Cosmo Wilson
Photo by Morgan Prine
- 11 May 2015
Last night AC/DC rocked a crowd of nearly 90,000 fans in Dresden, Germany! Check out reviews and fan photos from the show below and then head over to Sächsische Zeitung's gallery for more photos from last night.
“They came, they saw, they rocked – AC/DC in Dresden!” - Read more
“AC/DC rocked in front of 85,000 fans in Dresden and invited them to a wild ride on the Highway to Hell – and the fans were following.“ - Read more
"Gigantic concert!" - Read more