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LEGENDARY rock band AC/DC is set to play an Irish gig this summer.

The multi-million selling group has announced a concert at Dublin’s Croke Park on Saturday, August 17 2024.

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Angus Young of AC/DC performs onstage at Aviva Stadium on July 1, 2015 in Dublin, IrelandCredit: Getty Images – Getty
AC/DC will play Croke Park in Dublin in August 2024

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AC/DC will play Croke Park in Dublin in August 2024

The date will round off the band’s Power Up European tour, which will see it play 21 dates across Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, England, Slovakia, Belgium and France, as well as Ireland.

It’s Angus Young and co’s first tour on the continent for eight years.

Tickets will be available from 9am on Friday, February 16, priced from €86.25 including booking fee from Ticketmaster at this link.

Bookings are subject to a 12.5 per cent service charge per ticket (max €10.50).

AC/DC is made up of Angus Young on lead guitar, vocalist Brian Johnson, rhythm guitarist Stevie Young, drummer Matt Laug and a new bass player to carry the torch for Cliff Williams.

The band has sold over 200 million albums worldwide and played their very first show at Chequers Nightclub in Sydney, Australia on December 31, 1973.

AC/DC’s Back In Black LP is one of the best-selling albums of all time and the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003.

The dates for the AC/DC Power Up Tour in Europe 2024 are as follows:

May 17: Gelsenkirchen, Germany, Veltins Arena

May 21: Gelsenkirchen, Germany, Veltins Arena

May 25: Reggio Emilia, Italy, RCF

May 29: Seville, Spain La Cartuja Stadium

June 5: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Johan Cruyff Arena

June 9: Munich, Germany, Olympic Stadium

June 12: Munich, Germany, Olympic Stadium

June 16: Dresden, Germany, Messe

June 23: Vienna, Austria, Ernst Happel Stadium

June 26: Vienna, Austria, Ernst Happel Stadium

June 29: Zurich, Switzerland, Letzigrund Stadium

July 3: London, England, Wembley Stadium

July 7: London, England, Wembley Stadium

July 13: Hockenheim, Germany, Ring

July 17: Stuttgart, Germany, Wasen

July 21: Bratislava, Slovakia, Old Airport

July 27: Nuremberg, Zeppelinfeld

July 31: Hannover, Messe

August 9: Dessel/Werchter, Festival Grounds/park

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August 13: Paris, France, Hippodrome

August 17: Dublin, Ireland, Croke Park

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