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AC/DC announce Dublin’s Croke Park date in ‘POWER UP’ European tour



The band are set to play 21 dates in 10 countries this summer.

The ‘POWER UP’ tour, named for their latest studio album, which reached #1 in 21 countries, will see the band play across Germany, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, England, Slovakia, Belgium and France with the final show at Croke Park on Saturday, August 17.

The date is subject to licence. Tickets will be priced from €86.75.

‘POWER UP’ will be the band’s first tour in Europe for eight years and will see them performing at some of the biggest stadiums across the continent.

Tickets for the shows will be available from 9am on Friday, February 16.

AC/DC played their very first show on the December 31, 1973 at Chequers Nightclub in Sydney, Australia.

They are one of the most influential rock bands in history, with over 200 million albums sold worldwide.

The band’s ‘Back In Black’ LP is the ‘bestselling album by any band ever’ and the ‘third bestselling album by any artist’ with global sales of 50 million and counting. AC/DC was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame® in 2003 and into the Music Victoria Awards Hall of Fame in their native Australia. The band continue selling out stadiums on multiple continents, sell millions of albums annually and generate streams in the billions.

To honour their 50-year reign as the world’s greatest rock and roll band, AC/DC – 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, is back.


17-May Glesenkirchen, Germany, Veltins Arena

21-May Glesenkirchen, Germany, Veltins Arena

25-May Reggio Emilia, Italy, RCF

29-May Seville, Spain La Cartuja Stadium

05-June Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Johan Cruyff Arena

09-June Munich, Germany, Olympic Stadium

12-June Munich, Germany, Olympic Stadium

16-June Dresden, Germany, Messe

23-June Vienna, Austria, Ernst Happel Stadium

26-June Vienna, Austria, Ernst Happel Stadium

29-June Zurich, Switzerland, Letzigrund Stadium

03-July London, England, Wembley Stadium

07-July London, England, Wembley Stadium

13-July Hockenheim, Germany, Ring

17-July Stuttgart, Germany, Wasen

21-July Bratislava, Slovakia, Old Airport

27-July Nuremberg, Zeppelinfeld

31-July Hannover, Messe

09-August Dessel/Werchter, Festival Grounds/park

13-August Paris, France, Hippodrome

17-August Dublin, Ireland, Croke Park

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