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AC/DC Rock Or Bust First World Tour Dates Announced

by Paul Cashmere on December 13, 2014

in Live,New Music,News

AC/DC have announced the first official dates for the Rock Or Bust World Tour.

The European leg of the tour will kick off in Arnhem, Netherlands on May 5. London will host AC/DC on July 4.

At this stage it is unknown if this is the start of the world tour or if North American dates will precede the European ones.

AC/DC European dates

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

The AC/DC line-up with Phil Rudd still a member of the band is yet to be confirmed (or denied). Rudd worked on the new album Rock Or Bust but was absent from both the official photoshoot for the band and the first two videos.

He is facing court in New Zealand on drugs charges as well as threats of murder. Rudd is next scheduled to appear in court on February 10.

The Rock or Bust album debuted at no 1 in Australia last week with sales over 26,000.

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