AC/DC Tour History

ac/dc tour history

AC/DC Tour History

ac/dc tour history

AC/DC Tour History

ac/dc tour history

Set List:

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Line Up

Angus Young - Lead Guitar
Malcolm Young - Rhythm Guitar
Brian Johnson - Lead Vocals
Cliff Williams - Bass
Phil Rudd - Drums


Supported by: The Poor

Tickets: A$52.40

Promoter: Garry Van Egmond Enterprises

Capacity: 7,633

Attendance: 7,633


Fan reviews:

By Mark Perry, Adelaide, SA:
5th of November 1996 was a night I will never forget. Not only did I see my favourite band again but I got to meet them all back stage! Courtesy of a local newspaper competition..) First the concert though.. The pre-show cartoon showcasing Beavis and Butt-Head and Angus was a great prelude. They both seem to go together.

Opening song was "Back in Black." Great song but I thought something from "Ballbreaker" would have been more suitable. The stage set was excellent though and it was so good to see the band again. I'm always keen to see how the current albums songs translate live and despite this being written 12 years after the event, I recall that they did not disappoint.

All too soon, the cannons blasted and they were gone... Except I got the bonus of meeting them backstage afterwards, chaperoned by a rep from EMI Music. Beers were served and we all made smalltalk. Then the band started coming in one at a time. Phil Rudd was first. I had a brief moment with him and a photo and he seemed decent, if not overly talkative. (Don't blame him.) Malcolm was next, very quiet, then gone. Cliff Williams came in soon after and he had trouble with my broad Aussie accent but we got there. Again, photos. Then the vibe lifted as Brian Johnson came in. The mood was noticeably lighter, due in part to his continuing banter and jokes. He was a real showroom even after a full show and very acomodating. I recall him signing his name on a photo of the Rosie blow up with a cackle and salty comment. Couldn't help laughing. Angus entered soon after and was also talkative, more so than I expected. The session was brief but magical. I think of it often and have photos with all the band to remind me as well as the bands autographs on the tour program. It was my day in the sun and it will never fade.

By Peter Lewis, Magill:
What a great show, and was lucky enough to go backstage and meet the band with my best mate. Had a beer with Brian and chatted for 20 minutes, what a great bloke ! Malcolm was impressed with my bootleg copy of AC/DC live at Atlantic Studio, and took it away for a chat with the bands management. When he gave it back he said thanks and we are going to do something about this. 1 year later they released this in the Bonfire boxset... was very impressed that he was true to his word. Great blokes and the Kings of ROCK N ROLL ! Long Live AC/DC!