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 Living End

Tickets: A$82.45

Promoter: Garry Van Egmond

Capacity: 6,992

Attendance: 6,992


Fan reviews:

By Mark Perry, Adelaide, SA:
When I saw AC/DC for my 4th time in Adelaide in January 2001, I was hung over. Reason: They had been due to play the night prior at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre but had to cancel due to illness. From memory, I think Phil Rudd was sick. Anyway, I had too many bourbons that night to console myself, not knowing if the band would or could re-schedule. Thankfully, local radio station next morning confirmed they would be playing that night. Despite the hang over, I was very happy.

If I recall, they started the set with "Shook me all night long..." I remember feeling disappointed at this. I felt "Stiff Upper Lip" was a more appropriate opener. Despite that, the show was fantastic. I had my plastic horns, my tour program and a hat and I was banging along to all the hits. I thought the previous concert in Adelaide (in 96) had the edge but I didn't go away complaining. AC/DC are and always will be the best. It's a pity the Adelaide audience didn't embrace it is I thought they should. There weren't many on their feet sadly..

Hope you can use this. I really appreciate your site. Congrats on book too. Regards, Mark Perry. Adelaide.

By Ben and Mark Easton, Adelaide SA:
My son 14 yrs old and inspired by this group of people and I were at that specific concert in Adelaide Entertainment Centre in 2001. I still have that memorabilia... I first saw this band... AC/DC at Airport West in 1975, when I joined the Royal Aust Navy on my first shore leave in Melbourne. It was and still is the New Beginnings from the band "Easybeats"... magic memories... Vale Malcolm, may your soul be protected by the Devine power of the universe... best regards Mark Easton (11.5.1956)