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AC/DC will return to European stages this summer after releasing their seventeenth studio album “Power Up”, in 2020, the first album released by AC/DC after the death of founding member, leader, and guitarist Malcolm Young, who passed away in 2017 from dementia.

The record was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 64th Grammy Awards. The Australian band has received several nominations in the past but only holds one award from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States, which they won in 2010. They took home the Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance for the song “War Machine” from “Black Ice.”



The 2024 “Power Up Tour” aka “PWR/UP Tour” kicks off in Germany on May 17th and wraps up in Ireland on August 17th.

The band’s lineup at the 2024 European “Power Up Tour” will consist of vocalist Brian Johnson, guitarists Angus and Stevie Young, drummer Matt Laug, and the newest addition to the group’s lineup, bassist Chris Chaney.

Chris Chaney is known for his past work with Jane’s Addiction. He was a member of Alanis Morissette’s band for six years and has also played with Taylor Hawkins & The Coattail Riders.

Matt Laug, formerly of Alice Cooper, who played with the band at the Power Trip festival last year, is also on the lineup for the new tour.

The last time they toured the European continent was in 2014, with the “Rock or Bust” album tour.


AC/DC Concert Schedule for 2024: European “Power Up Tour


Surprisingly the news of the AC/DC European tour didn’t leak from official channels. In November of last year, Munich’s mayor, Dieter Reiter, inadvertently spilled the beans during a meeting, revealing plans for an AC/DC concert in the city this year. He later clarified, as quoted by British radio station Planet Radio, that he “didn’t realize it was supposed to be a secret.

This concert is now confirmed and will take place at Munich’s Olympic Stadium on June 12th.


AC/DC 2024 Europe Tour Dates

Find below the complete list of AC/DC’s extensive summer tour with more than 20 dates and check out the cities they will be playing:


May 17 – Gelsenkirchen, Germany – Veltins Arena

May 21 – Gelsenkirchen, Germany – Veltins Arena

May 25 – Reggio Emilia, Italy – RCF Arena

May 29 – Seville, Spain – La Cartuja Stadium

June 01 – Seville, Spain – La Cartuja Stadium 

June 05 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruyff Arena

June 09 – Munich, Germany – Olympic Stadium

June 12 – Munich, Germany – Olympic Stadium

June 16 – Dresden, Germany – Rinne

June 19 – Dresden, Germany – Rinne 

June 23 – Vienna, Austria – Ernst Happel Stadium

June 26 – Vienna, Austria – Ernst Happel Stadium

June 29 – Zurich, Switzerland – Letzigrund Stadium

July 03 – London, UK – Wembley Stadium

July 07 – London, UK – Wembley Stadium

July 13 – Hockenheim, Germany – Ring

July 17 – Stuttgart, Germany – Wasen

July 21 – Bratislava, Slovakia – Old Airport

July 27 – Nuremberg, Germany – Zeppelinfeld

July 31 – Hannover, Germany – Messe

August 04 – Hannover, Germany – Messe 

August 09 – Dessel, Belgium – Festivalpark Stenehei

August 13 – Paris, France – Hippodrome Paris Longchamp

August 17 – Dublin, Ireland – Croke Park


AC/DC European “Power Up Tour” Opening Band: The Pretty Reckless


After much anticipation, AC/DC announced in February a series of live performances and revealed that The Pretty Reckless would be the opening act to their shows in Europe. The New York band fronted by vocalist Taylor Momsen is expected to release a new album this year. Their most recent work is Other Worlds from 2022.


How to Get Last-Minute Tickets For AC/DC Power Up Tour?

On February 12th, AC/DC officially confirmed the route for their upcoming European tour. Despite the sky-high ticket prices, fans are not holding back and promise to make this tour one of the most successful of the year.

AC/DC’s European tour, featuring The Pretty Reckless, has been a scorcher, selling over 1.5 million tickets and leaving most dates sold out. But fear not rock fans! We’ll show you how to snag last-minute AC/DC tickets before they’re history.

Finding tickets for this electrifying AC/DC tour can be a challenge, but don’t despair! Explore secondary ticketing platforms and online marketplaces. Remember to prioritize official resellers and exercise caution to avoid scams.

Try to use Viagogo and Stubhub to find your tickets. Time is of the essence, as tickets for this high-profile tour are disappearing fast. Act quickly to secure your spot and witness AC/DC live in Europe! Good luck!


AC/DC Performed at The Power Trip Music Festival In 2023


On October 7th, 2023, AC/DC made their first concert appearance in seven years at the Power Trip Festival in Indio, California, where Metallica also performed. For this show, the band’s lineup featured classic members Brian Johnson on vocals, Angus Young on guitar, Cliff Williams on bass, Stevie Young on guitar, and Matt Laug on drums.

Guns N’ Roses and Iron Maiden set the bar high with their performances on the event’s opening night, but it was clear that AC/DC rose to the challenge.

The concert kicked off with a surprise: “If You Want Blood (You’ve Got It)”. This was the first time AC/DC had started a show with a song other than “Highway To Hell”, and from then on, the quartet threw themselves with considerable grit into a 24-song set, performing classic after classic, with the next song being the anthemic “Back In Black”, followed by other fan favorites such as “Thunderstruck”, “Hells Bells”, “You Shook Me All Night Long” or “Highway To Hell”.

AC/DC’s electrifying set at the Power Trip Festival saw the band debuting the live performances of singles “Demon Fire” and “Shot In The Dark.” As expected, for the encore, they returned to the classics, delivering rousing renditions of “T.N.T.” and “For Those About To Rock (We Salute You).”

It’s worth noting that AC/DC’s last concert had taken place in September 2016, with Axl Rose filling in for Johnson, who was suffering from hearing problems.


AC/DC Setlist for Power Trip Fstival (2023)

Below, you can find a breakdown of the AC/DC live setlist from the Power Trip Festival:

1. If You Want Blood (You’ve Got It) (first time as show opener; first performance with Brian Johnson since 2003)
2. Back In Black
3. Demon Fire (live debut)
4. Shot Down In Flames
5. Thunderstruck
6. Have A Drink On Me
7. Hells Bells
8. Shot In The Dark (live debut)
9. Stiff Upper Lip (first time since 2003)
10. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
11. Shoot To Thrill
12. Sin City
13. Givin The Dog A Bone
14. Rock’n’Roll Train
15. You Shook Me All Night Long
16. Dog Eat Dog (first time with Brian since 2009)
17. High Voltage
18. Hell Ain’t A Bad Place To Be
19. Riff Raff (first time with Brian Johnson in front of a live audience, excluding VH1 studio performance)
20. Highway To Hell
21. Whole Lotta Rosie
22. Let There Be Rock


23. T.N.T.
24. For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)


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