AC/DC announce huge UK and Ireland stadium tour for next summer
AC/DC have announced details of three huge shows for next summer.
The Australian rock legends will headline Glasgow's Hampden Park on June 28th, before moving on to Dublin's Aviva Stadium on July 1st and finally London's Wembley Stadium on July 4th next summer.
The show is part of a European run in support of the band's new album Rock Or Bust (which you can preview on the right hand side of the page).
The album contains a total of 11 tracks, including previous single 'Play Ball'. It has been produced by Brendan O'Brien, best known for his work with Rage Against The Machine and Pearl Jam.
Rock Or Bust is the first AC/DC album that will not feature founding guitarist Malcolm Young, who stepped aside from the band's recording commitments earlier this year due to ill health.
The band have also confirmed that Young has now retired from the band and will not return, with his nephew Stevie taking his place.
Tickets for the shows will go onsale on Wednesday (December 17th) at 9am. Click here for more details.