Finally officially: AC/DC to Amsterdam and Dessel this summer

Finally officially: AC/DC to Amsterdam and Dessel this summer

Finally, there's the official announcement: AC/DC will be touring Europe this summer. On June 5, the band will play at Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam and on August 9 at Dessel in Belgium. There they play on the grounds of Graspop.

AC/DC's upcoming tour was an open secret. For example, the mayor of Munich accidentally unveiled the corridor through his city, and German and French media also reported on a corridor through Munich and Paris. It's now official that the Aussies will be touring 21 concerts across Europe this summer. In addition to Munich and Paris, Amsterdam and Dessel are included in the program.

the tickets

Tickets for the show in Amsterdam will go on sale on February 16 at 10:00 AM Ticket manager. See prices below.

Rank 1 – Permanent: €168.00
Rank 2 – Seats: €168.00
Rank 3 – Seats: 151.20 euros
Rank 4 – Seats: 117.60 euros
Rank 5 – Seats: €84.00
Wheelchair and accompanying place: 151.20 euros
All prices include service costs.

Tickets for the show at Dessel will also go on sale on February 16 at 10:00 AM. There are only standing tickets and they cost €159. For all information, see Live Nation Belgium website.

Complete tour

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
05-June Amsterdam Netherlands Johan Cruyff Arena
09-June Munich Germany Olympic Stadium
June 12, Munich, Germany, Olympic Stadium
June 16 Dresden, Germany, Messe
June 23, Vienna, Austria, Ernst Happel Stadium
June 26, Vienna, Austria, Ernst Happel Stadium
June 29, Zurich, Switzerland, Letzgrund Stadium
03-July London, England, Wembley Stadium
07-July London, England, Wembley Stadium
13-July Hockenheim, Germany, Ring
July 17 Stuttgart, Germany, Wassen
21-July Bratislava, Slovakia, Old Airport
27-July Nuremberg, Zeppelinfeld
31-July Hannover, Messe
09- August Dessel, Belgium, Festival Park Stenehay
August 13, Paris, France, Paris Longchamp Hippodrome
August 17, Dublin, Ireland, Croke Park

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Last year, the band celebrated its 50th anniversary. However, the wear and tear was far from over, as after a seven-year break, the band returned live in October. The show at Power Trip was Received very favorably.

AC/DC last visited the Netherlands on May 5, 2015, when the band performed at the Gelredome. At the time, it was also without founder and rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young, who passed away in 2017. He retired due to dementia, and was replaced by his cousin, Stevie Young, who can also be heard on the tour again this year.

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