- 12 Feb 24
The band played their first show in seven years at the Power Trip festival in California last October.
The legendary AC/DC will close their massive POWER UP European tour with a show in Dublin’s Croke Park on August 17, 2024.
The upcoming tour, named after their latest studio album which reached #1 in 21 countries, will see the band play 21 dates across the continent and the U.K. and is their first in Europe for eight years.
Since their debut show in Sydney in 1973, AC/DC have gone on to become one of the most influential rock bands in history, selling over 200 million records worldwide. They were also induced into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003.
“We are thrilled to finally announce the ‘POWER UP’ European Tour. Angus, Brian, Stevie, and Matt will be joined by Chris Chaney to carry the torch for Cliff,” the band said via social media. “We can’t wait to see you all out there.”
Fans began to speculate the possibility of a European tour last November, after comments from the Mayor of Munich seemingly revealed plans for a show in the German city,
Tickets for AC/DC’s Croke Park show go on sale 9am on Friday, February 16, at ticketmaster.ie.