And we've got a preview of Black Ice, too!
AC/DC have revealed the dates and venues for the first leg of their Black Ice World Tour which starts in the US in Pennsylvania on October 28.
The hugely anticipated shows are the Australian’s first tour in eight years and coincides with their first new studio album release since 2000’s Stiff Upper Lip.
Black Ice is due for release on October 20, and you can read Uncut’s preview of the album here.
The new world tour starts with US and Canadian Arena shows, including two nights at New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden venue, to be followed by US Stadium gigs next Summer.
A newly edited and expanded version of their 1996 live film from Madrid, “”No Bull: The Director’s Cut”, has been released this week on DVD.
Tickets for upcoming US dates will go on sale on September 20 and will be available at Ticketmaster and the band’s website, www.acdc.com.
Shows will soon be confirmed to take place Europe, Asia and South America.
The AC/DC ‘Black Ice World Tour’ US dates so far announced are:
Wilkes-Barre, PA – Wachovia Arena (October 28)
Chicago, IL- Allstate Arena (30)
Indianapolis, IN – Conseco Fieldhouse (November 3)
Detroit, MI – Palace of Auburn Hills (5)
Toronto, ONT – Rogers Centre (7)
Boston, MA – TD Banknorth Garden (9)
New York, NY – Madison Square Garden (12, 13)
Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center (15)
Philadelphia, PA – Wachovia Center (17)
East Rutherford, NJ – IZOD Center (19)
Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center (21)
Minneapolis, MN – Xcel Energy Center (23)
Denver, CO – Pepsi Center (25)
Vancouver, BC – General Motors Place (28)
Seattle, WA – KeyArena (29)
Tacoma, WA – Tacoma Dome (30)
Oakland, CA – ORACLE Arena (December 2)
Los Angeles, CA – The Forum (6)
Phoenix, AZ – US Airways Center (10)
San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center (12)
Houston, TX – Toyota Center (14)
Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena (16)
Charlotte, NC – Time Warner Cable Arena (18)
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