AC/DC Rock Or Bust World Tour 2015 – dates announced

The first wave of live dates for AC/DC's 'Rock Or Bust World Tour' have been announced.

*Updated 17 December 2014* – AC/DC Rock Or Bust World Tour – latest dates and ticket information

The first wave of live dates for AC/DC’s Rock Or Bust World Tour have been announced. The 2015 European dates for the highly anticipated tour come hot on the heels of the release of AC/DC’s new studio album “Rock Or Bust”, which debuted in the Top 5 US album charts and rocketed to #1 in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Finland, France, Norway, Sweden and Germany.

AC/DC looks set to kick off the Rock Or Bust World Tour on 5 May 2015 in Arnhem in the Netherlands, with multiple dates in Germany, Spain and the UK planned.

Tickets go on sale December 17 2015 for many of the shows.

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AC/DC ‘Rock Or Bust World Tour’ 2015 European Dates (last updated 14 December)

5/5/15: Arnhem, Holland – Gelredome
5/8/15:  Nürnberg, Germany – Zeppelinfeld
5/10/15: Dresden, Germany – Ostragehege
5/14/15: Zeltweg, Austria – Red Bull Race Track
5/16/15: Hockenheim, Germany – Hockenheimring
5/19/15: Munich, Germany – Olympia Stadium
5/21/15: Munich, Germany – Olympia Stadium    *unconfirmed
5/23/15: Paris, France – Stade de France
5/29/15: Barcelona, Spain – Estadio Olympic
5/31/15: Madrid, Spain – Estadio Vicente Calderon
6/19/15: Cologne, Germany – Jahnwiesen
6/21/15: Hannover, Germany – Messe
6/25/15: Berlin, Germany – Olympia Stadium
6/28/15: Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park
7/1/15: Dublin, Ireland – Aviva Stadium
7/4/15: London, England – Wembley Stadium
7/9/15: Imola, Italy – Autodromo
7/12/15: Gelsenkirchen, Germany – Veltins Arena
7/15/15: Roskilde, Denmark – Roskilde Festival Site
7/17/15: Oslo, Norway – Valle Hovin Stadion
7/19/15: Solna (Stockholm), Sweden – Friends Arena
7/22/15: Hameenlinna, Finland – Kantolan Tapahtumapuisto
7/25/15: Warsaw, Poland – National Stadium