AC/DC is back with their classic lineup. As I mentioned at this point, AC/DC were underestimating and constantly delaying their ability to go into 2013.
We last announced it in August, but the plans were once again on hold due to the uncertain global economic and geopolitical situation.
Finally, with a recent concert confirmed by Young Angus at the Power Trip Festival in the United States, the engine is up. It would not be a solitary concert, as has been reported. This is the band’s first concert in seven years and more than likely the start of a world tour that has its first stop at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, where they will be part of the said festival.
AC/DC will perform at the festival with Brian Johnson on vocals, Phil Rudd on drums, Stevie Young on rhythm guitar and Cliff Williams on bass, as well as the inevitable Angus Young on guitar. This is the formation that released the most recent album, ‘Power Up’, in November 2020, and whose tour has been stopped for years due to the pandemic and recent world events. This is the formation that appears in the official photo of the festival. Knowing that this photo is not accidental and that it passes through various filters within the communication management team, it is absolutely certain that AC/DC will return to the road with the classic formation “Back in Black”, except for the late Malcolm Young .
AC/DC’s return to live action also marks the more than possible start of AC/DC’s world tour in 2024. As in 2015, AC/DC will kick off their tour with an exclusive concert at the Coachella festival in the United States, which will be held at the same venue as the Power Trip. Following their Coachella performance, AC/DC are effectively kicking off their world tour with stops at major stadiums and arenas around the world.
AC/DC concert in Spain in 2024
We could play AC/DC in Spain in 2024. However, the relationship of the promoter in Spain from the beginning of his travels in Spain, Gay Mercader happened in Spain, who told us that there is no Spanish project at this time, considering the possibility. that concert in California is a solitary concert, known as a “one-off”. What is clear is that AC/DC could move the engine to Europe and the United States through 2024 and Spain will be the band’s natural stop on their tour. Fingers crossed.