AC/DC Announces 2024 Summer Tour and New Lineup

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Over the past few days, AC/DC has been teasing a big announcement, and today they have officially revealed that they’re heading back out on the road for a new tour. In 2023, the band took part in the first-ever Power Trip festival, which was their first live performance since 2016.

The Australian rock band will be kicking off their “Power Up” tour on May 17th in Gelsenkirchen, Germany and it will conclude on August 17th in Dublin, Ireland.

In a post they’ve shared on social media, the band provides details regarding their upcoming tour, including new additions to their lineup.

Phill Rudd (drummer) and Cliff Williams (bassist) won’t be taking part in the “Power Up” run, and instead, Matt Laug (drummer) and Chris Chaney (bassist) will be joining AC/DC for the tour.

Per the band’s post, they write, “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.”

They continue, “The tour will see us play shows across Germany, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, England, Slovakia, Belgium, France & Ireland this Summer. We can’t wait to see you all out there. Tickets on sale Feb 16 — go to acdc.com to learn more.”

Below you will find all the dates and locations associated with this upcoming “Power Up” tour.

At the time of this writing, no North American dates have been announced, but here’s hoping the band will announce some down the road.

Upcoming AC/DC 2024 tour dates

May 17th — Gelsenkirchen, Germany – Veltins Arena
May 21st — Gelsenkirchen, Germany – Veltins Arena
May 25th — Reggio Emilia, Italy – RCF Arena
May 29th — Seville, Spain – La Cartuja Stadium
June 5th — Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Johan Cruyff Arena
June 9th — Munich, Germany – Olympic Stadium
June 12th — Munich, Germany – Olympic Stadium
June 16th — Dresden, Germany – Messe
June 23rd — Vienna, Austria – Ernst Happel Stadium
June 26th — Vienna, Austria – Ernst Happel Stadium
June 29th — Zurich, Switzerland – Letzigrund Stadium
July 3rd — London, England – Wembley Stadium
July 7th  — London, England – Wembley Stadium
July 13th — Hockenheim, Germany – Ring
July 17th — Stuttgart, Germany – Wasen
July 21st — Bratislava, Slovakia – Old Airport
July 27th — Nuremberg, Germany – Zeppelinfeld
July 21st — Hannover, Germany – Messe
August 9th — Dessel, Belgium – Festivalpark Stenehei
August 13th — Paris, France – Hippodrome Paris Longchamp
August 17th — Dublin, Ireland – Croke Park