ac:dc10:17:2014-640 AC/DC just announced the first string of 2015 touring dates, but for now, they all European stops.

These new dates come in support of the band’s latest album, Rock or Bust which debuted in the Top five of the U.S. album charts after its December 2nd release.

AC/DC Rock or Bust World Tour dates:


5: Arnhem, Holland – Gelredome
8: Nuremberg, Germany – Zeppelinfeld
10: Dresden, Germany – Ostragehege
14: Zeltweg, Austria – Red Bull Race Track
16: Hockenheim, Germany – Hockenheimring
19: Munich, Germany – Olympia Stadium
23: Paris, France – Stade de France
29: Barcelona, Spain – Estadio Olympic
31: Madrid, Spain – Estadio Vicente Calderon


19: Cologne, Germany – Jahnwiesen
21: Hannover, Germany – Messe
25: Berlin, Germany – Olympia Stadium
28: Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park


1: Dublin, Ireland – Aviva Stadium
4: London, England – Wembley Stadium
9: Imola, Italy – Autodromo
12: Gelsenkirchen, Germany – Veltins Arena
15: Roskilde, Denmark – Roskilde Festival Site
17: Oslo, Norway – Valle Hovin
19: Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
22: Hameenlinna, Finland – Open Air Park
25: Warsaw, Poland – National Stadium

additional source: ultimateclassicrock.com [Ed’s note: Thank you to David S. who insisted I post these dates ;)]

10 Responses

  1. I wonder if there will be any dates booked before these? Funny that they would wait 6 months after the album release to start the tour. Perhaps they are waiting for Phil?

    1. I don’t know every venue on that list, but a lot of that looks outdoor, thus waiting until spring.

  2. As much as I love AC/DC, I think I’ll wait for them to come over here! Which by the way it looks, probably won’t be until late summer/early fall, which sucks, but when it comes to AC/DC, they’re worth the wait! 🙂

    1. Hey Shannon, are you still stuck on Alcatraz? Curious to know what you think of ROCK OR BUST. Hope all is well, take care buddy, cheers! 🙂

    1. Hey James, but look on the bright side, at least the long wait gives Phil a lot of time to do a complete 360. Maybe I’m being overly optimistic, but others have been down & out and have made a miraculous comeback! Really hope when AC/DC finally gets here, they bring Airbourne along with them, what a way to break your cherry in the states, (LOL) opening for AC/DC, party time! 😉

    2. We’ll see what happens. I don’t think Angus and Brian were too pleased with Phil during the recording sessions for Rock or Bust in Vancouver BC…sounds like from the interviews that they have given that he wasn’t at the studio on time and wasn’t very professional. One thing about AC/DC is that when they work, whether it’s studio or tour, they expect total professional behavior from themselves. Not likely it will be forgiven any time soon.

    3. I thought they’d be done with Phil, but waiting as long as they are to go on tour, maybe you’re right and they’re giving him one last opportunity to get his s**t together. Airbourne have a handful of tour dates scheduled in early January and then nothing. BLACK DOG BARKING came out in 2013, so it should be time for them to make a new album. They’ll have time to get in the studio and hammer out another badass slab of rock and roll and then….Oh man, just the thought of one of my all time favorite classic bands and my favorite new band of the last 5 years going on tour together is enough to drive me crazy having to wait! That would the ultimate rock and roll party!
      Cheers buddy!

  3. You release a new album in December, then wait 6 months to tour in support of it? WTF? I sure hope it isn’t because they’re waiting on Phil to get his s**t in order. The guy’s too whacked out on the crystal. They’re better off moving on with someone else behind the kit.

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