The rock legends from ‘down under,’ AC/DC are heading to The Philips Arena this Tuesday, March 8.
Their 2016 tour has already left die hard fans remembering why they originally fell in love with the humming of Angus Young’s power chords, while those who are less familiar with the band are asking for more!
Their library of hits span the course of four decades and include timeless classics that evoke a deep sense of rebellious nostalgia, such as:
- Shook Me All Night Long
- Back in Black
- For Those About To Rock
Back in Black Comes To Atlanta
Their most recognizable album Back in Black reached double platinum status, selling over 20 million albums throughout the United States and becoming the fifth-highest selling album in history.
The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets start at $30.
You can grab your tickets from Front Row Seats by giving us a call at (404) 633-2726 or order online by clicking the following link:
- Rock or Bust
- Shoot to Thrill
- Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to Be
- Back in Black
- Got Some Rock & Roll Thunder
- Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
- High Voltage
- Rock ‘n’ Roll Train
- Hells Bells
- Given the Dog a Bone
- Sin City
- You Shook Me All Night Long
- Shot Down in Flames
- Have a Drink on Me
- Whole Lotta Rosie
- Let There Be Rock
(with Angus Young guitar solo)
- Highway to Hell
- For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)
I was originally worried about the group not having Malcolm in it, but Stevie was better than I could have ever hoped for! I am also a fan of Phil Rudd and he was very entertaining.
Angus is looking his age, but he can still put on a clinic when it comes to playing that Gibson. Brian still amazes me that anyone can sing like that for that long.
AC/DC and the guys are one that I listened to in my youth and throughout the last four decades. They do a great job at making me feel young at heart when I listen to their music today.
I know a good thing cannot last forever, but I hope these guys keep on rocking and touring. I will pay to see them as long as they can keep on going.
Favorite moment: The Back in Black album was my favorite and any of the songs they played from that was my favorite.
What a night! My ears are still rattling and I can feel the vibes pulsating through my skin!!! I can’t wait till the next concert.
Favorite moment: The Angus solo and let’s see…EVERY PART OF THE CONCERT!
Phenomenal performance and the lighting was amazing….the guys are still strong and can still bring it…..a must see before they finally retire.
Favorite moment: Thunderstruck was simply amazing live! It would have been the best if it were held off until the encore.