AC/DC will be performing at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio on September 6, 2016. TicketProcess.com has added additional tickets to the show in Cleveland so that last minute buyers have the chance to attend the incredible show.
AC/DC was formed in 1973 by Malcolm and Angus Young, two brothers from Australia. The band’s first album, High Voltage, was released in 1975 only in Australia and an international version was released in 1976. The band is known for hit songs like “T.N.T.” and “Highway to Hell.” After releasing their 2014 album Rock or Bust, the band began their latest tour of the same name. The tour is scheduled for 88 total performances all over North America, Europe, and Oceania.
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