Definitely the most buzzed-about tour of the year, AC/DC’s return to the stage after seven years has been met with rave reviews from fans and critics alike. The worldwide tour — the band’s first since 2001 — promotes their latest studio album, Black Ice, which continues to dominate sales charts around the world. For the first time in their extensive history, AC/DC finally graced the cover of Rolling Stone after years of being loathed by the bible of rock ’n’ roll. And they haven’t disappointed — though the legendary rockers are all in their 50s, they’ve proven they can still electrify a crowd. Guitarist Angus Young shows no signs of wear, Brian Johnson’s pipes have stood the test of time, and the band has been raising their game to another level with high-energy, arena-rock affairs. Cling to your tix — both the SA and Houston dates are sold out. 8pm, AT&T Center, One AT&T Center Parkway.
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