ACDC at Stade de France
Founded in 1973 by two brothers (Angus and Malcolm Young), ACDC are a Rock group initially composed of 5 members (Vocals - Drums - Solo Guitar - Rhythm Guitar - Bass)./p>
The vocals, originally performed by Dave Evans, were quickly given to Bon Scott, who was considered to be more experienced and suited to the Group. He was the Group’s singer from 1974 until his death in 1980.
A tragedy, the death of Bon Scott, and a new life with Brian Johnson
The frontman's death on February 19, 1980 marked a setback for the group which considered breaking up for a time, before making the decision to continue the adventure, because "that's what Bon would have wanted".
He was replaced by Brian Johnson, then singer of the group Geordie, who still holds this position today. Between 1980 and 2016, the group released nine albums for a total of 17 albums over their entire career.
ACDC’s previous concerts at Stade de France
May 2015The Rock or Bust World Tour
To celebrate the release of their fifteenth album, Rock or Bust, the legendary Australian group, with 200 million albums sold, went back out on the road to begin a world tour.
They were at Stade de France on May 23, 2015 and May 26, 2015!
May 2009The Black Ice World Tour
ACDC were back at Stade de France nearly 8 years after their first appearance in 2001!
The opportunity to come and play songs from newly released "Black Ice" album and their classics.
May 2001The Stiff Upper Lip World Tour
Their first album of the 21st century, Stiff Upper Lip marked the return of ACDC after 6 years without a new release, and was the occasion of a tour that lasted nearly a year and took place all over the world. This was the first time that ACDC played at Stade de France and was a memorable event for all who were fortunate enough to attend.