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AC/DC Celebrate 50th Anniversary with Gold Vinyl Reissues

AC/DC is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a grand reissue of select albums on gold vinyl in honor of their golden anniversary. The titles being reissued on gold vinyl are the following: -High Voltage -Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap -Powerage -Highway to Hell -Back in Black -For Those About to Rock -Who Made Who -The Razors Edge -AC/DC Live Currently, the gold vinyl reissues are available for pre-order at Walmart.com and will be released on March 15. Additionally, there's a whole slew of 50th anniversary merch available on AC/DC's website. Items include t-shrits, hoodies, tote bags, mugs, patches and more. https://www.instagram.com/p/C3kmlBILQth/ AC/DC European Tour Dates Of course, the recent vinyl reissues aren't the biggest news from the AC/DC camp as of late. Earlier this month, the band officially announced they were [inlink id="ac-dc-unveil-european-tour-dates-new-touring-rhythm-section" text="returning to the road for the first time since 2016"]. So far, AC/DC has unveiled a batch of European tour dates. The "Power Up" tour will kick off on May 17 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany and will wrap on August 17 in Dublin. Tickets are on sale now. Complete ticket details are available via ACDC.com. A full list of dates is below. In a brief statement from the band, they confirmed the lineup for the tour. Brian Johnson will be on vocals and joined by Angus and Stevie Young on lead and rhythm guitar, respectively. Matt Laug, who played with the band at [inlink id="power-trip-night-two-ac-dc-judas-priest-setlists-recap" text="Power Trip"] in October 2023, will be on drums. As for bass, AC/DC has recruited Chris Chaney "to carry the torch for Cliff [Williams]." Williams retired shortly after the 2016 tour, but he appeared on AC/DC's 2020 album Power Up. Williams also performed at Power Trip with the band. 5/17 - Gelsenkirchen, Germany - Veltins Arena 5/21 - Gelsenkirchen, Germany - Veltins Arena 5/25 - Reggio Emilia, Italy - RCF Arena 5/29 - Seville, Spain - La Cartuja Stadium 6/5 - Amsterdam, the Netherlands - Johan Cruyff Arena 6/9 - Munich, Germany - Olympic Stadium 6/12 - Munich, Germany - Olympic Stadium 6/16 - Dresden, German - Messe 6/23 - Vienna, Austria - Ernst Happel Stadium 6/26 - Vienna, Austria - Ernst Happel Stadium 6/29 - Zurich, Switzerland - Letzigrund Stadium 7/3 - London, England - Wembley Stadium 7/7 - London, England - Wembley Stadium 7/13 - Hockenheim, Germany - Ring 7/17 - Stuttgart, Germany - Wasen 7/21 - Bratislava, Slovakia - Old Airport 7/27 - Nuremberg, Germany - Zeppelinfeld 7/21 - Hannover, Germany - Messe 8/9 - Dessel, Belgium - Festivalpark Stenehei 8/13 - Paris, France - Hippodrome Paris Longchamp 8/17 - Dublin, Ireland - Croke Park   [select-gallery gallery_id="328643" syndication_name="acdc-top-25-brian-johnson-songs" description="no"]

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