The hard rock band AC/DC (“Highway To Hell”, “Thunderstruck”) is going on tour again this summer and will play nine concerts in Germany. The Australians announced this on Monday. The band around guitarist and founder Angus Young (68) wants to perform on their “Power Up” tour between May and August in Gelsenkirchen (May 17th and 21st), Munich (June 9th and 12th), Dresden (June 16th). ), Hockenheim (July 13th), Stuttgart (July 17th), Nuremberg (July 27th) and Hanover (July 31st). Advance sales begin on February 16th.

It will be the first time AC/DC has toured in almost eight years. Last year, the rock icons made their stage comeback at a festival in the USA after a seven-year break. Rumors about a tour had been going on for a long time. Last week, AC/DC fueled speculation with a countdown on their website.

In addition to guitarist Angus Young, who always appears in school uniform, and long-time singer Brian Johnson, the “Power Up” tour will feature rhythm guitarist Stevie Young, who followed band founder Malcolm Young, who fell ill in 2014 and died in 2017. New to the band are former Jane's Addiction bassist Chris Chaney and drummer Matt Laug, who performed with AC/DC at the "Power Trip" festival last year.