Ac Dc Saint Louis Tickets
AC/DC has announced the second leg of their Rock or Bust tour and will return to the United States in 2016. The trek will start in February and concerts will be held till April. The hard rockers spent most of the 2015 on the road, performing all across North America and Europe. In between they also appeared at popular musical festivals entertaining the fans with their indelible riffs and blistering solos. On February 20, the five-piece will head to Scottrade Center, AC/DC Saint Louis tickets for which are in great demand. Finding fame as one of the hardest-rocking and most loved bands, AC/DC will show you the time of your life. Don’t miss their epic concert for anything.
AC/DC Set to Bring Masterclass Performance to Scottrade Center
One of the biggest Australian rock bands has announced a return to the US and excited fans have already bought their AC/DC Saint Louis tickets. Having spent three decades in the music industry, the band was able to maintain its position as a top band through hit albums and superb music. Through their massive power chord call, AC/DC became an influential hard rock sound of the 70s and later raised themselves as a defining metal and rock ensemble. The band has scored numerous big hits and in the process won many awards including a Grammy. Here’s a list of AC/DC songs that you can enjoy at their upcoming concert.
“What's Next to the Moon?” – The hit song is from their album “Powerage” that was released internationally and became a huge hit. It features incredible lyrics by Bon Scott and powerful vocals by Brian Johnson.
“For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)” – A classic rock anthem, it’s performed as a final encore on AC/DC’s live set list. Starting off with a slow tempo, it ultimately takes on a fist pumping sound and builds on the fast full-throttle pace.
“Thunderstruck” – Considered their biggest hit ever, it has become a stadium anthem and most recently is used as a celebratory song whenever the New England Patriots score a touchdown at the Gillette Stadium.
Get ready to enjoy their other hits such as Back in Black, It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll), You Shook Me All Night Long and the Bon Scott-era ripper High Voltage.