AC/DC Street Name Tribute To Be Officially Unveiled This Friday

Next Friday, October 1, 2004, Melbourne will be the first city in Australia to honor a rock 'n' roll band by having a street named after them. On that day a laneway called Corporation Lane (off Flinders Lane) will be renamed ACDC Lane after much campaigning by fans of the band.

This is a huge coup for AC/DC fans, and to commemorate the changeover, Australian bands THE CASANOVAS, DALLAS CRANE and OSTERBERG will be performing at Cherry Bar (located on ACDC Lane) where the official celebrations will be taking place in the evening. In addition, a 15-vinyl AC/DC boxed set will be given away to one lucky concert attendee. All you need to do is buy a ticket to the gig and you receive a raffle ticket to enter the draw automatically. The prize is announced on the night. Tickets can be pre-purchased from the bar and are very limited.

Cherry Bar located on AC/DC Lane behind 103 Flinders Lane CBD (central business district).


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