AC/DC To Headline Australia's BIG DAY OUT Festival?

Hard rock giants AC/DC are strongly rumored to have been confirmed as the headlining act of Australia's Big Day Out 2005 festival. Although Big Day Out organizers do not offically announce international acts until October, word has been getting stronger that the Aussie rockers are on the bill. Other bands rumored to be playing the festival include SYSTEM OF A DOWN, GREEN DAY, SCISSOR SISTER, THE RASMUS and MORTAL SIN.

The Big Day Out festival is the largest of its kind in Australia with up to fifty bands playing on over five stages in front of 50,000 people. METALLICA headlined the bill this year in what was widely considered to be one of the festival's best and most successful lineups to date.


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