AC/DC To Play Entire 'Back In Black' Album At U.K.'s DOWNLOAD Festival?

Andy Copping, the organizer of the U.K.'s Download festival, has told Xfm's "Rock Show" that a possiblity exists that AC/DC will celebrate the 30th anniversary of its landmark album, "Back In Black", by performing the LP in its entirety when they headline this year's event.

Asked by Ian Camfield whether Copping had broached the idea of playing the "Back In Black" album in full, the festival chief said, "Absolutely, of course. You just never know what might happen on the day. I'm not saying it’s going to happen, but it's a possibility."

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