AC/DC: Two Headlining Dates In Germany Planned

In addition to their three stadium dates supporting the ROLLING STONES in Germany next month, AC/DC will play at least one small-key concert similar to their recent New York Roseland gig. They will play Munich's 3,000-seater Circus Krone (the very same venue they played at in 1976 while supporting RAINBOW) on June 17, and a second gig in Berlin for June 9 will most certainly take place although it has yet to be officially confirmed. Tickets for Munich can only be obtained in person at the venue on May 23rd. For further info call the Circus Krone at +49 (89) 545 8000. In other news, VH1's "Ultimate Albums" program will feature a one hour special on "Back In Black" on June 4 in the U.S. Interviews with the band were conducted last March in New York specially for the program, which reportedly also includes rare footage.


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