Hundreds See AC/DC For Free After Security Breach
CBC News reports: A security breach at Thursday night's AC/DC concert in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada allowed several hundred fans to see the legendary Australian rock band for free.
It was almost an hour into AC/DC's set when thousands of fans were still outside the Magnetic Hill outdoor concert site in a huge line trying to buy tickets.
Cara Stafford, a Saint John resident, described the agonizing wait as she could hear the music reverberate from the other side of the security fence.
"Very sad, we decided on the last day that we wanted to come to the concert. However, we are very last in line, so we are doubtful we're going to get tickets," Stafford said.
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