Watch AXL ROSE-Fronted AC/DC Perform In Werchter, BelgiumMay 17, 2016
GUNS N' ROSES singer Axl Rose played his fourth show as the temporary frontman for AC/DC on Monday night (May 16) at Werchter Festivalpark in Werchter, Belgium.
For the Werchter concert, Rose was once again confined to a throne after snapping his metatarsal bone while singing during GUNS N' ROSES' Troubadour reunion show on April 1. It is the same custom throne Dave Grohl used last year for FOO FIGHTERS concerts after breaking a leg.
The setlist for the Werchter show:
01. Rock Or Bust
02. Shoot To Thrill
03. Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
04. Back In Black
05. Got Some Rock & Roll Thunder
06. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
07. Rock 'N' Roll Damnation
09. High Voltage
10. Rock 'N' Roll Train
11. Hells Bells
12. Given The Dog A Bone
13. If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
14. Sin City
15. You Shook Me All Night Long
16. Shot Down In Flames
17. Have A Drink On Me
19. Whole Lotta Rosie
20. Let There Be Rock
21. Highway To Hell
22. Riff Raff
23. For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)
It was reported earlier in the month that approximately 7,000 AC/DC fans who bought tickets to see the band in Werchter asked for their money back because they didn't want to watch Axl Rose on lead vocals.
The newly released seats were then first made available to those people who were previously on the waiting list for the event, with the remaining 6,000 tickets once again going on sale to the general public.
The park can hold up to 88,000 people although it is not known how many tickets were sold for this show.
The show is one of twelve European dates AC/DC is performing with the GUNS N' ROSES frontman on lead vocals after singer Brian Johnson was ordered to stop touring or risk going deaf.
A similar refund offer has been made available on some of the other dates on AC/DC's European tour, which kicked off on May 7 in Lisbon, Portugal and runs through June 12 in Aarhus, Denmark.
Following that, Rose will head out on his previously announced summer reunion tour with GUNS N' ROSES. AC/DC's ten postponed U.S. dates will take place later in the year, also with Rose as frontman, and the refund policy on those shows has not been revealed.
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