AC/DC Announces North American Tour Dates

The band's embattled drummer Paul Rudd will be replaced by former member Chris Slade who played with them at the Grammys over the weekend.

AceShowbiz - %cAC/DC% is back on the road but they won't bring %cPaul Rudd%. They sideline the drummer due to his legal woes in New Zealand where he's accused of drug possession and threatening to kill. %cChris Slade% will fill in for him throughout the tour.

The band announces a series of North American dates as part of their road trip to promote their latest studio album "Rock or Bust". Before hitting the United States, they will travel Europe starting May 5 in The Netherlands.

Chris Slade served as AC/DC's drummer in the early 1990s. He performed with the band over the weekend at the 57th annual Grammy Awards where they rocked it out with the new single "Rock or Bust" and the classic one "Highway to Hell".

  • Aug 22 - Foxborough, MA
  • Aug 26 - E. Rutherford, NJ
  • Aug 28 - Quebec City, ON
  • Aug 31 - Montreal, QC
  • Sept 03 - Ottawa, ON
  • Sept 05 - Moncton, NB
  • Sept 08 - Detroit, MI
  • Sept 10 - Toronto, ON
  • Sept 15 - Chicago, IL
  • Sept 20 - Edmonton, AL
  • Sept 22 - Vancouver, BC
  • Sept 25 - San Francisco, CA
  • Sept 28 - Los Angeles, CA

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