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AC/DC announce American tour dates

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AC/DC are letting there be rock this winter in America: The band has announced the U.S. tour dates for their Rock or Bust World Tour, which kicked off this past spring in Europe.

This tour is AC/DC’s first since the Black Ice World Tour, one that went from 2008 to 2010. The American leg of this one will kick off Feb. 2 in Tacoma, Washington and conclude April 4 in New York at Madison Square Garden.

This tour will feature guitarist Stevie Young, who replaced his uncle on and founding rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young Rock Or Bust when he was diagnosed with dementia. “Stevie always played like Malcolm,” lead guitarist Angus Young told EW last year. “He grew up on it, and that was who he emulated. He copied it. So he’s doing great.

See the full list of dates below, and buy tickets when they go on sale Dec. 18.

Feb. 2: Tacoma, Washington
Feb. 5: Las Vegas, Nevada
Feb. 8: Denver, Colorado
Feb. 11: Fargo, North Dakota
Feb. 14: St. Paul, Minnesota
Feb. 17: Chicago, Illinois
Feb. 20: St. Louis, Missouri
Feb. 23: Dallas, Texas
Feb. 26: Houston, Texas
Feb. 29: Kansas City, Missouri
March 8: Atlanta, Georgia
March 11: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
March 14: Greensboro, North Carolina
March 17: Washington, D.C.
March 20: Detroit, Michigan
March 23: Columbus, Ohio
March 26: Cleveland, Ohio
March 29: Buffalo, New York
April 1: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 4: New York, New York