The last leg of AC/DC’s international “Rock or Bust” tour will include a stop at Buffalo’s First Niagara Center on Tuesday, March 29. Tickets will go on sale on at 10 a.m. Saturday.
The tour, in support of the legendary Australian band’s 17th album, “Rock or Bust,” is the band’s first without founding member Malcolm Young, who was diagnosed with dementia in 2014. Stevie Young, nephew of brothers Malcolm and Angus Young, who founded the band, stepped into the ailing guitarist’s slot for both the “Rock or Bust” album and the tour, which has been well-received during its run through Australia and a preliminary leg of U.S. shows undertaken in late summer.
Tickets are priced $75-$139.95, and will be available through Tickets.com and the FNC box office.