40,000 flock to AC/DC gig

The legendary Australian rock band AC/DC held a concert at the Partizan football stadium on Tuesday evening in Belgrade.

Source: B92, Tanjug

Some 40,000 people attended the spectacle which lasted for full two hours.

The band, famous for their brilliant stage performances and use of pyrotechnics, held an elaborately planned concert that drew old and new fans alike.

AC/DC's first trip to Belgrade came 35 years after the band was put together, in the meantime selling 200 million albums worldwide.

The fans were treated with legendary hits, from "Rock 'N Roll Train" that opened the show, to "Highway to Hell", and "We Salute You" that closed it.

The band left the stage with a cannonade and a display of fireworks over Belgrade.


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