19 March concert sold out in 50 minutesat the rate of more than 200 tickets sold per minute, the AC/DC return with a second show on Saturday 21 March 2009 at the Datchforum in Milan..
Tickets, a single seat at €60 plus advance sale, will be available from Monday 13 October at 22.00 on the internet on the website www.ticketone.it on the following day at Ticketone outlets throughout Italy, followed by the usual outlets.
Where to find the very last tickets for 19 March:
mariposa lodi
ticket and travel
anny records
Franco Angeli bookshop (viale dell'innovazione 11)
Other cities:
box office - bologna
caru - gallarate
discostore - legnano
fangareggi - modena
master music - cremona
paper moon - biella
teleart - verona
tune discs - novara
music & music - varese
tickets point - brescia

As happened in the United States, the announcement of a live AC/DC show, returning to Italy after an eight-year absence from the scene and once again with the promoter Barley Arts, aroused the irrepressible enthusiasm of the fans. The more than 10,000 tickets available were sold out in 50 minutes on the Internet and in a few minutes when sales opened in shops. If in the USA such episodes are still quite frequent, in Italy it is certainly a record, especially for a hard-rock band.
In fact, however, the brothers' AC/DC Angus and Malcolm YoungThey are not simply a band, but rather the undisputed fathers of world hard-rock, living symbols and icons since 1976, when with Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - with Bon Scott still on vocals - they laid the foundations of a musical genre of which they are still the absolute protagonists. The band, who after Scott's death in 1980 have found their charismatic successor in Brian Johnson, are about to release their new album Black Ice (17 October on the Sony BMG label), their first unreleased album since 2000's Stiff Upper Lip.
AC/DC's European tour, following on from their North American tour which will see them perform in 41 concerts from 28 October to 31 Januarydebuts on 18 February 2009 in Oslo. On 19 and 21 March, the "rock'n'roll train" stops in Milan for two shows lasting over two hours, destined to leave its mark.
A maximum of four tickets may be purchased per person.