AC/DC: VINTAGE TROUBLE will open all European tour dates!

Vintage Trouble have been confirmed as AC/DC's supporters for the second leg of the rock band's European tour; they will open the sold-out Italian date on 9 JULY at the Autodromo Internazionale ".Enzo and Dino Ferrari"Imola'.

I Vintage Trouble are a Los Angeles-based band consisting of Ty Taylor (voice), Nalle Colt (guitar), Richard Danielson (drums) and Rick Barrio Dill (low). The band has already opened several major concertslike those of the Rolling Stones and The Who, and is now ready to take the stage before world rock legends AC/DC. Vintage Trouble will start at 7.30 pm and AC/DC at 9 pm.


The AC/DC concert in Imola, produced and organised by Barley Arts, is the biggest open-air event of summer 2015, with 90,000 tickets sold out in just five days. An unmissable event, where the legendary world rock band will set a historic location for live music in Italy ablaze with its energy and unmistakable riffs. Virgin Radio is the official radio media partner of the event.


The event will take place in the Rivazza Paddockone of the greenest and most welcoming areas of the autodrome and, like all Barley events, will feature the maximum attention to the thousands of fans who will flock from all over Italy and Europe.

Precisely in order to finalise all the details of the reception of the 90,000 fans, the following are currently underway numerous meetings with the Municipality of Imola and local authorities to best organise the biggest event of the summer.


The "ROCK OR BUST WORLD TOUR"is the first tour without Malcolm Youngwho left the band months ago for health reasons. In his place Stevie Young, grandson of founding members Angus and Malcolm Young, who played rhythm guitar in 'Rock or Bust' and accompanying the band on stage. Also, on drums for the world tour Chris Slade, who previously worked in the band between 1989 and 1994 and recently performed with AC/DC on the Grammy Awards 2015.


During the first European dates of the "Rock or Bust World Tour"AC/DC were in great form, putting on an explosive show lasting over two hours! On the setlist, the rock band's great classics, from "Back in Black a "Thunderstruckto some new tracks from the latest disc Rock or Bustwhich went platinum in no time at all. In short, a show not to be missed!