Critically acclaimed AC/DC show complete with cannons and wall of Marshall speakers descending on Liverpool venue
2 years ago
An ultimate tribute to one of the greatest rock music bands of all time AC/DC is set to take place at Camp and Furnace.
The Live/Wire band with special guests Thunder Hammer will take to the stage alongside a wall of Marshall speakers and cannons ready to entertain fans during what organisers are calling “a set of high-voltage rock and roll”.
The show promises a spectacular six-man tribute to AC/DC at the Baltic Triangle venue on Saturday, February 26, with the band having more than 20 years of touring experience under their belt.
Fans can expect to be taken on a journey from one of the best-selling albums of all time ‘Back in Black’ through to the recent release of ‘Rock or Bust’, with a healthy dose of classics from the Bon Scott era thrown in, during the set with doors opening at 7pm and closing at midnight.
Organisers said: “The band aims to put you slap bang in the middle of the show, hit after hit, so get ready to join in and sing along. There’ll also be one or two gems thrown in for the aficionados!
“We’d be hung, drawn and quartered if we didn’t play all the classics, Back in Black, Rosie, Highway to Hell are all there, and the songs keep on coming until the cannons fire ceremoniously to bring the evening to a superb crescendo. If by this time you are still standing…we salute you!”
The Live/Wire show combines the vocal power of Podge Blacksmith as Brian Johnson, the virtuoso talent of Simon Davies as Angus Young and rhythmic accuracy of Dan Mosley as Malcolm Young. The line-up is completed by Eddie Clark as bassist Cliff Williams and Paul Alwin combining the groove of Phil Rudd and thunderous energy of Chris Slade on drums.
Early bird discount and first release tickets are sold out but there is still availability starting at £14 with a £1.40 booking fee while NHS worker discounted tickets are available at £7.50 plus a 75p booking fee.