Ac/dc Fans Rush For Tickets

More than two per cent of Australians will see rockers AC DC in concert next year (10).
Over half a million Aussies bought tickets to see the band in concert during a flood of sales on Monday (25May09).
The 11 gigs made history - agency Ticketek reported 3,400 tickets were being sold per minute at the height of sales. Vendors reported they had never sold so many tickets in one day.


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