Promoters In Australia, Japan In Negotiations To Extend AC/DC's 'Black Ice Tour'

The West Australian reports that organizers for the much-anticipated AC/DC "Black Ice Tour" are still locked in negotiations with promoters in Japan to postpone a scheduled tour there so that they can hold a third concert in Perth .

AC/DC promoter Garry Van Egmond said he has not been able to reach an agreement yet with the "Black Ice Tour" promoters in Japan, but he was optimistic.

"We still don’t know yet. Hopefully soon," he said.

AC/DC's stopover in Perth on their "Black Ice Tour" became the fastest-selling concert in West Australian history, when all 40,000 tickets to their first show on March 6 were snapped up in just seven minutes.

Read the entire report from The West Australian.


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