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40th Anniversary of ACDC’s Back In Black

Friday 30 July 2021
Country Club

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GA – Standing Only $36.04
Reserved Seating $36.04

OVER 18 ONLY EVENT – ID required


** due to COVID-19 this show will now be on 30 July 2021 – original tickets showing 31 July 2020 will still be valid.   May be subject to Government Restrictions

Friday 30 July 2021 – Country Club Showroom

Released on 25 July 1980, “Back In Black” is arguably one of hard rock’s most influential records.

It was AC/DC’s seventh studio album – their sixth internationally – and an album that was an unprecedented success for the band.  The Album is currently the second highest selling Album in History with over 40 Million Sales, closely following Michael Jacksons Thriller.

2020 marks forty years since the album’s release and was an album of significance for the band as it was the first full length following the death of Bon Scott with the band recruiting vocalist Brian Johnson.

Celebrating its release, Bon But Not Forgotten assembles some of the world’s greatest rockers to perform the iconic album in its entirety and to pay tribute to the legend behind one of the world’s greatest bands, AC/DC, and their iconic singer Bon Scott who also celebrates his Birthday on July 9th.

Featuring Simon Wright (Ex-AC/DC), James Morley (Angels/Choirboys) and Cynthia Gallie (Let There Be Rock Orchestrated), this is a show AC/DC fans don’t want to miss!


A Very Special Guest has been added to the event at Country Club in Launceston.

Legendary Comedian CHRIS FRANKLIN will be warming the crowd up with some hilarious Aussie Humour before we kick off the Rock n Roll !!

Franklin’s first CD single was released on 31 January 2000 through EMI Music Australia entitled “Bloke”, a send up of Meredith Brooks’ song “Bitch”. The song reached number fifteen on the charts in its first week in and subsequently achieved number one and platinum status with more than 120,000 sales. “Bloke” was the third highest selling single by an Australian artist of that year. The song also was nominated for two Aria awards in 2000; namely, “Best comedy release” and “Highest selling single”.

OVER 18 ONLY EVENT – ID required



Running Times:
Doors: 8.00pm
Start: 8.30pm
Finish: 10.00pm

Please note all times are approximate and subject to change