Australian rockers AC/DC will take the stage live for the first time since 2016 this year.
The band have been announced to perform at the three-day California festival Power Trip in October, alongside other legendary acts like Metallica, Guns N’ Roses and Tool.
Founding guitarist Angus Young, his nephew and rhythm guitar Stevie Young, Bass player Cliff Williams and drummer Phil Rudd are expected to be joined by vocalist Brian Johnson, who was forced to pull out of a 2016 tour with hearing problems.
Johnson has fronted AC/DC since 1980, having taken over after the alcohol-related death of previous singer Bon Scott. Young’s brother Malcolm, who formed the band with him in Sydney in 1976, retired in 2014 with health issues and died three years later.
Their return will take place at the same site Coachella is held, Empire Polo Field in Indio.
They will play on the second day with Ozzy Osbourne who announced his retirement from touring earlier this year.
General admission tickets start at just over $875, while a three-day ticket with VIP access to “the pit” will set you back over $2800.
Throughout a career that spanned four decades, ‘Acca Dacca’ remained one of the biggest rock bands in the world and one of Australia’s most successful musical exports.
The group have not announced any other shows.