Legendary rock-and-rollers fill Wrigley Field with the pure adrenaline of hits such as “Back in Black” and “Highway to Hell” and new tracks
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$89 for one all-inclusive food and beverage rooftop ticket (up to $132.46 value)
Seating: general admission, obstructed views
Bringing the legendary licks: Angus Young, whose snarling guitar helped hits such as “Highway to Hell” wind their way into rock history with the rhythmic backing of his brother Malcolm
Bringing the primal vocals: Brian Johnson, whose towering howl has been a staple of the group since 1980’s Back in Black
A few of their stadium-filling hits: “Back in Black,” “Hells Bells,” “You Shook Me All Night Long,” “Thunderstruck”
Their latest: 2014’s Rock or Bust, which Angus completed using tapes he and Malcolm had recorded before his brother’s illness ended his time with the band. Nephew Stevie Young now fills out the guitar section.
How it fits into their oeuvre: as neatly as an amp cord into a three-wire socket—Rolling Stone found it filled with “plenty of electrifying fist-pumpers”