Here is a look at the AC/DC Dodger Stadium seating chart for their September 28th concert in Los Angeles. You can view the floor configuration for theAC/DC Dodger Stadium seating Chart as well as purchase AC/DC Tickets.
AC/DC Dodger Stadium Seating Chart Stage Set Up:
The AC/DC Stage set up will be in Dodger Stadium center field. The AC/DC stage itself has a mini stage that extends from the larger stage which goes out into the crowd.
There are nine sections that go across the Dodger Stadium Center Field. Sections A – J (there is no section “I”). Section E on the floor is dead center in front of the AC/DC stage and has the mini ramp that extends into it.
The second row of sections K – P begin pass the Dodger Stadium infield. Sections M and N are center. These sections have fewer rows then the first sections (A-J).
AC/DC Dodger Stadium seating chart doesn’t not reflect where the monitors will be if there is any. Most likely AC/DC will have large monitors on each side of the stage such as Paul McCartney did for his Dodger Stadium concert.
Here are some different views of concerts at Dodger Stadium so you can get a better feel of the AC/DC Dodger Stadium seating chart.
Dodger Stadium Itself:
Dodger Stadium holds 56,000 for a Dodgers Game.
Left Field – 330 feet (101 m)
Medium Left-Center – 360 feet (110 m)
True Left-Center – 375 feet (114 m)
Center Field – 400 feet (122 m)*
True Right-Center – 375 feet (114 m)
Medium Right-Center – 360 feet (110 m)
Right Field – 330 feet (101 m)
Backstop – 55 feet (17 m)
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AC/DC Dodger Stadium Seating Chart is subject to change. If you have questions about the Stadium itself and what you can and cannot bring in with you at the AC/DC concert you can check the website for up to date current information.
Updated: July 29th 2015
It all begun on 6 May 2011, in London at the Hammersmith Apollo. Angus Young officially announced that the band was planning to release a new album before the end of 2013. And a tour to support the new album. Malcolm Young, in an interview with Australian radio Triple M, confirmed that the band will release a new album by the end of the year 2013. These were his words:
“the company that AC/DC have been signed to for almost 40 years, Alberts, confirmed that AC/DC will be touring behind a brand new album the next year”. Not to mention that 2013 will be the year of the 40th anniversary of the formation of the band.
So, what should fans expect from a band that has broken all the records, making his last tour the third highest grossing tour of all time? Black Ice World Tour, from 2008 to 2010, lasted more than 20 months during which the AC/DC have played for more than 5 million people worldwide, including 108 cities and 20 countries. The tour was widely celebrated. It was favorably received by critics and audiences, the Chicago Tribune described it as “a celebration of all that is great in rock ‘n’ roll”, and defined the band’s music “Rock ‘n’ roll that survives the time.” Black Ice, the album that preceded it was acclaimed by critics and ranking number 1 in 29 countries.
So it is normal that there is certain electricity in the air, when it comes to the argument of a new world tour. At this time, fans can only wait in trepidation the announcement of something official.
AC/DC will be destroying your ear drums when they come to Los Angeles Staples Center for their 40th anniversary tour. We will have all the ACDC Los Angeles Concert dates very soon.
I am very glad to hear they are touring again, its one of the bands that I have always wanted to see and haven’t been able to yet.
(Added Jan 9th 2015)
ACDC along with Drake and The Weekend will headline the 2015 Coachella Music Festival in Indio California April 10 & April 17th weekends. You can view more information about Coachella Music Festival Tickets on sale.
(Updated Feb 18th 2015)
AC/DC has launched a full World Tour for their Rock or Bust Album. In Los Angeles AC/DC Dodger Stadium Tickets are available now. You can also checkout the AC/DC Dodger Stadium Seating chart! For Those About To Rock! …. You know!
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Here are the top five touring acts of 2010. While they are all big names, you may be a bit surprised at some of the names on it.
5. The Black Eyed Peas- $81.6 million
It seems that everything that the Black Eyed Peas touches in recent years has turned to gold. Or Platinum, whatever. The Black Eyed Peas World Tour in 2010 sold out all 82 dates that they had. And everyone had a “Goodnight” (oooh hooo).
4. Lady Gaga- $116.2 million concert tour
It can be argued that Lady Gaga is the biggest star in the muscle universe today. Her 2010 Fame Monster World Tour (which is actually still going on as we speak) sold out 101 of 122 shows last year. Of course, a lot of the $116 million that she received when back into production costs (Gaga is never understated), she’s still doing pretty good for herself.
3. AC/DC- $122.6 million on their concert tour
One of the most iconic hard rock bands of the last half centuries, AC/DC‘s 2010 stadium dates found the band playing to over 1.15 million people in 28 shows. With a number “Black Ice” hitting number one recently, it can be argued that AC/DC is as popular, if not popular, then it as ever been. Purchase AC/DC Tickets today.
2. U2- $131.5 million on their concert tour
To be honest, the only reason why U2 isn’t number one on this list is because they had to cancel a full North American tour thanks to Bono’s back issues. In fact, U2 was able to make all their money with only 22 dates (and 22 sell outs). Expect the band to take up the top spot in 2011 with their rescheduled North American tour.
1. Bon Jovi- $146.5 million on their concert tour
While they may not be the flashiest or the most beloved band in rock, Bon Jovi is quite possibly the most consistent. Regardless of whether they release a new album or not, they hit the road almost every year. And their fans keeping buying tickets, with 69 sell outs in 69 dates. Though the band is going to take the next couple of years off, they will hit the road again.