AC/DC offer ticket refunds on show with Axl Rose

Axl Rose
Axl Rose (Image credit: Getty)

AC/DC fans who have bought tickets for the band’s show in London are being offered the chance to claim a refund.

Seetickets customers who bought tickets for the June 4 gig at the Olympic Stadium were today sent an email giving them the opportunity to claim a refund.

The show is part of the band’s Rock Or Bust world tour and will feature Guns N’ Roses man Axl Rose on lead vocals after Brian Johnson was ordered to stop touring or risk going deaf.

The message reads: “You have the opportunity to request a refund of your ticket. Refunds will be available from now until 5pm on Friday, May 6.”

Opinion over whether AC/DC should have brought in a replacement for Johnson or cancelled the tour has been split, with many saying Rose is the wrong choice. Other fans have defended the addition of the GNR man, who has been performing with the reunited lineup from a chair after breaking his foot.

Nobody at Seetickets was available to comment, but TeamRock readers have confirmed they have been offered refunds on tickets for the June 9 show in Manchester too, and via rival ticket agencies.

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AC/DC European tour dates with Axl Rose

May 07: Lisbon Passeio Maritimo De Alges, Portugal
May 10: Seville Estadio De La Cartuja, Spain
May 13: Marseille Stade Velodrome, France
May 16: Werchter Site, Belgium
May 19: Vienna Erns-Happel Stadium, Austria
May 22: Prague Letnany Airport, Czech Republic
May 26: Hamburg Volksparkstadion, Germany
May 29: Berne Stade De Suisse, Switzerland
Jun 01: Leipzig Red Bull Arena, Germany
Jun 04: London Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, UK
Jun 09: Manchester Etihad Stadium, UK
Jun 12: Aarhus Ceres Park, Denmark

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