Wembley Stadium is set to get rocking this weekend as rock and roll legends AC/DC head to the London landmark.

The 'Highway to Hell' band will take to Wembley as part of their PWR UP Tour, seeing them celebrate their 50th anniversary and their latest studio album of the same name as the tour.

AC/DC are best known for hits including, 'Thunderstruck', 'Back In Black', 'You Shook Me All Night Long', 'Shoot to Thrill', 'Let There Be Rock' and many more.

The band's two shows at Wembley Stadium mark the first time they have performed live in the UK for more than eight years.

Find out everything you need to know before heading to Wembley to see AC/DC rock the stage.

When is AC/DC at Wembley Stadium for the PWR UP Tour?

AC/DC will be at Wembley Stadium for two shows, taking place on Wednesday, July 3 and Sunday, July 7.

What time do doors open up for AC/DC Wembley?

Doors will open at the following times for both shows: 

July 3: All doors to the stadium (including hospitality) open at 17:00
July 7: All doors to the stadium (including hospitality) open at 16:30

It's important to know the timings are subject to change.

What are the set times for AC/DC?

The official set times for AC/DC in London have not been confirmed yet but previous shows for 5pm doors start at 8.30pm until 10.35pm and are likely to be the same for both dates at Wembley.

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What is the seating plan for AC/DC Wembley?

If you're curious about how good your view of the stage will be at Wembley, you can see via this website.

On the website, you'll be able to select your exact seat and see a digital view of the stage.

All seating is reserved, it is also important to note that people buying in level 5 should be aware they are high up and not suitable if you have a fear of heights.

Who are the support acts for AC/DC at Wembley?

AC/DC will be supported by rock band The Pretty Reckless, the group is best known for their songs 'Make Me Wanna Die', 'Heaven Knows', 'And So It Went' and 'Just Tonight'.


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Can you still get tickets to AC/DC in London?

If you haven't been able to get tickets to see AC/DC, you're in luck as there are still some available. 

Your best chance for tickets is July 3 with tickets starting at £63 per person but there are limited view tickets.

There are also tickets for standing, tickets starting at £366 to £115 per person or for seating, upwards of £385 for Official Platinum Tickets.

You can get tickets via Ticketmaster.