Back in Black
w/ Dream Police
$5 Advance/ $10 Day of Show/ $20 Premier Balcony/ $100 Premier Tables/ $400 Premier Cabanas
*Premier Cabanas (ONLY 3 AVAILABLE) include a cabana for up to 10 people, a bottle of your choice from our VIP bottle list, and up to 10 tickets for the concert
16+ Show, 8PM Door/ 9PM Show
SO AUTHENTIC, that vocalist Darren Caperna was flown to Atlanta to audition for AC/DC (See link below)… BACK IN BLACK: THE AC/DC CONCERT EXPERIENCE captures the raw power and energy of an actual AC/DC performance. What sets BACK IN BLACK apart from all other tributes, is the the fact that they can perform FULL SETS of ALL the high-voltage hits from BOTH the Bon Scott AND Brian Johnson eras — ONE singer — TWO personas. Formed in 2001, BACK IN BLACK remains one of the top-drawing, and longest-enduring tribute acts in North America, having performed to hundreds of thousands at sold-out shows from Honolulu, Hollywood, and Puerto Rico — to Calgary, Canada (concert performance with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra). They were recruited by Sony Music (AC/DC’s record label), to promote and increase catalog sales. 20th Century Fox chose BIB over ALL other AC/DC tribute acts to record their classics “TNT” and “It’s A Long Way To The Top” for two of their feature presentations – Napoleon Dynamite and Garage Days. They were also featured in a nationally-televised, one-hour LIVE performance from The Roxy Theater on AXS Television’s “The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands”, hosted by Katie Daryl. The band has performed with the likes of Cheap Trick, Kansas, Warrant, Night Ranger, Vince Neil of Motley Crue, Foghat, Bad Company, Loverboy, Grand Funk Railroad, Jackyl, Blue Oyster Cult, Quiet Riot, Living Colour, The Artimus Pyle Band, Seven Mary Three, April Wine, Great White, Head East, and Cardboard Vampires.
BACK IN BLACK is available for arena shows and festivals, as well as private & corporate events, and, of course, smaller, “local” venues – with a set list to include all of the best material from BOTH the Bon Scott AND Brian Johnson eras.