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AC/DC Postpones April Show at Wells Fargo Center

Singer Brian Johnson advised to stop touring or risk total hearing loss

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No fooling, AC/DC's planned April 1 stop at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia is off, for now.

The legendary rock band is postponing all shows from March 8th through April 4th after doctors warned singer Brian Johnson he could risk complete hearing loss unless he stops touring.

Ten shows scheduled in cities including Atlanta, Washington, DC, Cleveland and New York are being rescheduled for later in the year, likely with a guest vocalist. Ticketholders can keep their tickets for the rescheduled shows or return them for a refund at the point of purchase, according to a post on the band's website.


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AC/DC opened the most recent U.S. leg of its tour Feb. 2 in Tacoma, Washington. The band is also scheduled to begin a European leg May 7 in Lisbon, Portugal.

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