AC/DC drummer Chris Slade has announced details of an exclusive U.K. and Ireland drum clinic at Whelan's on Tuesday, June 30, the day before AC/DC play the Aviva Stadium. Tickets go on sale at 9.00 a.m. on Friday, May 1. Strictly over 18s.
This up-close-and-personal clinic aimed at the hardcore AC/DC fan provides fans the ability to meet, hang and chat with Mr. Thunderstruck himself in a very intimate environment, as capacity is limited to 200.
AC/DC has never, and will never, offer public meet-and-greet packages while touring. This is as good as it gets for Irish fans on what may quite possibly be their final ever concert in Ireland.
What you get with your ticket:
* 1 x event exclusive t-shirt
* 1 x photo with Chris Slade
* 1 x drumhead signed personally to you by Chris Slade
* 1 x 8 x 10 signed photo
* 1 x laminate for the clinic
* 1 x pair of AC/DC branded and Chris Slade signed drumsticks
* Chance to ask Chris a question from the audience while he is on stage
* Fans can bring a maximum of 2-3 items for Chris Slade to sign. (Restriction of 2 items will apply based on final numbers)
Also making an appearance is Dublin AC/DC tribute WHOLE LOTTA VOLTAGE, along with stalls from merch store Asha and others to be announced. Fans are also encouraged to dress up as their favorite AC/DC member and join in on the fun and camaraderie of this very special night.
Tickets for this event — priced at €180.00 plus B/F — go on sale Friday, May 1 will be available online only from www.whelanslive.com and www.sdentertainment.co.uk.
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