AC/DC fans were left scrambling to buy tickets to the rockers' sold-out Denmark show online - after one retailer's website crashed due to the massive demand. The "Highway to Hell" hitmakers are set to play their highly-anticipated concert in Horsens on June 5.
According to Blabbermouth.net, internet traffic to one Danish ticket retailer, Billetlugen, was so heavy the site ground to a halt on Friday, January 29. All 30,000 tickets sold out within 46 minutes of going on sale.
Aside from massive demand of AC/DC's ticket, the group recently planned to pay tribute for their former lead singer Bon Scott who died on February 19, 1980 at the age of 33. Current frontman of the band Brian Johnson shared, "We're trying to think of something to do that's not morbid. We hate it when people try to use the anniversary as a sensation-seeking thing, so we want it to be respectful."