The band were stuck in Berlin, Germany for a moment and arrived in Norway too late to perform a full set.
Heavy rockers AC/DC only just made it to a concert in Oslo, Norway on Sunday, May 30 night after plane trouble almost left them grounded in Berlin, Germany. The band was due to fly in from Berlin, Germany for a gig at the city's Valle Hovin venue, but they faced a race against time when their jet suffered a mysterious "malfunction".
Kristin Svendsen, a representative for promoters Live Nation Norway, says, "AC/DC's plane had a malfunction in Berlin, and it took some time to charter another plane." The stars finally hit the stage in Oslo at 9.45 P.M., but were forced to cut the show short to avoid violating Norway's strict 11 P.M. curfew regulations.
Frontman Brian Johnson apologized to fans after performing hit single "Highway to Hell", telling the crowd, "We have to stop now because of the curfew."