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AC/DC | 9 August 2024, Festivalpark Stenehei Dessel


AC/DC returns to Belgium after an absence of eight years! The legendary Australian hard rockers will shake the Festivalpark Stenehei in Dessel on Friday 9 August, as part of their Power Up Tour.

Tickets are SOLD OUT. Subscribe to the waiting list.


Tickets are exclusively available via This concert is SOLD OUT. Subscribe to the waiting list.

A GA standing ticket costs 159 euros (including including service charges and mobility and environmental fee).

Orders are limited to 4 ticket per person.


Do not purchase tickets through any other ticketing website. For instance, don't blindly order your tickets through the first website that pops up on your search engine. Chances are you are visiting an auctioning website or a ticket reseller. Not only will tickets offered through these websites be more expensive; you also risk being denied access to the concert.

Have you bought a ticket through one of these websites? First of all, try getting in touch with this website. Sometimes, you'll be refunded the price difference. If not, consider legal action in civil court. Always report the resale to the Economic Inspectorate via

To prevent illegal resale and fraud, your tickets will only be available in the Ticketmaster App (or in your account) a few weeks before the show.

The employees of our ticketing partner, Ticketmaster are at your service online. You can find answers to the most common ticket-related questions at the Ticketmaster FAQ.

Practical info

People with a disability who wish to use the wheelchair platform or the reserved parking lot at the AC/DC concert need to buy SPECIAL TICKETS. These tickets are sold out. Subscribe to the waiting list.

Tickets for the wheelchair platform cost 159 euros, including service charges and mobility and environmental fee. These tickets are limited. You can buy a maximum of two tickets to the wheelchair platform. A parking ticket costs 25 euros, including service charges. You can buy a maximum of 1 parking ticket.

Your ticket purchase will only be accepted if you send a copy of your European blue card or other official document, stating that you have a disability, to

If you wish to make use of the facilities mentioned below, please fill out Inter's subscription form before Friday 19 July 2024!


In collaboration with Inter, Live Nation puts in a great effort to make the concert accessible to the disabled. So we have paid a lot of attention to the accessibility of the concert site and its surroundings:

  • We provide a viewing platform for wheelchair users, people with crutches... with a grandstand view of the stage. Specific tickets (see above) are required for people using the platform.
  • Adapted toilets are situated in locations all over the concert site.
  • Specific parking spaces are provided. To use the ADD parking, you'll need to purchase a parking ticket in advance. Capacity is limited - please request your reserved parking space in advance through the form above. Inter will keep you posted on the next steps.
  • If you wish to bring a folding chair because of your disability or another health issue, you'll also need a pass to bring this. Please ask Inter for this pass in advance.
  • During the concert, you can always call on ADD staff for assistance, free of charge. This may include: toilet, moving and eating assistance, etc. Do not hesitate to talk to an ADD assistant, whenever you require assistance. You can find them on the concert site (at the viewing platform).
  • Pets are not allowed in, except for assistance dogs (either or not in training) for people with a disability.

For questions about the facilities for people with disabilities, please contact

All mobility info will be available on this page closer to the concert date.

Parking tickets will be available later.

Special AC/DC buses will be arranged towards the Festivalpark Stenehei. Get picked up at one of the staggering 78 pick-up points spread across Belgium and the Netherlands. After the concert, you will be effortlessly taken back to your boarding location!

Do you want to avoid traffic congestion and not end up on the "Highway to Hell"? Then buy your ticket (round trip) here.

Are you organising a bus ride to the concert with an association or group of friends? Book your free parking space in advance via this link.

Passengers can board or disembark ONLY at this coach park. At other locations the police will issue fines for waiting and parking.

There is no minimum age and so everyone is welcome! But everyone at the concert must be in possession of a concert ticket, children included. There is no reduction for children.

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult (+18) at all times.

We do not recommend that (young) children be brought to the concert grounds, as we do not provide children’s facilities, and because a concert is not the ideal environment for children.

Our first priority is the safety of concertgoers, artists and crew, workers and local residents. We maintain a strict safety policy. In the lead-up to the concert, we regularly meet with local and federal police and local and provincial authorities. A whole set of measures apply. More information and a list of prohibited items can be found HERE.

Other important points:

  • Lighting fires is strictly prohibited in the Festivalpark.
  • By entering the Festivalpark you give express consent to the possibility of being included in any film, photographic, audio or audio-visual recording of any kind, and that this may be used in any media for any purpose at any time and place. This includes video recordings by police or security which may be used for the purpose of consumer safety or combating crime.
  • By entering the site you agree to the concert's terms and conditions of sale.
  • Pets are not permitted. However, an exception is made for assistance dogs (and assistance dogs in training) for people with disabilities.