WWII Bombs Threaten to Cancel AC/DC Concert

WWII Bombs Threaten to Cancel AC/DC Concert
Yes, you read that headline right. An AC/DC concert scheduled to take place May 22 in Northern Austria is at risk of being cancelled after several sources reported unexploded bombs under the airfield venue.

As Canoe reports, the bombs are leftovers from those dropped by Allied air forces during the Second World War. There is much fear surrounding the idea that the weight of the 80,000 projected concertgoers could set off one of the bombs, so the show is awaiting confirmation following an assessment of the airfield by a team of bomb defusal experts.

As long as no one is hurt, we do think bombs going off during an AC/DC show might be kind of cool. That, and the band maybe switching up their setlist, but we all know that won't happen.