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- Posted:Friday, September 10, 2010
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The AC/DC Australia's Family Jewels attraction is starting tomorrow (September 11th), but those who have not booked a hostel in Sydney should not fret as it is running until November 28th.
Taking place at the Powerhouse Museum, the event is fully endorsed by the group and is set to bring to life "the history, creativity and power of one of the world's greatest bands", according to the exposition's website.
More than 400 items will be included, such as photographs and instruments, as well as gig posters of the last 35 years from all around the world.
Even those who are not great fans of the group may like to reserve a Sydney hostel and check out the attraction, if not just to see one of lead singer Angus Young's rare schoolboy outfits.
But serious AC/DC enthusiasts might like to spend ages in the museum which features over three hours of live footage, interviews and video clips placed on screens around the building.
The website added: "The exhibition also aims to entertain, to show our visitors a good time and allow them to make up their own minds as to why this band is special to them."
The group have released an array of studio albums such as Highway to Hell, Back in Black and For Those About to Rock, as well as a Live at Donnington videography in August 1991.
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