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‘Dirty Deeds, The AC/DC Experience’ Returns to The Suffolk

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Dirty Deeds present "The AC/DC Experience" at Suffolk Theater on February 17. COURTESY THE SUFFOLK

authorStaff Writer on Feb 8, 2024

The closest you can get to a real AC/DC show is back at The Suffolk with “Dirty Deeds, The AC/DC Experience” on Saturday, February 17, 8 p.m. The show celebrates the thunderous energy of the Bon Scott and Brian Johnson era delivering a power-packed performance that takes the audience on a journey through the story that is AC/DC. Reminiscent of the legendary Australian rockers, “Dirty Deeds” captures the essence of the band that defined a genre.

Channeling the electrifying guitar riffs of Angus and Malcolm Young, the band recreates the chemistry and signature stage moves, paying a fitting tribute to the rock ’n’ roll band who ignited a global musical revolution. Unlike most tribute acts, “Dirty Deeds” uniquely creates an immersive, authentic and interactive AC/DC experience — transporting fans back to the glory days of classic rock all while paying tribute to the unique history that is AC/DC.

The band’s attention to detail and dedication to capturing the spirit of the original songs makes every performance an unforgettable celebration of AC/DC’s legacy. “Dirty Deeds” has set stages ablaze at sold-out venues and festivals all across the U.S., earning a reputation for explosive live shows and an unwavering commitment to delivering an adrenaline-fueled performance that honors the history and legacy of the rock gods themselves.

Tickets are $55 to $65 at thesuffolk.org. Suffolk Theater is at 118 East Main Street, Riverhead.

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