The American premier of AC/DC exhibit 'Australia's Family
Jewels' is to open in Seattle on 28th April and will run until 29th
September at the Experience Music Project Museum.
The exhibit, which was developed and first presented by the Arts
Centre, Melbourne and the Western Australian Museum, boast over 400
artefacts from the hard-rockers 35 year history. On show will be
rare photographs of the band, instruments, gig posters, programmes,
show tickets, letters and lyrics, personal memorabilia and
costumes, including one of Angus Young's schoolboy outfits dating
back to 1975.
The Seattle opening of 'AC/DC: Australia's Family Jewels' will
host a discussion with author Anthony Bozza and the EMP's director
of curatorial affairs, Jasen Emmons. All female AC/DC tribute band
'Hell's Belles' will also be performing on the opening