Bon Scott will be honored in Australia next year around the 40th anniversary of his unexpected death in the form of a festival taking place on a makeshift “Highway to Hell,” so to speak.

Per Australia’s ABC News, a portion of Canning Highway, one of Perth, Australia’s busiest roads, will be closed for 10 hours on March 1 for the Perth Festival. The road will be “transformed into a 10-kilometer entertainment precinct featuring bands performing AC/DC songs from the back of flatbed trucks and semi-trailers as they travel along the route.”

Along the highway, there will be various picnic areas, performance stages and food vendors for festival-goers to enjoy.

Also on tap for the festivities will be an attempted “World’s largest karaoke rendition” of the AC/DC classic “Highway to Hell.” No word yet on if representatives from Guinness World Records will be there to observe the event.

Complete details on the event can be found at

Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock news blogger who's well-versed in etiquette and extraordinarily nice. #TransRightsAreHumanRights

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