Gibson has partnered with Consequence of Sound for an all-star livestream event celebrating the 40th anniversary of AC/DC‘s 1980 mega-hit album Back In Black. The one-day virtual event will take place on Friday, July 24th starting at 5 p.m. ET, and will feature appearances and performances from notable rock artists including Slash, Sebastian Bach, Dave Amato, Orianthi alongside members of Alice in Chains, Cage the Elephant, Anthrax, Trivium, Lamb of God, and more. The event will be hosted by Jared James Nichols.

Gibson will also look to celebrate the landmark hard-rock album by giving away an Angus Young-inspired guitar rig complete with a Gibson Custom SG “Red Devil” guitar, a Schaffer Tower EX, a Marshall JTM45 amp with a SoloDallas Black Mod, and more. Five runners-up will also be selected to receive a Schaffer Replica Storm pedal and a vinyl copy of Back in Black.

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The virtual event will stream for free on Consequence of Sound’s social media channels, and will also feature a mix of tutorials for aspiring guitar players. Fans should click here for more info on how to enter to win the $15,000 prize pack.

Earlier this year, before the entire live music industry dissolved within a week, speculation began to arise of a possible AC/DC reunion in their native Australia with longtime singer Brian Johnson, who retired from performing 2016 due to severe hearing damage.

This was not the first time that fans and industry professionals have raised speculations of Johnson returning to lead AC/DC for one final tour. It would make sense, however, for the surviving members of the famous band to deliver one more punch for their longtime fans after what was certainly a disappointing end to their last tour. Johnson was at least healthy enough to sit-in during a Bad Company performance in 2017.