Last night was a good one for Mile High music fans. Still reveling from the Broncos epic victory in Super Bowl 50, AC/DC packed the Pepsi Center for what could be the final Denver show of their illustrious career.

Like Peyton Manning, they haven't officially announced their retirement, but they've hinted that this tour will be their last hurrah.

If indeed this is their curtain call, like Manning, they went out on top. The career spanning concert kicked off with the title track of their latest album "Rock or Bust" before launching into classic anthems "Shoot to Thrill", "Back in Black", "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap", "Thunderstruck", "Hells Bells", "You Shook Me All Night Long" and "T.N.T.".

The twenty song set concluded with an encore featuring "Highway to Hell" and "For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)".

Perhaps the loudest ovation of the night came when AC/DC singer Brian Johnson took the stage wearing an orange Broncos jersey with Manning's #18. It was a fitting tribute from one legendary act to another, as they both approach the twilight of their professional careers.