Bon Jovi Tickets
So many of the “hair bands” from the ’80s are now long gone and forgotten, but not Bon Jovi. The boys from New Jersey are still rockin’ and Bon Jovi concert tickets still sell out around the world. In fact, the Bon Jovi Circle Tour was one of the highest grossing tours of recent memory, and now the band says they are going to top that with the Because We Can World Tour in 2013 along with a new album, What About Now, set for release in March. If you don’t want to be “Livin’ on a Prayer” looking for your Bon Jovi concert tickets, then get yours at GoTickets. We have Bon Jovi tickets for every stop on the tour, even sold out dates.
Bon Jovi Tour Dates and Schedule
Saturday, 7:30 PM
East Rutherford, NJ
Friday, 7:30 PM
Bon Jovi Tickets
For almost three full decades, Bon Jovi has been rocking on the radio and across the country as one of the most enduring bands from the 1980s. The New Jersey natives have created some of the most lasting and most well known rock anthems of all time, including their most famous song, “Livin’ on a Prayer,” which has since become a mainstay at everything from karaoke clubs to weddings. Bon Jovi has managed to stay on the scene for so long in part because of their classic songs but also because of their willingness to adapt and try new sounds, which has made Bon Jovi tickets continue to sell out around the world.
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Since they first formed in ‘83, Bon Jovi, which includes lead singer Jon Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora, drummer Tico Torres, keyboard player David Bryan and bassist Hugh McDonald, have made hard rock classics. Some of their earliest appearances were as the opener for legendary bands like KISS and the Scorpions.
Their album “Slippery When Wet” produced not only “Livin’ on a Prayer,” but also hits “You Give Love a Bad Name” and “Wanted Dead or Alive,” which still remains popular in part because of its use as the theme song on the Discovery Channel show Deadliest Catch. They followed that effort up with “New Jersey,” which brought them to new levels of success with hits “Bad Medicine” and “I’ll Be There For You.” Even after the ’80s were through, Bon Jovi proved they were more than just another hair metal band and continued to have more and more success. Between Bon Jovi tours, the band has made 14 albums, which combined have sold more than 120 million copies around the world. Get your Bon Jovi tickets now to any of the upcoming concerts on the Because We Can Tour schedule.