The Bon Jovi tour will hit cities in the Midwest and South in 2022. Tickets for the first leg will be available on Friday, January 14 at 10 a.m. local time. A pre-sale for JBJ Experience members will be held on Tuesday, January 11 at 10 a.m. Local time. Check out the entire schedule here. And if you can’t make the first leg, there are still a few dates available for the 2021 tour.
You can purchase Bon Jovi tickets online by searching for the concert you want to attend. You can sort by price, show, or Deal Score, which ranks tickets according to their value. If you have a specific seat in mind, you can use SeatGeek’s Interactive Maps to preview the view from the seat in question. Once you’ve found the best seats, proceed to SeatGeek’s checkout process and complete your purchase.
The band first began in 1983, forming in Sayreville, New Jersey, and has since achieved worldwide success. The band’s first album, Bon Jovi, was released on January 21, 1984, and has since gone on to sell over 100 million albums worldwide. The band has also received numerous awards, and their fans continue to fill the venues they tour. Jon Bon Jovi, David Bryan, Phil X, Hugh McDonald, and Tico Torres are all members of the group.
The concert at the Bridgestone Arena was a smashing success. With flashing lights, dynamic stage presence, and expert strumming, Bon Jovi closed the 15-date Bon Jovi tour in Nashville, Tennessee. The concert, based on their hit song “Nashville,” lasted a full two hours. Jon Bon Jovi, dressed in black jeans and a leather jacket, worked the crowd in the center of attention.
The lineup for the Bon Jovi tour was impressive, but there was one drawback. Michael Jackson’s voice was not as good as it once was. He used to carry the choruses, but his voice is now reedy and thin and he can’t hit high notes. This wasn’t the first time this was mentioned, as previous Michael Jackson concerts in Omaha have also noted his vocal troubles. The audience should be prepared for this.
The band’s new album, “American,” was released on May 22. The song, “American Reckoning,” was released in November, but the concert was cancelled due to a pandemic and the subsequent election. It also made the band re-examine its meaning. They wrote two new songs. He also noted that the themes of the album are topical. Interestingly enough, it was the song “It’s My Life” that he had been writing since the start.