Bon Jovi has been touring massive arenas for years, and their latest tour is no different. The band, which features lead singer Jon Bon Jovi, guitarist David Bryan, bassist Hugh McDonald, and drummer Tico Torres, has toured more than 50 countries and sold more than $1 billion in tickets in the last decade. They were recently inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and they’ve released two albums that hit the top of the charts.
While the bon Jovi has been around for a while, it is still one of the best rock bands in the business. Their hits include the hit single “Livin’ on a Prayer,” which has been popular all over the world. Moreover, the band has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and has sold more than 130 million albums worldwide.
In the mid-1980s, Bon Jovi formed in Sayreville, New Jersey. Over the course of their career, the band has released two number one albums and has been nominated for numerous awards. Some of their more notable songs include “Have a Nice Day,” “Livin’ on a Prayer,” and “Who Says You Can’t Go Home.”
The band is currently in the middle of their Because We Can – The Tour, which has garnered some of the best reviews of their career. The tour is a mix of old and new, and features over 90 high-speed moving elements. Moreover, the band has announced that they will play 15 shows in the Midwest and the South in the coming months.
During the show, the band performed many of their classics and their recent releases, including songs from their latest album “Resurrection.” Several acoustic and electric tunes were played. Also, the band demonstrated their semblance of Mick Jagger-like crowd control.
One of the more interesting aspects of the concert was the display of the band’s signature bling. They performed an elaborate and dazzling display of lights, a large network of which displayed a series of silhouettes of women gyrating in the air. It was the first time the band has performed this at a show. However, this bling was merely a flash in the pan.
For the most part, the Bon Jovi concert was a well-oiled machine. Although the band did not bring any fireworks or balloon drops to the stage, they did bring a lot of energy. Despite the band’s young age, their swagger and youthful enthusiasm made them seem young again. This show was not only a rousing success, but also showed that they remain one of the best rock bands in the business.
Other highlights included the band’s use of the ‘Mirror’ in a song titled ‘What About Now’, and their clever display of the ‘Mirror’ from a video game. Another big moment for the band was when Jon Bon Jovi tapped his foot in the middle of the stage and announced that he was turning 60, a milestone for the singer.
As you can see, the Bon Jovi concert is a rite of passage for the ardent fan. Whether you want to go the cheesy route and spend a few hundred dollars, or you’d rather stay home and watch it on your computer, you can’t miss the Bon Jovi’s best shows.