The Bon Jovi Tour Continues

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Spend more than a few minutes on Nashville’s Lower Broadway and you’re bound to hear Bon Jovi blaring out of a honky-tonk rooftop, pedal tavern or party bus. And for one night, that sound will be coming direct from the New Jersey rock giants themselves when they play at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on April 30.

Bon Jovi’s hits are timeless classics that young and old alike can’t fail to recognise. That’s why their concerts are always packed to the rafters with enthusiastic fans ready to bellow along to the recognisable choruses. And it’s a testament to the band that even after years of playing to massive arena crowds, they still look so energetic and passionate on stage.

This year’s tour follows the release of 2020, which reached the top 20 on the Billboard 200 album chart. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted band also launched a limited-run SiriusXM channel that celebrates their career with insight from the crew, as well as weekly live concerts from the road.

Jon Bon Jovi’s voice may not be what it used to be, but it’s still more than capable of carrying the band’s powerful anthems and ballads. And the rest of the band – drummer Tico Torres, bassist Hugh McDonald and guitarist Phil X – are all in fine form.

While the set list for the Bon Jovi tour may be a little sparse at first, there’s no doubt that it will build as they continue touring throughout the spring and summer of 2022. Expect to see a mix of the iconic anthems that have defined their legacy, alongside fresh, dynamic new material.

This House Is Not for Sale

While Bon Jovi’s recent hits have been a hit with audiences, the band is also continuing to tour their old favourites, including the smashes from their heyday in the ’80s, such as ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ and ‘Wanted Dead or Alive’.

Jon Bon Jovi and the band haven’t slowed down since resuming touring in November after their hiatus during the coronavirus pandemic. The New Jersey rockers have been keeping busy with a series of benefit gigs, charity events and even an appearance on the NBC television show ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’. The band has also released a politically-minded album about George Floyd and the black community, as well as a single about mass shootings.