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Bon Jovi is one of the biggest arena rock bands in the world and has sold millions of tickets over their career. The group has won countless awards and accolades, including induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame. With hit singles like Livin’ on a Prayer, It’s My Life and Wanted Dead or Alive, the band continues to captivate audiences at their concerts.

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The band will be kicking off their 2022 tour on April 1 at the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska and will be venturing across the country. A complete schedule with dates and venues can be found here.

Iconic rock band Bon Jovi will be kicking off their first arena tour in over three years when they perform at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center on Sunday, April 3. The band is currently gearing up to release their 15th studio album titled 2020 which was produced by the Grammy and BRIT Award winning producer John Shanks. The band also recently released a video for their acoustic version of “American Reckoning.”

On Sunday night, Bon Jovi’s show at the Xcel Energy Center felt just as great as I remembered it from the last time I saw them in Detroit during the This House is Not For Sale Tour in 2015. The band has made a huge comeback since the coronavirus pandemic and Jon Bon Jovi looked healthy and full of energy throughout the concert. The reconfigured band sounded tight and Phil X, who replaced the departed Richie Sambora, added heft to both anthems and ballads.

The only downside to the show was that Bon Jovi’s vocals weren’t as strong as they used to be. Although Jon has never been a great technical singer, his voice seemed strained and flat at times. It wasn’t enough to detract from the overall experience, but it was a noticeable difference and a reminder of how much he has lost his voice over the years. Regardless, the concert was still an amazing spectacle that everyone should check out at least once. It’s worth the money and a must-see for any fan of classic arena rock. The band will be back in the Twin Cities on May 22 for a sold-out show at the Palace Theatre. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, January 6. Click here for more information.