The Bon Jovi Tour Continues

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With a massively successful tour, a new movie, a docuseries and a single on the way, it’s clear Bon Jovi is back with a vengeance. The New Jersey rock band has always been a force to be reckoned with live, and they are once again amping up the energy in their arena shows. Their massive hit catalog is still full of classics that both the young and the old can’t seem to get enough of, and they have a devoted following to prove it.

The group had to cancel their 2020 tour during the COVID-19 pandemic, but they’ve stayed busy with charity shows and other appearances. In addition, they’ve released the aptly-titled 2020 album, which offers commentary on current events such as the coronavirus pandemic, Black Lives Matter protests and mass shootings. Jon Bon Jovi has also branched out into solo material with a country album, Needing a Little Love, which straddles the line between pop and country by using a country rhythm and singing style, but it’s a far cry from his hard rock of the past.

This latest bon jovi tour features some of the band’s biggest hits, from Livin’ on a Prayer to Bad Medicine. But the main attraction is a powerhouse lineup of musicians that’s more than capable of holding up to the band’s trademark sound. Despite the loss of longtime guitarist Richie Sambora, the band still sounds great with Phil X handling lead guitar and Jon Bon Jovi’s swagger is as strong as ever.

Even though there’s no pyro, no confetti or balloon drops and the crowd is a lot smaller than it used to be (thanks to COVID-19), the show is still rock-show worthy. The massive network of lights illuminates the performers and shows videos that include surfer’s crouches, jumping jacks, jazz hands, and foot-stomping. And although Jon Bon Jovi doesn’t wander into the audience like he did in 2018, he still gives the crowd a good time with his jumping, bounding, strutting, wriggling and his Hollywood smile.

The band held a contest, SuperBAND Tonight, where North American bands competed for the chance to be the opening act on some of the concerts. Dashboard Confessional played on the February, March and April dates and The Reverend Horton Heat supported the May and June dates. Bon Jovi hasn’t announced who will open the rest of the tour, but it’s likely to be another young and popular band. This article will be updated as more tour details are revealed. To purchase tickets to see bon jovi, visit our Bon Jovi page here and click the buttons for the show near you. Or, if you prefer to call and speak with a human, please give us a call at 1-800-589-4949. Our customer service agents are standing by 24/7 to help you. We look forward to your business! This site is operated by a ticket broker and not the venue or performer. Prices are subject to change without notice.