Bon Jovi Updates
For the fans, by the fans.
Bon Jovi & Runaway Tours In February fans had the opportunity to attend Runaway Tours trips to Bon Jovi concerts in Ft. Lauderdale (Feb 11-13) and Las Vegas (Feb… Read more “Bon Jovi: Seen & Heard – February 2017”
Bon Jovi Release New Songs On September 9th and 23rd respectively, new songs “Knockout” and “Labor of Love” were released for digital download. Pre-order the upcoming album “This… Read more “Bon Jovi: Seen & Heard – September 2016”
Bon Jovi Release “This House Is Not For Sale” Single, Album Cover & More On August 12, 2016, acclaimed rock band, Bon Jovi released the lead single… Read more “Bon Jovi: Seen & Heard – August 2016”
August 18 – Endicott, NY, United States – En-Joie Golf Course
September 14 – Santiago, Chile – Estadio Monumental
September 16 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Vélez Sarsfield Stadium
September 19 – Porto Alegre, Brazil – Beira Rio Stadium
September 22 – Rio De Janeiro, Brazil – Rock In Rio
September 23 – Sao Paulo, Brazil – Sao Paulo Trip
* Dates, cities and venues subject to change.
February 8 – Greenville, SC, United States – Bon Secours Wellness Arena
February 10– Atlanta, GA, United States – Philips Arena
February 12 – Sunrise, FL, United States – BB&T Center
February 14 – Tampa, FL, United States – Amalie Arena
February 16 – Birmingham, AL, United States – BJCC
February 18 – Nashville, TN, United States – Bridgestone Arena
February 19 – St. Louis, MO, United States – Scottrade Center
February 21 – Oklahoma City, OK, United States – Chesapeake Energy Center
February 23 – Dallas, TX, United States – American Airlines Center
February 25 – Las Vegas, NV, United States – T-Mobile Arena
February 28 – Sacramento, CA, United States – Golden 1 Center
March 1 – San Jose, CA, United States – SAP Center
March 4 – Phoenix, AZ, United States – Talking Stick Resort Arena
March 5 – San Diego, CA, United States – Viejas Arena
March 8 – Inglewood, CA, United States – The Forum
March 14 – Denver, CO, United States – Pepsi Center (rescheduled)
March 16 – Memphis, TN, United States – FedExForum
March 18 – Columbus, OH, United States – Nationwide Arena
March 19 – Cleveland, OH, United States – Quicken Loans Arena
March 22 – Indianapolis, IN, United States – Bankers Life Fieldhouse
March 26 – Chicago, IL, United States – United Center
March 27 – St. Paul, MN, United States – XCEL Energy Center
March 29 – Detroit, MI, United States – Joe Louis Arena
March 31 – Philadelphia, PA, United States – Wells Fargo Center
April 1 – Uncasville, CT, United States – Mohegan Sun Arena
April 5 – Pittsburgh, PA, United States – PPG Paints Arena
April 7 – New York, NY, United States – Madison Square Garden (rescheduled)
April 8 – New York, NY, United States – Madison Square Garden (rescheduled)
April 10 – Toronto, ON, Canada – Air Canada Centre
April 11 – Toronto, ON, Canada – Air Canada Centre
April 13 – New York, NY, United States – Madison Square Garden
April 14 – Denver, CO, United States – Pepsi Center (cancelled)
April 15 – New York, NY, United States – Madison Square Garden
Jon Bon Jovi
John Francis Bongiovi, Jr., known as Jon Bon Jovi, is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, philanthropist, and actor, best known as the founder and frontman of the rock band Bon Jovi, which was formed in 1983.
David Bryan Rashbaum, best known as just David Bryan is the keyboard player of the rock band Bon Jovi, with which he has also co-written songs and performed backing vocals. He is the writer of the successful Broadway musical Memphis.
Hector Juan Samuel “Tico” Torres is an American musician, artist, and entrepreneur, best known as the drummer, percussionist, and a songwriter for American rock band Bon Jovi.
Hugh John McDonald is an American musician who is the bass guitarist of the American rock band Bon Jovi, whom he joined as an unofficial member in November 1994, and became an official member in 2016.
Phil Xenidis, better known as Phil X, is a Greek-Canadian musician and songwriter. He first played live with Bon Jovi in 2011, and became an official member in 2016.