Bon Jovi’s 2011 tour kicks off next week and if your city wasn’t on the original list of stops, no worries because Jon Bon has just added 12 more dates! This latest batch of Bon Jovi tickets goes on sale today!
Recent rumors suggest the band will take a long hiatus following this tour so if you are a Bon Jovi fan, definitely don’t miss this chance to catch the boys live.
The 2011 tour kicks off on February 9th at Bryce Jordan Center in State College, PA. If you aren’t luckily enough to be in the crowd, Bon Jovi is set to broadcast a portion of the concert live via webcast!
Bon Jovi’s 2011 dates come fresh off the heels of the band earning the top-grossing worldwide tour of 2010, according to both Billboard and Pollstar. Additionally, the band’s newest album, Greatest Hits, was released Nov. 9 and debuted at #1 around the world! With all this momentum, Bon Jovi tickets have been selling fast. Get yours today!
In Rolling Stone’s Music Preview: 10 Big Questions for 2011, they asked the question, “What Are the Biggest Tours of the Year? According to the magazine, the biggest tours (hint, the hottest tickets) will probably be:
2010 was an exciting year in the music scene. From Jay-Z and Eminem’s “Home and Home Tour” in Detroit and Brooklyn, to J. Bieber’s seemingly contagious popularity, there was never a boring week in the music industry this year. Below are the Most Searched Concert Tickets for 2010.
2010 Most Searched Concert Tickets
1. Justin Bieber
2. Taylor Swift
3. Lady Gaga
4. Black Eyed Peas
5. Dave Matthews Band
7. Bon Jovi
8. Tim McGraw
11. John Mayer
12. Jimmy Buffett
13. Michael Buble
14. Pearl Jam
15. Roger Waters
Justin Bieber is truly the man of the year. He not only takes the #1 spot on our 2010 Most Searched Music Tickets list, but Bieber searches were only second to the Yankees on our most searches overall list. Impressive for a 16 year old.
Bon Jovi sits at #7 on our 2010 Most Searched Concert Tickets list. Pollstar recently published numbers stating that Bon Jovi was the highest grossing artist of the world this year, topping $200 million in ticket sales. Other tours on both our 2010 Most Searched Concert tickets list and the Pollstar top 10 included:
With just a few days left in 2010, Billboard has unveiled the top 10 tours of the year. And while you seemed to agree with some of these, there were certainly some hot tickets that didn’t make the top 10. Seriously Taylor Swift tickets were #15 and Justin Bieber tickets came in at #20…we’re fairly certain you guys would disagree!
That said, this top ten list proves 2010 was a pretty exciting year for live music lovers. Check it out!
Hopefully you had a chance to catch some of these acts live. If not, have no fear, 2011 is shaping up to be a good one as well.
We know many of your favorites have already announced 2011 tours including Eric Clapton, Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys, Robert Plant, Linkin Plant, Sarah McLachlan, Ke$ha, Pete Yorn, Bon Jovi, Ozzy Osbone and Slash, Justin Bieber and more. Click on some of our earlier posts to hear more about these upcoming tours!
Rock on! There are more Bon Jovi tickets on the way. That’s because our favorite Jersey rockers (okay some of our favorites…we love you too Bruce!) just announced their 2011 tour!
The spring tour features 16 dates and will kick off on February 9 in State College, PA. As of now it wraps up March 25 in Toronto, ON, but there’s always hope that Jon, Richie and the gang will add some additional stops.
The tour will support the band’s Greatest Hits set that comes out Nov. 9. Greatest Hits will be out in a one-disc and two-disc version. The one-disc, 16-song configuration includes two new songs, including a new single “What Do You Got?.” Greatest Hits – The Ultimate Collection will feature 28 tracks and two additional, brand-new songs. So it’ll be the greatest hits, plus two.
So scoop up your Bon Jovi tickets starting Nov. 1 and then sit back and get a teaser by catching the band’s upcoming appearances on “The Today Show,” Nov. 12; A&E’s “Private Sessions,” Nov. 17; “The American Music Awards,” Nov. 21; “Larry King Live,” Nov. 22; “Ellen,” Nov. 23 and CNN’s “Heroes,” Nov. 25. These guys are giving Taylor Swift a run for her money!
Bon Jovi ticket presales begin Nov. 1 for fan club members. And if you miss out at the box office, no worries, we’ll have you covered.
Bon Jovi – North America 2011 Tour Dates:
February 9 -University Park, PA -Bryce Jordan Center
February 11 -Pittsburgh, PA -CONSOL Energy Center
February 14 -Toronto, ON -Air Canada Centre
February 18 -Montreal, QC -Bell Centre
February 21 -Raleigh, NC -RBC Center
February 24 – 25 -New York, NY -Madison Square Garden Arena
February 27 -Washington, DC -Verizon Center
March 1 -Boston, MA -TD Garden
March 2 -Philadelphia, PA -Wells Fargo Center
March 4 -Uncasville, CT -Mohegan Sun Arena
March 8 -Chicago, IL -United Center
March 17 -San Antonio, TX -AT&T Center
March 19 -Las Vegas, NV -MGM Grand Garden Arena
March 22 -Salt Lake City, UT -EnergySolutions Arena
March 25 -Toronto, ON -Rogers Centre
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the hottest selling band of them all? Well, if you guessed AC/DC tickets, you are correct! Yes, according to Pollstar, AC/DC has sold 1,820,962 tickets this year. Bon Jovi tickets come in second place, but are still nearly half a million behind. However, AC/DC is done for the year and Bon Jovi still has a few dates to go. Think the Jersey rockers can beat the Aussies? We’ll have to wait to find out.
Bon Jovi tickets are the hottest sellers for the month of June according to Billboard. The magazine just announced that Bon Jovi’s Circle Tour topped their Hot Tours chart last month, based on the strong success from the European leg of their tour. Now the Jersey natives are headed back home, kicking off their North American portion tomorrow night at where else, the Meadowlands.
Bon Jovi tickets to Meadowlands shows have been in high demand. The band was the first to perform at the new venue earlier this year, rocking out for three straight nights in May in front of sold out. Now they are back for just one night.
A quick search for Bon Jovi tickets and we found a number of options, including some starting as low as $94.
What songs should concert goers expect? Well that could be up to you. The band asked its Facebook community what they wanted to hear and got more than 2,000 responses!
Click here for a behind the scenes look at Bon Jovi’s earlier Meadowlands performance and hear from Jon himself about life on the road.
Unable to Runaway to the New Meadowlands last night? You can still get Bon Jovi tickets for tonight’s and tomorrow’s shows in the stadium, which was recently named the host of 2014 Super Bowl.
The New Jersey natives are in the middle of their The Circle Tour, the group’s largest tour in more than 20 years.
So what was it like inside the $1.6 billion stadium? According to NJ.com, Jon Bon Jovi took the stage at 8:45 p.m., raised his right fist in the air and launched into a stadium-shaking renditions of “Blood on Blood,” “We Weren’t Born to Follow” and “You Give Love a Bad Name.” The packed house of 55,000 screamed for most of the show!
According to bonjovi.com, Bon Jovi has tapped Dashboard Confessional to appear as special guest on select North American dates of their 2010-2011 “The Circle World Tour.” Dashboard Confessional will perform the opening set at Bon Jovi’s concerts in Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, Philadelphia and Las Vegas. Other dates are TBA.
Dashboard Confessional debuted in 2000 with Swiss Army Romance. The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most (2001), A Mark, a Mission, a Brand, a Scar (2003), and Dusk and Summer (2006), and The Shade of Poison Trees (2007) were gold records. Dashboard Confessional’s latest release, Alter the Ending, was released in November.
Read more about the Circle World tour announcement and dates here.
Bon Jovi tickets to the Circle World Tour — we announced here — have been selling out box offices across the U.S. and Canada. So much so that the New Jersey rockers have begun adding dates to the already jam-packed Circle tour schedule.
Bon Jovi kicks off the Circle World Tour in Seattle’s Key arena on February 19. Richie Sambora, Jon Bon Jovi and the boys just added another date to the Seattle tour stop. Bon Jovi Tickets for the February 20 Seattle tour stop go on sale at the box office on Saturday. Find hundreds of Bon Jovi tickets in Seattle with FanSnap here.
Music fans were on FanSnap in record numbers during October searching for their favorite performing artists on tour! Taylor Swift (this week’s Saturday Night Live guest), Miley Cyrus, and U2 (who just announced new 2010 dates) remained the top three most searched for concert tickets. The Boss moved up two slots from last month to #4 and Jay-Z, hot off his World Series game two performance, was up SIX slots to the #5 position.
Despite his recent reschedulings due to being under the weather, Elton John (touring with Billy Joel) returns to the hot list, along with AC/DC and Phish. Madonna’s wrestling partner, Lady Gaga, as well as TSBO are new to the list in October also.