Bon Jovi Announces Itinerary For 2011

Bon Jovi Announces Itinerary For 2011

Bon Jovi’s 2010 Circle Tour was so successful (it’s up for the top two prizes at this year’s Billboard “Tour Awards”) the band thought they would go back out on the road in 2011.

The “Bon Jovi Live 2011 Tour” kicks off Feb. 9 at the Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Pennsylvania. The outing wraps 15 dates later in Toronto, Ontario at Rogers Centre on March 25.

Bon Jovi tour highlights from the upcoming North American leg include a Valentine’s Day show at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto; two nights (Feb. 24-25) at Madison Square Garden in New York City; and a March 1 concert at TD Garden in Boston.

Fans in the Windy City are not left out in the cold. You can get your Bon Jovi tickets Chicago for a March 8 show at the United Center.

The band’s European leg launches June 8 at Maksimir Stadium in Zagreb, Croatia (say that five times fast). The final Bon Jovi concert is set for July 31 in Lisbon, Portugal.

See below for a complete list of Bon Jovi tour dates.

Presale for fan club members started on Nov. 1. Public ticket sales begin Nov. 12. The show is affordable—Bon Jovi concert tickets start at just $20.

Bon Jovi Tickets 2010 were sold during two North American legs—one from February through May and the other in July.

The New Jersey band also toured internationally all the time supporting their 2009 release, “The Circle.”

In fact, before they can even think about Bon Jovi tickets 2011, the legendary rock group still has a show in Tokyo (Nov. 30) and dates in Australia and New Zealand.

Bon Jovi tickets aren’t the only thing the band is selling. On Nov. 9, Bon Jovi releases a “Greatest Hits” album. The offering comes in two different incarnations—a 16-song single disc and a two-disc “Ultimate Collection.” The later comes with five new tunes.

“While we’re in the midst of ‘The Circle’ tour, this ‘Greatest Hits’ made the most sense,” explains the band’s front man, Jon Bon Jovi. “Because the tour’s going to continue through the summer of next year. For those who have just found the band in this rather prolific decade, this is a great introduction, and for the fan who’s been there the last three decades, this is everything you’ve ever known and then five new songs. So I feel like they’re getting value added, too.”

Upcoming Bon Jovi Appearances

  • MTV Europe Music Awards in Madrid (Nov. 7)
  • “One Night Only” Concert Film Premiere
  • “The Late Show With David Letterman” (Nov. 9)
  • “Today”
  • A&E’s “Private Session”
  • “The American Music Awards”
  • “Ellen”
  • “Larry King Live”
  • “CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute”

Bon Jovi – North America 2011
>>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

Bon Jovi – Europe 2011
>>June 8 – Zagreb, CRO @ Maksimir Stadium
>>June 10 – Dresden, GER @ Ostrahege
>>June 12 – Munich, GER @ Olympiastadion
>>June 15 – Oslo, NOR @ Ullevaal Stadium
>>June 17 – Helsinki, FIN @ Olympic Stadium
>>June 19 – Horsens, DEN @ CASA Arena Horsens
>>June 22 – Edinburgh, SCO @ Murrayfield Stadium
>>June 24 – Manchester, ENG @ Old Trafford Cricket Ground
>>June 25 – London, ENG @ Hard Rock Calling @ Hyde Park
>>June 29 – Dublin, IRE @ RDS Arena
>>July 8 – Istanbul, TUR @ Abdi Ipekci Arena
>>July 10 – Bucharest, ROM @ Piata Constitutiei
>>July 13 – Dusseldorf, GER @ ESPRIT arena
>>July 14 – Zurich, SWI @ Letzigrund Stadium
>>July 16 – Mannheim, GER @ Maimarktgelande
>>July 17 – Udine, ITA @ Stadio Friuli
>>July 20 – Athens, GRE @ Olympic Stadium
>>July 22 – Vienna, AUT @ Ernst Happel Stadion
>>July 24 – Bruges, BEL @ Zeebrugge Beach
>>July 27 – Barcelona, SPA @ Olympic Stadium
>>July 29 – San Sebastian, SPA @ Estadio de Anoeta
>>July 31 – Lisbon, POR @ Bela Vista Park

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