Bon Jovi Tickets

Do not miss out on your chance to catch the legendary band Bon Jovi in concert at their This House is Not For Sale Tour. They are heading out around the country to promote their latest album of the same name. They are sure to play some of their hits from their 13 studio albums, some of which date back to their early days in the 80s, as well as tracks off of their newest album. This is your chance to see them perform such classic hits such as "It's My Life" and "You Give Love a Bad Name." Secure your seats on Razorgator today to ensure you will be there to experience the action in person.
Bon Jovi Tickets - Bon Jovi Tour Dates
Date Event Location
Wed Mar 14 TBD Bon Jovi Pepsi Center
Denver, CO
Fri Mar 16 7:30 PM Bon Jovi Vivint Smart Home Arena
Salt Lake City, UT
Sat Mar 17 TBD Bon Jovi T-Mobile Arena
Las Vegas, NV
Tue Mar 20 7:30 PM Bon Jovi Verizon Arena-AR
North Little Rock, AR
Thu Mar 22 7:30 PM Bon Jovi AT&T Center
San Antonio, TX
Fri Mar 23 7:30 PM Bon Jovi Toyota Center
Houston, TX
Sun Mar 25 7:30 PM Bon Jovi Smoothie King Center
New Orleans, LA
Mon Mar 26 7:30 PM Bon Jovi American Airlines Center-TX
Dallas, TX
Mon Apr 02 7:30 PM Bon Jovi TD Garden
Boston, MA
Wed Apr 04 7:30 PM Bon Jovi Bell Centre-QC
Montreal, QC
Sat Apr 07 TBD Bon Jovi Prudential Center
Newark, NJ
Sun Apr 08 TBD Bon Jovi Prudential Center
Newark, NJ
Wed Apr 18 7:30 PM Bon Jovi Amway Center
Orlando, FL
Fri Apr 20 7:30 PM Bon Jovi Philips Arena
Atlanta, GA
Sat Apr 21 TBD Bon Jovi Spectrum Center
Charlotte, NC
Tue Apr 24 TBD Bon Jovi PNC Arena
Raleigh, NC
Thu Apr 26 TBD Bon Jovi United Center
Chicago, IL
Sat Apr 28 7:30 PM Bon Jovi Xcel Energy Center
St. Paul, MN
Sun Apr 29 7:30 PM Bon Jovi BMO Harris Bradley Center
Milwaukee, WI
Wed May 02 TBD Bon Jovi PPL Center
Allentown, PA

Bon Jovi Tour News

Bon Jovi is letting bygones be bygones with his former bandmate, Richie Sambora. Speaking to the Today show this week, the singer praised Sambora, stating he loves him “to death,” but that he wouldn’t allow the departure to impede the band in any way. Drummer Tico Torres has stated that the band’s first tour without the guitarist was weird, but now that strange feeling is gone. Bon Jovi continues their “This House Is Not For Sale Tour” this week, hitting up states in the Midwest. This Saturday, March 18, Bon Jovi will put on a show at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. If you haven’t purchased your tickets, it’s not too late. We still have a few available for $24 and up.
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The city of Phoenix was hit with a healthy dose of classic rock and roll last weekend. Bon Jovi was in town, playing their greatest hits to the sold-out crowd of nearly 20,000 fans. The show was peppered with songs new and old, and Jon Bon Jovi spent some of the night reflecting on what it meant to carry on when things get upturned. He was, of course, referring to Richie Sambora’s departure from the band in 2013. Despite the end of the relationship, Bon Jovi continues to write, record and perform with as much energy as he had 30 years ago. The band will be performing next on Tuesday, March 14, at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

The current Bon Jovi tour is turning into the kind of event that music fans and rock stars dream of. It’s been a while since the group played these monster arenas, and there are no words to describe the energy that’s coursing through the venues. One needs look no further than the show at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, where tens of thousands of people were singing along to “You Give Love a Bad Name.” As long as the band is playing the chords, the audience is happy to take care of the vocals. Bon Jovi will surely have another amazing crowd at The Forum in Los Angeles on March 8. Tickets for that show start at $17.

At a recent show at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Jon Bon Jovi talked about how the band’s current tour is about putting recent struggles aside and coming back to be bigger and better than ever. It’s hard to imagine that he’s referring to anything other than the departure of Richie Sambora, the group’s famous lead guitarist. If the show was any indicator, it looks like the guys are prepared to move on and continue the success that Bon Jovi has experienced during the band’s long career. The group will be playing at the SAP Center in San Jose, CA on March 1, and tickets are still available starting as low as $30.

The legend that is Bon Jovi is heading around the country for another tour this year. Although fans can enjoy hearing many of the band's hits, the show is much more. During their initial stop in Greenville, SC, fans were treated to some stories about the band. Between songs, Jon Bon Jovi shared some introspection and stories, especially about the most recent years after Richie Sambora left the band. The show also included many of the new music off his latest album. The band play in Birmingham, AL, on February 16 and then head to Nashville, TN, to play on the 18. There is still time to get your tickets to catch the performance live. Prices start at $58.

A few lucky fans got a chance to catch a sneak preview of Bon Jovi's latest live show when they attended a private SiriusXM show in Miami during Art Basel. There were just 200 people in attendance, which is the first time in over 30 years that the band played in such a small venue. The show also aired on the Bon Jovi Radio, which is the band's SiriusXM channel. They performed old classic hits and new music, starting off with the title track of their latest album, "This House Is Not For Sale." The band heads out on tour soon. Be sure to get your tickets today to ensure you get a seat. Tickets for their show on February 8 in Greenville start at $36.
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