Public on sale starts March 6th at Live Nation
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Bon Jovi has broken every touring record imaginable, topped every chart, and received every accolade, and now has their sights set on kicking off 2020 with new music and touring. The Grammy Award winning band has announced that its Bon Jovi 2020 Tour, presented by Live Nation, will visit Montreal’s Bell Centre on Saturday, July 11th with Montreal native, Sam Roberts opening the show.
Also, due to overwhelming demand for tickets, the group has added a second and final Boston show to the trek. The Grammy Award-winning band has also announced that, in addition to their sold out Thursday, July 16th concert at TD Garden, they will also perform on Friday, July 17th. Both TD Garden concerts will feature Bryan Adams.
Recently named by Pollstar as one of the top touring bands of all time with nearly ten million tickets sold in just the last decade alone, the magazine said, “One can count on one hand the number of rock bands that broke out in the 1980s that are still successfully touring today, but doing so with fresh, new music that retains the authenticity that is at the heart of the best in rock ‘n’ roll.”
Each ticket purchased online comes with a CD copy of Bon Jovi’s upcoming album, Bon Jovi 2020, set for release May 15th on Island Records.
Bon Jovi fan club members and American Express Card Members can purchase tickets to both shows prior to the general public beginning Monday, March 2nd at 10 am through Thursday, March 5th at 10 pm. The Live Nation pre-sale runs on Thursday, March 5th at 10 am through 10 pm. Tickets go on sale to the general public starting Friday, March 6th at 10 am at LiveNation.com.
A limited number of LaneOne Premium Packages will also be available beginning Monday, March 2nd at 10 am, including amazing seats, transportation, preferred entrance, pre-show hospitality, commemorative laminate and more.
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