Bon Jovi announces Brazilian tour dates

The group will headline Rock in Rio along with three other shows

Bon Jovi is taking its the 2019 This House Is Not For Sale Tour to Brazil this fall. In addition of the concert in Rio de Janeiro, as headliners in Rock in Rio, the band’s fifth appearance at the festival, they will have three more stops in the country. They will perform in Recife, at Estádio Arruda, on September 22nd; in São Paulo, at Allianz Parque, on September 25th; and in Curitiba, at Pedreira Paulo Leminski, on September 27th. The tour, which started in 2016, has visited the US, Canada, Japan, Australia, Latin America, will play Europe this summer, and will return to Latin America for the second time on this tour.

Backstage with Jon Bon Jovi fan club members will have an exclusive pre-sale on May 14th from 10 am BRT to 10 pm BRT. Backstage with Jon Bon Jovi Fan Club Members that purchase General Admission tickets during the pre-sale will get early entry into the venue. Elo cardholders will have exclusive pre-sale from May 15th-16th, starting on 15th, at 10 am online and noon at the official box office. General public sale begins on May 17th at 10 am online and noon at the official box office. Tickets, which can be purchased in up to six interest free installments for Elo card customers and in four for other cardholders, will be available online and at the official box offices (no convenience fee – TicketFolia inside RioMar Mall, in Recife; Allianz Parque, in São Paulo; and Pedreira Paulo Leminski, in Curitiba).

A Runaway Tours package to São Paulo will also be available for purchase starting on Tuesday, May 14th.

Fans who aren’t members of the Backstage with Jon Bon Jovi fan club can sign up to receive a pre-sale code. Active members can visit “My Account” to find their pre-sale code.

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