Thursday, February 3, 2011

Bon Jovi adds dates to tour, St. Louis is on list

Due to overwhelming popular demand, Bon Jovi has just added another leg to their 2011 Tour, with newly scheduled concerts in Montreal, Atlanta, Orlando, Houston, Memphis, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Columbus, and more (full itinerary below). Tickets for select dates will go on sale beginning Friday, February 11th.

The 2011 tour is set to kick off on February 9th
at Bryce Jordan Center in State College, PA and once again Bon Jovi will utilize the latest in web-based video technology to engage their fans worldwide, as a portion of the show will be broadcast LIVE via a free webcast. Cutting-edge digital video company News Distribution Network (NDN) will deliver the video to hundreds of the world’s top online media websites; and Ustream, the leader in live video will provide additional viewing opportunities.

NDN will stream the live concert to their publisher sites, which includes newspaper websites, online media outlets and radio websites, as Bon Jovi opens the digital doors to their State College performance on Wednesday, February 9th starting at 7:30 pm EST / 6:30 pm CST / 5:30 pm MST / 4:30 pm PST. Fans worldwide can tune in and rock out along with the group on the campus of Penn State University. To watch the band rock the Bryce Jordan Center LIVE, click <> , <> ,, or Viewers can also see the webcast by logging on to the websites of top national newspapers such as San Francisco Chronicle, Houston Chronicle, Chicago Sun-Times, New Jersey Star-Ledger, Boston Herald, New York Daily News, Atlanta Journal-Constitution and many more.

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, an honor achieved for the second time in just three years. The band will perform concerts in the U.S., Canada and throughout Europe, presented by AEG Live. Globally, the Grammy® Award-winning band has sold more than 125 million albums, and performed more than 2,700 concerts in over 50 countries for more than 35 million fans.  Bon Jovi Greatest Hits (Island Def Jam Music Group) debuted at #1 around the world in November, with the band’s three-decade-spanning retrospective charting higher and selling more copies in its first week than their 1994 Cross Road release, which has sold more than 21 million copies to date.   Previously, the band’s “Lost Highway Tour” was named the #1 tour of 2008. Nearing three decades of an incredible career, Bon Jovi shows no sign of slowing down.

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Bon Jovi 2011 North American Tour Itinerary

February 9                     University Park, PA       Bryce Jordan Center                
February 11                   Pittsburgh, PA               Consol Energy Center  
February 12                   Pittsburgh, PA               Consol Energy Center  
February 14                   Toronto, ON                  Air Canada Centre                   
February 15                   Toronto, ON                  Air Canada Centre                   
February 18                   Montreal, QB                 Bell Centre
February 19                   Montreal, QB                 Bell Centre
February 21
                  Raleigh, NC                  RBC Center                            
February 24                   New York, NY               Madison Square Garden           
February 25                   New York, NY               Madison Square Garden           
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 5                        New York, NY               Madison Square Garden                       
March 8                        Chicago, IL                   United Center
March 9                        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                       Vancouver, BC              Rogers Arena                          
March 26                       Vancouver, BC              Rogers Arena
May 3                           Ottawa, ON                   Scotiabank Place
– Just Added
May 4                           Montreal, QB                 Bell Centre – Just Added        
May 7                           Uncasville, CT              Mohegan Sun – Just Added     
May 10                         Columbus, OH              Nationwide Arena – Just Added
May 12                         Des Moines, IA             Wells Fargo Arena – Just Added
May 14                         Atlanta, GA                   Philips Arena – Just Added     
May 15                         Orlando, FL                   Amway Center – Just Added
May 17                         Houston, TX                  Toyota Center – Just Added    
May 19                         Memphis, TN                FedEx Forum – Just Added                 
May 21                         Milwaukee, WI               Bradley Center – Just Added   
May 22                         St. Louis, MO                Scottrade Center – Just Added

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