Bon Jovi to tour the UK
The American rock band Bon Jovi comes back to the UK to promote its new album “What about Now”. The tour takes the record's first single's name “Because We Can” and it will take place from 8 June to 5 July.
They may not be living on a prayer and they may not have crazy hair like in the 80s, but the mythical band and its cowboy frontman Jon Bon Jovi keep on rockin' in the free world. And it's been three decades since Bon Jovi was formed. 30 years of incredibly amazing music full of energetic tunes and heart-warming romantic songs.
Because We Can Tour will start in Manchester (Etihad Stadium) on 8 June, then they will move on to Birmingham and play in Villa Park on 9 June. Next, the tour will take them to perform in Cardiff on 12 June, Sunderland on 13 June, Belfast on June 15, Seaclose Park on 16 June, Glasgow in 3 July and finally in London on 5 July.
Classics like “You Give Love a Bad Name”, “It's My Life”, “Keep the Faith”, “I'll Be There for You” , “Bad Medicine” and “Wanted Dead or Alive” are expected to be played during the tour. Fans are also looking forward to see them perform their super hit “Livin' on a Prayer”. Songs from the new album like “Because We Can and “What About Now” are also expected to be part of the setlist.
From what we know, Bon Jovi are incredible live. Something they learnt from the 80s is how to rock on stage. The energy and the emotion make their concerts a night to remember.
The Tour is the fifteenth concert tour by Bon Jovi and it will see the band travel to Wales for the first time since their 2001 One Wild Night Tour. Also, this tour will be the first time in the band's 30 year history that they will be visiting Bulgaria and Poland.