Bon Jovi Welcomes Fans Into The Circle With 2010-2011 World Tour
BON JOVI WELCOMES FANS INTO THE CIRCLE WITH 2010-2011 WORLD TOUR
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North American Tour Announced at Bon Jovi’s Exclusive New Meadowlands Stadium Performance
East Rutherford, NJ – October 22, 2009 – With New Jersey’s New Meadowlands Stadium as their backdrop, GRAMMY Award-winning hometown heroes Bon Jovi performed at a concert and media event today that announced “The Circle World Tour.” The band is preparing to spend nearly two years spanning the globe, including the kickoff event of New Meadowlands Stadium, scheduled for May 26th and 27th, 2010.
The New Meadowlands concerts will go on sale beginning at 10am on Saturday, October 31st, while additional tour dates go on sale beginning November 9th.
The band’s Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, David Bryan and Tico Torres performed an exclusive set for a select group of 5,000 lucky contest winners, fan club members, and on-site construction workers currently at work building the New Meadowlands Stadium. Bon Jovi was also joined by New York Jets Chairman & CEO Woody Johnson, New York Giants President & CEO, John Mara, as well as President & CEO of the New Meadowlands Stadium Company, Mark Lamping. New York’s powerhouse radio station WPLJ DJ, Race Taylor, served as emcee. Live footage of the event is available at www.BonJovi.com.
Beginning with the band’s North American tour launch on February 19th, 2010 in Seattle, WA, Bon Jovi will spend much of the next two years on the road, performing 135 shows in 30 countries. Following in the footsteps of their hugely successful “Lost Highway Tour, Bon Jovi will draw fans around the world into The Circle, with a residency at London’s O2 Arena in June 2010 before returning to America in the fall for an additional nationwide leg, and further dates well into 2011.
"It is often said that the third time is a charm, and in the case of the Bon Jovi/AEG Live relationship, this axiom certainly holds,” said Randy Phillips, President and CEO of AEG Live. “AEG Live has been honored to serve as the band's worldwide tour promoters, from the 2005 'Have A Nice Day' tour to the highest grossing tour of 2008, 'Lost Highway,' to the upcoming 'The Circle World Tour' in 2010. Bon Jovi is one of the most prolific and exciting live rock bands in the world."
Having sold more than 120 million albums and performed more than 2,600 concerts in over 50 countries for more than 34 million fans, Bon Jovi is at their best when they’re on the move, and that’s truer now than ever before. The November 10th, 2009 release of Bon Jovi’s new album, The Circle, and the band’s subsequent world tour, provides a powerful reassertion of Bon Jovi’s commitment to the hard-hitting rock & roll that has been the band’s indelible signature since it began more than 26 years ago.
Bon Jovi’s 2010 “The Circle World Tour” North American Itinerary
|February 19||Seattle, WA Key Arena|
|February 22||San Jose, CA HP Pavilion|
|February 24||Phoenix, AZ Jobing.com Arena|
|February 26||Anaheim, CA Honda Center|
|March 2||Sacramento, CA ARCO Arena|
|March 4||Los Angeles, CA STAPLES Center|
|March 6||Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena|
|March 8||Denver, CO Pepsi Center|
|March 9||Omaha, NE Qwest Center|
|March 11||Wichita, KS INTRUST Bank Arena|
|March 13||Fargo, ND Fargodome|
|March 15||Kansas City, MO Sprint Center|
|March 17||Detroit, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills|
|March 19 and 20||Montreal, QC Bell Centre|
|March 23 and 24||Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center|
|March 29||Washington, D.C. Verizon Center|
|April 7||St. Paul, MN Xcel Center|
|April 10||Dallas, TX American Airlines Center|
|April 13||Tulsa, OK BOK Center|
|April 15||Atlanta, GA Philips Arena|
|April 17||Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum|
|April 18||Ft. Lauderdale, FL BankAtlantic Center|
|April 21||Nashville, TN Sommet Center|
|April 22||Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena|
|May 26 and 27||East Rutherford, NJ New Meadowlands Stadium|
|July 15||Edmonton, AB Commonwealth Stadium|
|July 17||Winnipeg, MB Canad Inns Stadium|
|July 20||Toronto, ON Rogers Centre|
|July 24||Foxboro, MA Gillette Stadium|
|July 28||Regina, SK Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field|
|July 30||Chicago, IL Soldier Field|