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2009-10-23

Bon Jovi Announced 2010 North America Tour Dates


Closing in to the release date of their new album "The Circle" New Jersey rock act, Bon Jovi, shares another exciting news to their fans by announcing their upcoming tour schedule. The band stated via their official news letter that they will be staging a North America tour starting next year in support of their upcoming album.

The tour itself is scheduled to kick off on February 19, 2010 at KeyArena, Seattle WA and set to finish on July 30, 2010 at Soldier Field, Chicago IL. Beside the North America leg, Bon Jovi also stated that they will be doing tour to other countries all over the world with the plan to visit 30 countries and perform 135 shows, however the International dates for their tour hasn't been confirmed yet.

According to reports, just as the same as their previous two tours (Have A Nice Day Tour in 2005 & Lost Highway Tour in 2008) the upcoming tour is also being sponsored by AEG Live. Confirming about their decision to sponsored the band's upcoming tour, AEG's President and CEO, Randy Philips stated, "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. 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."

Meanwhile, the band's new album itself is being set to hit the stores on November 10, 2009 and in support of the album's release, earlier this month the band have premiered a music video from the record's first single titled "We Weren't Born To Follow". "The Circle" is the band eleventh studio album until this year, regarding about the meaning of the album's title, previously Bon Jovi stated to the media, "Some may say that with this album we have come full circle. Others may see The Circle as never ending. I see it as very hard to get in to and even harder to get out of. Having had 5 studio records in this decade, there are songs on each record that represent the world around us. And while they don't always like what they see, they try hard not to see the cup as half empty."




written by Dewa Nugraha

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