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Bon Jovi 2011 Dates

10:01 AM Wednesday 10/27/10 | |

There’s no stopping Bon Jovi as the band rocks into 2011 with plenty of dates in North America and Europe.

  • Bon Jovi

    Soldier Field. Chicago, Ill.
    July 31, 2010

    (Bobby Talamine / SkipTheDial.com)

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Already a top contender for selling the most ducats in 2010, Bon Jovi begins its 2011 run in University Park, Pa., at the Bryce Jordan Center Feb. 9. Other North American dates include Pittsburgh at Consol Energy Center Feb. 11; Toronto at Air Canada Centre Feb. 14; Montreal at Bell Centre Feb. 18 and Raleigh, N.C., at RBC Center Feb. 21.

But the fun doesn’t stop there. Two NYC Madison Square Garden shows are on the books – Feb. 24-25 plus one nighters in Boston, Philadelphia, Uncasville, Chicago, San Antonio, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and Vancouver.

Europe begins in Zagreb, Croatia, at Maximir Stadium June 8 followed by Dresden at Ostragehege June 10 and Munich at Olympiastadion June 12. Expect the band to land in Norway, Finland, Denmark, United Kingdom, Turkey, Romania, Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Austria, Belgium, Spain and Portugal.

Bon Jovi is also appearing at the annual “Hard Rock Calling” festival in London’s Hyde Park June 25.

The band has a Greatest Hits CD landing in stores Nov. 9 that also features four new tracks – “The More Things Change,” “No Apologies,” “This Is Love, This Is Life” and “What Do You Got!”

For more information, including fanclub presales and V.I.P. packages, click here for Bon Jovi’s website.


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