Unlike most musicians who rose to fame in the 1980s, Jon Bon Jovi and his eponymous band Bon Jovi have remained one of the most popular acts on the concert circuit. With a wide and varied array of music in the band’s catalog, Bon Jovi concerts are often high-energy.

In addition to featuring regularly on TicketNews’s exclusive top events rankings, Bon Jovi concerts also rank highly in year-end reports for the concert industry as a whole. The band and its namesake frontman perform live regularly, usually booking and filling arenas and stadiums on lengthy North American tours.

In recent years, Bon Jovi has become increasingly politically active, often performing benefit concerts for social and political causes.

Rocker Jon Bon Jovi will be performing at a fundraiser for Senator Hillary Clinton, soon to be Secretary of State, at Town Hall in New York City on January 15. Tickets are priced from $75-$1,000 for the performance billed as “a final evening in support of Hillary Clinton for... Read more
Billboard declared Bon Jovi the top-grossing tour of the year in the publication’s 2008 Year in Music report. The report, which also tracks top boxscores, new artists, and albums by genre, is based on data compiled by Billboard Boxscore from November 14, 1007, to November 11, 2008. Reporting 99... Read more
Bon Jovi, Roger Waters, Will.I.Am, Anoushka Shankar, Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Preity Zinta, and other well-known Indian artists will perform live at Live Earth India on December 7 in Mumbai, India. Live Earth India spokesperson and actor Amitabh Bachchan will also participate. Online music fans will... Read more
Bon Jovi‘s Lost Highway Tour, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band’s Magic Tour and The Police‘s Reunion Tour are the finalists for Top Tour (highest grossing act) and Top Draw (most ticket sales) in the 2008 Billboard Touring Awards. They might not be the biggest of the year... Read more
New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi will participate in two benefits for the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee, Barack Obama, in Bon Jovi’s home state on September 5. One performance is a regular benefit, but the other will rock Bon Jovi’s personal residence. Read more
Letter to the editor In a New York Post article, it appears as if Ken Sunshine was calling his boss Jon Bon Jovi a “lowlife.” This is the exact word he used to describe scalpers selling tickets to Bon Jovi’s free Central Park concert on eBay. Both Bon Jovi... Read more
Bon Jovi was the top grossing touring draw for the first six months of 2008, generating $56.3 million from 39 shows, according to concert tracker Pollstar. Fellow New Jersey rockers Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band came in second at $40.8 million for 29 shows, followed by Van... Read more
Bon Jovi’s free concert at Central Park’s Great Lawn this Saturday, July 12, will not only not be free to some fans, but having a ticket does not even guarantee admission. Thousands of the 67,500 distributed tickets are being resold on online auction sites. On eBay, there were more... Read more
Rockers Bon Jovi will perform a free concert on the Great Lawn in Central Park in New York City on July 12. Even though singer/songwriter Paul Simon attracted well over 600,000 people to the field back in 1991, only 60,000 tickets will be made available to the public for... Read more
Bon Jovi tickets, as well as Madonna tickets, are on sale throughout the week ending May 24, as compiled by TicketNews. New Jersey natives Bon Jovi have a tour stop in nearby Boston in the onsales for this week. Tickets for the show went on sale yesterday morning, May... Read more