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.

Where will Bon Jovi play the last notes on their Lost Highway World Tour? If the New Jersey rockers have their way, it will be in New York’s Central Park and not at Giants Stadium in their home state where the band always ends its tour, according to Jon... Read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BON JOVI THE LOST HIGHWAY ENDS HERE IN NEW YORK * * * FINAL TWO CONCERTS OF LOST HIGHWAY WORLD TOUR ON JULY 14TH & 15TH AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN WITH SPECIAL GUEST ALL AMERICAN REJECTS * * * TICKETS ON SALE MONDAY, APRIL 21ST AT... Read more
Concerts from Bon Jovi and Radiohead top the onsales for the weekend ending April 14, as compiled by TicketNews. Alternative rockers Radiohead have multiple shows on sale beginning Saturday morning for their North American tour, including stops in Hollywood, Toronto, and Ontario. Joining Radiohead with shows going on sale... Read more
Rock stalwarts Bon Jovi and Kid Rock, and Irish phenoms Celtic Woman are among this weekend’s onsales today, Jan. 17, through Jan. 21, as compiled by TicketNews. Joining those musical acts are comedians Katt Williams and Larry the Cable Guy, and the New York Mets, which are preparing for... Read more
By Alfred Branch, Jr. It appears that you can add Bon Jovi to the list of artists scalping tickets to their own shows for hundreds, even thousands, of dollars above face value. The New Jersey-bred band, headed by heartthrob Jon Bon Jovi, is currently on tour supporting its top-selling... Read more
By Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen One of New Jersey’s favorites, Bon Jovi, opened the new Prudential Center in Newark Thursday night, Oct. 25, in what was the first of a 10-show residency. But, a check of the Ticketmaster website today, in addition to published and broadcast reports, showed... Read more
It isn’t exactly correct to say that Bon Jovi will be the first band to perform at Newark’s Prudential Center when the arena opens in October. The group will headline the arena’s inaugural 10-concert run. But the shows will have opening acts, and another Jersey band, My Chemical Romance,... Read more
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi has demanded a New Jersey entrepreneur change the name of an energy drink because it sounds like the singer’s name and might confuse fans. In a letter sent to drink-maker Marcos Carrington, lawyer Peter Laird said the rocker objected to the name “Mijovi” — and... Read more
By Stacey Willets TicketNews announces its exclusive weekly Top 10s and analysis for the week of 6/18/07 – 6/24/07. OVERALL TOP 10 EVENTS Event This Week Last Week Wicked 1 1 Boston Red Sox 2 2 The Police 3 5 2007 Gold Cup Final 4 n/a Jersey Boys 5... Read more
Lost Highway CD Review by Sven Philipp Inspired by the crossover success of “Who Says You Can’t Go Home,” a No. 1 hit at country radio, Bon Jovi gives its open-hearted stadium rock a Nashville makeover. “Lost Highway” is a collection of carefully country-flavored, classic-sounding tunes emphasizing acoustic guitars... Read more