Bon Jovi announce tour dates starting in February 2017 in support of new album

Bon Jovi announce tour dates starting in February 2017 in support of new album

bon-jovi-tour-datesMulti-platinum album selling rockers Bon Jovi have announced 20 tour dates starting in February 2017 in support of their new album This House Is Not For Sale, which will now be released on November 4, 2016 rather than October 21, 2016 as first announced.

This House Is For Sale will be the second Bon Jovi album (after 2015’s Burning Bridges) without guitarist Richie Sambora who is off touring on his own with his girlfriend and former Alice Cooper guitarist Orianthi.

Guitarist Phil X has taken Sambora‘s place in Bon Jovi. Wikipedia states the following about Phil X‘s tenure in Bon Jovi (with slight edits): ” In 2011, Phil X substituted for Bon Jovi‘s lead guitarist Richie Sambora, who missed 13 dates after entering rehab, and later filled in for Sambora on the US and Europe leg of the 2013 tour after Sambora dropped out due to personal reasons. In mid-2013, he filled in for Sambora during a number of dates of the Because We Can tour, including their only Italian date in Milan, the entire British leg of the tour including the Isle of Wight Festival and Hyde Park BST dates, the South African leg, the South American leg, and the Australian leg of the tour. In 2016, Phil became an actual member in the band along with bassist Hugh McDonald and will also feature as guitarist for the band on their upcoming “This House Is Not for Sale” single and album of the same name.”

US tour dates announced for 2017:
February 8 – Greenville, South Carolina – Bon Secours Wellness Arena
February 10 – Atlanta, Georgia – Philips Arena
bon-jovi-album-coverFebruary 12 – Sunrise, Florida – BB&T Center
February 14 – Tampa, Florida – Amalie Arena
February 16 – Birmingham, Alabama – BJCC
February 18 – Nashville, Tennesse – Bridgestone Arena
February 19 – St. Louis, Missouri – Scottrade Center
February 21 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Chesapeake Energy Center
February 23 – Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center
February 25 – Las Vegas, Nevada – T-Mobile Arena
February 28 – Sacramento, California – Golden 1 Center
March 1 – San Jose, California – SAP Center
March 4 – Phoenix, Arizona – Talking Stick Resort Arena
March 5 – San Diego, California – Viejas Arena
March 8 – Los Angeles, California – The Forum
March 14 – Denver, Colorado – Pepsi Center
March 16 – Memphis, Tennesse – FedExForum
March 18 – Columbus, Ohio – Nationwide Arena
March 19 – Cleveland, Ohio – Quicken Loans Arena
March 22 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Bankers Life Fieldhouse

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