Bon Jovi Will Tour Australia In December With A Stadium-Size Spectacular
June 18, 2010
Nui Te Koha of Heraldsun.com.au reports: “We’re back on the road, doing it, and all is going well,” frontman Jon Bon Jovi said.
“We built our reputation on being a live band. It took three albums to break and 500 shows to build a foundation around globe.
“Now, we’re on the most upper echelon of what a touring band is.
“We can’t wait to bring that to Australia.”
The amazing numbers and statistics surrounding Bon Jovi’s latest tour, called The Circle, support this.
The show, one of the biggest-ever staged in Australia, will play in stadiums.
A massive stage, with an inner circle for 420 fans, is backed by the world’s largest high definition video screen, 35 metres long.
Promoter Paul Dainty said the tour blows all expectations.
Dainty, who saw the show with 55,000 fans in New Jersey said: “I thought I’d seen it all until I walked into this.
“This is beyond huge, this is amazing. Bon Jovi fans in Australia are in for the night of their lives.”
Bon Jovi will perform at Subiaco Oval, Perth, on December 8; Etihad Stadium, Melbourne, on December 11; Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, on December 14; and Sydney Football Stadium on December 17.
Tickets go on sale on July 8.