Bounce Tour

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Bounce Tour
Tour by Bon Jovi
Start date December 8, 2002
End date August 8, 2003
Legs 5
Shows 54 in North America
8 in Asia
3 in Australia
18 in Europe
83 in Total
Bon Jovi concert chronology
One Wild Night Tour
(2001)
Bounce Tour
(2002-2003)
Have a Nice Day Tour
(2005-2006)

The Bounce Tour was a worldwide concert tour by American rock band Bon Jovi.

Personnel[edit]

The show[edit]

The set lists greatly varied between concerts, so after each show its set list was posted on the official website. Most concerts began with the song "Bounce" from the album Bounce followed by "You Give Love a Bad Name". "Raise Your Hands" was almost always played as the finalé before any encores. The final concert of the tour at New Jersey's Giants Stadium. The band was known to play extremely long setlists, some of them running nearly three hours, totaling approximately 25 songs, including encores that sometimes had as much as four songs.

Set list[edit]

Like most other Bon Jovi tours, the set list changed on a nightly basis. However, there were many similarities in the set lists from night to night. Several songs from the album Bounce were present, such as "Everyday", "Hook Me Up" and "Misunderstood". They also played many of their 1980s and 1990s hits such as "Livin' on a Prayer", "Bad Medicine", and "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead". The average set list:

  1. Bounce
  2. You Give Love a Bad Name
  3. Wild in the Streets
  4. Livin' on a Prayer
  5. Everyday
  6. Undivided
  7. Runaway
  8. Just Older
  9. Wanted Dead or Alive
  10. The Distance
  11. It's My Life
  12. Misunderstood
  13. Right Side of Wrong
  14. I'll Be There for You
  15. Hook Me Up
  16. Someday I'll Be Saturday Night
  17. Born to Be My Baby
  18. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
  19. Raise Your Hands

Encore:

  1. Blaze of Glory
  2. Captain Crash & The Beauty Queen From Mars
  3. Bad Medicine/Shout

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Australia
December 8, 2002 Melbourne Australia Etihad Stadium
December 11, 2002 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
December 14, 2002 Sydney ANZ Stadium
Asia
January 8, 2003 Sapporo Japan Sapporo Dome
January 11, 2003 Osaka Osaka Dome
January 12, 2003
January 14, 2003 Fukuoka Fukuoka Dome
January 16, 2003 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
January 17, 2003
January 19, 2003 Yokohama Yokohama Stadium
January 21, 2003 Nagoya Nagoya Dome
North America
February 8, 2003 University Park United States Bryce Jordan Center
February 10, 2003 East Rutheford Continental Airlines Arena
February 11, 2003
February 13, 2003 Atlanta Philips Arena
February 14, 2003 Nashville Gaylord Entertainment Center
February 16, 2003 Columbus Nationwide Arena
February 18, 2003 Auburn Hills Palace of Auburn Hills
February 20, 2003 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
February 21, 2003 Montreal Bell Centre
February 23, 2003 Atlantic City United States Boardwalk Hall
February 25, 2003 Saint Paul Xcel Center
February 27, 2003 Milwaukee Bradley Center
March 1, 2003 Chicago United Center
March 3, 2003 Albany Pepsi Arena
March 4, 2003 Boston FleetCenter
March 6, 2003 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
March 7, 2003 Philadelphia First Union Center
March 9, 2003 Washington, D.C. MCI Center
March 12, 2003 Houston Houston Rodeo
March 14, 2003 Sunrise Office Depot Center
March 15, 2003 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum
March 19, 2003 Dallas American Airlines Center
March 21, 2003 Raleigh RBC Center
March 22, 2003 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
March 24, 2003 Pittsburgh Mellon Arena
March 27, 2003 Buffalo HSBC Arena
March 29, 2003 Madison Kohl Center
March 31, 2003 Cleveland Gund Arena
April 3, 2003 Denver Pepsi Center
April 5, 2003 Salt Lake City Delta Center
April 7, 2003 Phoenix America West Arena
April 9, 2003 Los Angeles Staples Center
April 10, 2003 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
April 12, 2003 San Jose Compaq Center
April 14, 2003 Portland Rose Garden
April 15, 2003 Seattle KeyArena
April 17, 2003 Sacrameento ARCO Arena
April 19, 2003 Paradise Mandalay Bay Events Center
Europe
May 20, 2003 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
May 22, 2003 Madrid Estadio La Peineta
May 25, 2003 Erfurt Germany Steigerwaldstadium
May 28, 2003 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
May 30, 2003 Gelsenkirchen Germany Arena Auf Schalke
June 1, 2003 Mannheim Maimarkt-Gelände
June 3, 2003 Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Arena
June 6, 2003 Bremen Germany Weserstadion
June 8, 2003 Ostend Belgium Wellington Race Track
June 11, 2003 Zurich Switzerland Letzigrund
June 13, 2003 Munich Germany Olympic Stadium
June 14, 2003 Imola Italy Heineken Jammin' Festival
June 17, 2003 Kiel Germany Ostee Hall
June 20. 2003 Dublin Ireland Lansdowne Road
June 22, 2003 Glasgow Scotland Ibrox Stadium
June 24, 2003 Wolverhampton England Molineux Stadium
June 26, 2003 Manchester Old Trafford Football Stadium
June 28, 2003 London Hyde Park
North America
July 11, 2003 Tinley Park United States Tweeter Center
July 12, 2003 East Troy Alpine Valley Music Theatre
July 15, 2003 Minneapolis Target Center
July 17, 2003 Toronto Canada Molson Amphitheater
July 19, 2003 Detroit United States Comerica Park
July 22, 2003 Foxborough Gillette Stadium
July 24, 2003 Burgettstown Post-Gazette Pavilion
July 26, 2003 Philadelphia Veterans Stadium
July 27, 2003 Bristow Nissan Pavilion
July 29, 2003 Columbus Germain Amphitheater
July 30, 2003 Noblesville Verizon Wireless Music Center
August 1, 2003 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
August 3, 2003 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
August 4, 2003 Hartford Meadows Music Theater
August 7, 2003 East Rutherford Giants Stadium
August 8, 2003

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Continental Airlines Arena East Rutherford 34,105 / 34,448 [1] $1,893,685
Philips Arena Atlanta 15,781 / 15,781 [2] $823,609
Gaylord Entertainment Center Nashville 13,567 / 13,614 $721,376
Nationwide Arena Columbus 14,700 / 14,700 [3] $771,104
Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills 16,805 / 16,805 $852,827
Bell Centre Montreal 16,227 / 16,227 [3] $922,145
Boardwalk Hall Atlantic City 12,468 / 12,468 [4] $934,280
Xcel Energy Center Saint Paul 14,896 / 14,896 [3] $926,584
Bradley Center Milwaukee 14,522 / 14,522 [3] $797,656
United Center Chicago 15,922 / 15,922 [3] $1,043,258
Pepsi Arena Albany 12,502 / 12,718 [5] $694,280
Fleet Center Boston 14,288 / 14,288 [5] $852,007
First Union Center Philadelphia 15,217 / 15,217 [5] $946,895
American Airlines Center Dallas 13,025 / 13,025 [6] $748,582
Ibrox Stadium Glasgow 36,311 / 36,505 [7] $1,994,254
Molineux Stadium Wolverhampton 34,747 / 35,039 [7] $1,889,971
Old Trafford Manchester 44,426 / 45,500 [7] $2,552,071
Hyde Park London 85,000 / 85,000 [7] $5,050,530
Comerica Park Detroit 32,507 / 40,330 $1,969,069

From the 34 shows reported from Billboard, the Bounce Tour grossed a total of $42,445,388 with a total attendance of 788,607.[8]

References[edit]

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