This House Is Not for Sale Tour

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
This House Is Not for Sale Tour
Tour by Bon Jovi
This House Is Not for Sale Tour.jpg
LocationNorth America, South America, Asia, Oceania, Europe
Associated albumThis House Is Not for Sale
Start dateFebruary 8, 2017
End dateOctober 2, 2019
Legs6
No. of shows58 in North America
20 in Europe
10 in South America
4 in Oceania
3 in Asia
95 in Total
Bon Jovi concert chronology

The This House Is Not for Sale Tour is a concert tour by American rock band Bon Jovi in support of their album This House Is Not for Sale.[1] The tour marked the first time that Phil X and Hugh McDonald became official members of the band.

Background[edit]

In March 2016, during a solo concert in Nashville, Jon Bon Jovi confirmed that the band will probably embark on tour in February 2017. depending on everybody's health and well-being.[2] During the interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on October 5, 2016, Jon officially announced that band will embark on tour on February 8, 2017 with concert in Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville. All the guests in the audience received tickets for band's concert at The Forum in Inglewood. Ticket presales began on October 10, 2016 and everyone who purchased a ticket received a physical copy of the album This House Is Not for Sale (2016) at the time of its release.[3]

Rehearsals for "This House Is Not for Sale" were done in Connecticut and band rehearsed around 90 songs for the tour. The band is planning to mix songs from This House Is Not for Sale with songs from other albums, including the compilation album Burning Bridges (2015). The band is also planning to perform songs from Jon Bon Jovi's solo album Blaze of Glory (1990). Performances on this are more focused on music and very little on video screens. Band this time is using 360 degree stage. Tico Torres explained: "It looks like we're doing a lot more stuff in the round to have some people around us as well, which I think we always loved ... to have actual fans behind you as you're playing, and it's quite simple and it's movable," he said. "There's a lot of motion that goes with the songs. ... We're rehearsing it now and trying to get used to it. When you're onstage, you see it a little differently than when you're in the audience". This is the first Bon Jovi tour that marks bassist Hugh McDonald and guitarist Phil X as official band members. John Shanks, band's producer, joined on guitar on this tour along with Everett Bradley on percussion.[4]

On February 25, 2017, during the performance of the song "I Got the Girl", Jon Bon Jovi's daughter, Stephanie, came on stage and they both danced to that song.[5][6] Show in Pepsi Center in Denver on March 14, 2017 has been rescheduled for April 14, 2017 due the scheduling conflict.[7] On March 18, 2017, the day Chuck Berry died, Bon Jovi paid tribute to him by playing Johnny B. Goode.[8] On March 31, 2017. there was a rain during the Bon Jovi concert in Philadelphia and the next day Jon Bon Jovi got a cold. He was battling a cold for the next four days. During the performance on April 5, 2017, in Pittsburgh, Jon was still battling a sore throat because of the cold, but he insisted that the band played the concert that night. Right before the performance of the song Born to Be My Baby, Jon told the audience that he can't sing anymore and called out a fan to sing the song instead of him. After that, the band finished the show with an audience sing-along on Livin' on a Prayer. After the concert, Jon Bon Jovi's brother, Matthew Bongiovi and many fans praised Jon's effort and working ethic via Twitter.[9] Jon was diagnosed with a bronchitis and based on his doctor's recommendations, band rescheduled their shows in Madison Square Garden for April 7 and April 8, 2017 to April 13 and April 15, 2017.[10]¸ Even though it wasn't officially confirmed by the band, rescheduled show in Pepsi Center in Denver for April 14, 2017 was also cancelled due to Jon's bronchitis.[11]

Opening Act Contest[edit]

The band held a contest to choose opening acts for their concerts in North America. Artists uploaded videos of themselves performing their own music and concert promoter Live Nation selected ten finalists. Bon Jovi management then picked winners from the finalists to perform twenty-minute sets.[12] Winners of the first round were Michael Tracy for the concert in Grenville on February 8, Maradeen for the concert in Atlanta on February 10, Yardij for the concert in Sunrise on February 12, Hannah Jae for the concert in Tampa on February 14, Sweet Tea Trio for the concert in Birmingham on February 16, Jake Johnson for the concert in Nashville on February 18 and The Former Me for the concert in St. Louis on February 19, 2017.[13] Winners of the second round were Taddy Porter for the concert in Oklahoma City on February 21, Blacktop Mojo for the concert in Dallas on February 23, Daring Greatly for the concert in Las Vegas on February 25, Natalie Gelman for the concert in Sacramento on February 28, 2017.[14]

Winners of the third round were Thadeus Gonzales for the concert in San Jose on March 1, Luxxe for the concert in Phoenix on March 4, De La Torre for the concert in San Diego on March 5, Stellar Revival for the concert in Inglewood on March 8, 2017.[15] Winners of the fourth round were Cusses for the concert in Memphis on March 16, Liberty Deep Down for the concert in Columbus on March 18, The Ohio Weather Band for the concert in Cleveland on March 19, Shiny Penny for the concert in Indianapolis on March 22 and The Patti Fiasco for the concert in Denver on April 14, 2017.[16] Winners of the fifth round were 35th & Taylor for the concert in Chicago on March 26, Step Rockets for the concert in Saint Paul, Iamdynamite for the concert in Detroit on March 29, Mach22 for the concert in Philadelphia on March 31, Analog Heart for the concert in Uncasville on April 1, 2017.[17] Winners of the sixth round were Interlochen Singer-Songwriters for the concert in Pittsburgh on April 5, Oak & Ash for the concert in New York City on April 7, Dylan Rockoff also for the concert in New York on April 8, Beth Thornton for the concert in Toronto on April 10 and Cannons also for the concert in Toronto on April 11, 2017.[18]

Opening Acts[edit]

  • Michael Tracy (February 8, 2017)[13]
  • Maradeen (February 10, 2017)[13]
  • Yardij (February 12, 2017)[13]
  • Hannah Jae (February 14, 2017)[13]
  • Sweet Tea Trio (February 16, 2017)[13]
  • Jake Johnson (February 18, 2017)[13]
  • The Former Me (February 19, 2017)[13]
  • Taddy Porter (February 21, 2017)[13]
  • Blacktop Mojo (February 23, 2017)[13]
  • Daring Greatly (February 25, 2017)[13]
  • Natalie Gelman (February 28, 2017)[13]
  • Thadeus Gonzalez (March 1, 2017)[13]
  • Luxxe (March 4, 2017)[13]
  • De La Torre (March 5, 2017)[13]
  • Stellar Revival (March 8, 2017)[13]
  • Cusses (March 16, 2017)[13]
  • Liberty Deep Down (March 18, 2017)[13]
  • The Ohio Weather Band (March 19, 2017)[13]
  • Shiny Penny (March 22, 2017)[13]
  • 35th & Taylor (March 26, 2017)[13]
  • Step Rockets (March 27, 2017)[13]
  • Iamdynamite (March 29, 2017)[13]
  • Mach22 (March 31, 2017)[13]
  • Analog Heart (April 1, 2017)[13]
  • Interlochen Singer-Songwriters (April 5, 2017)[13]
  • Beth Thornton (April 10, 2017)[13]
  • Cannons (April 11, 2017)[13]
  • Oak & Ash (April 13, 2017)[13]
  • Dylan Rockoff (April 15, 2017)[13]
  • Temple Agents (September 14, 2017)[13]
  • Airbag (September 16, 2017)[13]
  • The Patti Fiasco (March 14, 2018)[13]
  • Hold On Hollywood (March 23, 2018)[13]
  • Tempt (May 10, 2018)[13]
  • Goodnight, Sunrise (May 12, 2018)[13]

Live recordings[edit]

Every show from the North American leg of the tour was recorded and offered as a digital download. Live recordings could be downloaded from band's official store as MP3 files, high resolution FLAC files or could be purchased as an exclusive USB bracelet. Also, USB bracelets were offered on every North American show. All the live recordings were available two or three days after the concerts.[19]

Critical and commercial reception[edit]

Donna Isbell Walker from The Greenville News said about first show in Greenville that "In the song [Livin' on a Prayer], Tommy and Gina have each other “and that’s a lot.” Bon Jovi and the audience made it clear that they have each other too, and on Wednesday, it seemed like more than a lot".[20] Melissa Ruggieri from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution said that "While this isn’t Bon Jovi’s flashiest tour, it solidifies their standing as one of rock’s most resilient acts".[21] Jay Cridlin from Tampa Bay Times said about concert in Tampa Bay that "After more than three decades, Bon Jovi still knows how to make a Florida crowd feel special. Only one fan walked away with a Valentine’s Day kiss. But everyone else felt the love."[22] Cindy Watts form The Tennessean said for concert in Bridgestone Arena in Nashville that "there was also a finely-honed, record-setting rock band that proved its music, just like its singer, is ageless".[23] Kevin C. Johnson from St. Louis Post-Dispatch said about concert in St. Louis's Scottrade Center that "Bon Jovi’s not missing a beat; it’s still Bon Jovi as you know it...You know what you’re getting with Bon Jovi. There’s nothing revolutionary here, but it’s the uncomplicated feel of it all that’s so appealing, even to this day".[24] Markos Papadatos from Digital Journal for concert on April 13, 2017. said that "Bon Jovi's live show at Madison Square Garden garnered an A rating".[25] For the same concert, Jay Lustig from Asbury Park Press said that "Bon Jovi’s muscles may ache but he still, at 55, has an athletic, energetic stage presence. His voice may have lost a bit of its power, but the band covers for that effectively by making virtually every chorus a group effort".[26] Chris Jordan, also from Asbury Park Press, said that Bon Jovi "delivered — a Garden party, with memories of the past and eyes on the future."[27]

Bon Jovi broke the attendance record in Nashville's Bridgestone with 18,514 fans attending the concert.[28] Arena Tour grossed $31.2 million in revenue from North American concerts occurred during the first quarter of 2017. Band sold total of 359,055 tickets from 23 arena performances during a seven-week time period beginning with the February 8th opener through the end of March. Even though North American leg of the tour continued after March 31 with six more performances through April 15, sales from those shows have not yet been reported by promoter Live Nation, but is estimating that ticket sales will take the overall gross to about $40 million at this point from almost a half-million sold tickets.[29]

Set list[edit]

This set list is from the March 4, 2017, concert in Phoenix. It is not intended to represent all concerts for the tour.[30]

  1. "This House Is Not for Sale"
  2. "Knockout"
  3. "You Give Love a Bad Name"
  4. "Lost Highway"
  5. "Whole Lot of Leavin'"
  6. "We Weren't Born to Follow"
  7. "Roller Coaster"
  8. "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"
  9. "We Got It Going On"
  10. "Who Says You Can't Go Home"
  11. "It's My Life"
  12. "We Don't Run"
  13. "God Bless This Mess"
  14. "Scars on This Guitar"
  15. "The Devil's in the Temple"
  16. "Lay Your Hands on Me"
  17. "Born to Be My Baby"
  18. "Have a Nice Day"
  19. "Bad Medicine"
  20. "Keep the Faith"
Encore
  1. "Because We Can"
  2. "Blood on Blood"
  3. "Wanted Dead or Alive"
  4. "Livin' on a Prayer"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Support Attendance Box Office
North America[31][32][33]
February 8, 2017 Greenville United States Bon Secours Wellness Arena N/A 14,474 / 14,564 $1,614,852
February 10, 2017 Atlanta Philips Arena 16,308 / 16,665 $1,396,007
February 12, 2017 Sunrise BB&T Center 16,576 / 16,882 $1,640,789
February 14, 2017 Tampa Amalie Arena 16,568 / 16,883 $1,470,866
February 16, 2017 Birmingham Legacy Arena 13,743 / 14,128 $1,010,332
February 18, 2017 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 18,514 / 18,514 $1,767,100
February 19, 2017 St. Louis Scottrade Center 17,098 / 17,549 $1,181,078
February 21, 2017 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena 13,262 / 13,454 $913,200
February 23, 2017 Dallas American Airlines Center 16,246 / 16,978 $1,662,400
February 25, 2017 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 17,518 / 17,518 $2,273,877
February 28, 2017 Sacramento Golden 1 Center 15,950 / 16,318 $1,322,335
March 1, 2017 San Jose SAP Center 15,320 / 15,580 $1,198,309
March 4, 2017 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 16,097 / 16,097 $1,342,678
March 5, 2017 San Diego Viejas Arena 11,153 / 11,875 $1,190,868
March 8, 2017 Inglewood The Forum 16,601 / 16,811 $1,473,888
March 16, 2017 Memphis FedExForum 14,986 / 15,229 $964,562
March 18, 2017 Columbus Nationwide Arena 17,914 / 18,293 $1,535,846
March 19, 2017 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 14,081 / 14,633 $1,804,138
March 22, 2017 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 15,009 / 15,710 $1,089,074
March 26, 2017 Chicago United Center 18,429 / 18,718 $1,543,878
March 27, 2017 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 17,234 / 17,870 $1,570,440
March 29, 2017 Detroit Joe Louis Arena 16,001 / 16,385 $1,244,404
March 31, 2017 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 18,973 / 19,146 $1,709,522
April 1, 2017 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 8,602 / 8,602 $1,491,610
April 5, 2017[a] Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 15,619 / 15,780 $1,146,979
April 10, 2017 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 33,359 / 33,359 $2,553,880
April 11, 2017
April 13, 2017[b] New York City United States Madison Square Garden 37,573 / 37,573 $4,942,783
April 15, 2017[b]
August 18, 2017 Endicott En-Joie Golf Course N/A N/A
South America
September 14, 2017 Santiago Chile Estadio Monumental David Arellano The Kills
September 16, 2017 Buenos Aires Argentina José Amalfitani Stadium Airbag
September 19, 2017 Porto Alegre Brazil Estádio Beira-Rio The Kills 47,850 / 48,285 $5,820,640
September 22, 2017[c] Rio de Janeiro Barra Olympic Park N/A N/A N/A
September 23, 2017[d] São Paulo Allianz Parque N/A N/A N/A
North America
March 14, 2018[e] Denver United States Pepsi Center N/A 12,683 / 16,229 $914,977
March 16, 2018 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena 11,093 / 12,351 $1,077,603
March 17, 2018 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 15,033 / 15,033 $1,350,311
March 20, 2018 North Little Rock Verizon Arena 10,728 / 13,377 $537,994
March 22, 2018 San Antonio AT&T Center 14,306 / 15,797 $1,332,901
March 23, 2018 Houston Toyota Center 13,629 / 14,372 $1,299,066
March 25, 2018 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 11,040 / 14,623 $1,072,066
March 26, 2018 Dallas American Airlines Center 14,743 / 17,692 $1,123,118
April 2, 2018 Boston TD Garden
April 7, 2018 Newark Prudential Center 26,315 / 26,315 $3,077,212
April 8, 2018
April 18, 2018 Orlando Amway Center
April 20, 2018 Atlanta Philips Arena 12,667 / 12,667 $1,205,207
April 21, 2018 Charlotte Spectrum Center
April 24, 2018 Raleigh PNC Arena
April 26, 2018 Chicago United Center
April 28, 2018 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
April 29, 2018 Milwaukee BMO Harris Bradley Center
May 2, 2018 Allentown PPL Center
May 3, 2018 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 16,109 / 16,109
May 5, 2018 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
May 7, 2018 Ottawa Canada Canadian Tire Centre
May 9, 2018 New York City United States Madison Square Garden 33,152 / 33,152 $3,866,300
May 10, 2018
May 12, 2018 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 17,721 / 17,721 $1,818,210
May 14, 2018 Washington, D.C. United States Capital One Arena 16,237 / 16,503 $1,612,555
May 17, 2018 Montreal Canada Bell Centre 34,949 / 34,949 $3,194,750
May 18, 2018
Asia
November 26, 2018 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome N/A 40,000 / 40,000
November 27, 2018 Osaka Kyocera Dome Osaka
Oceania
December 1, 2018 Melbourne Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground Birds of Tokyo 64,314 / 64,314
December 4, 2018 Adelaide Adelaide Botanic Park 16,623 / 16,623
December 6, 2018 Brisbane Suncorp Stadium 42,316 / 42,316 [39]
December 8, 2018 Sydney ANZ Stadium 74,451 / 74,451
Europe
May 31, 2019 Moscow Russia Luzhniki Stadium N/A
June 2, 2019 Tallinn Estonia Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
June 5, 2019 Stockholm Sweden Tele2 Arena Blackberry Smoke
June 8, 2019 Stavanger Norway Viking Stadion N/A
June 11, 2019 Sønderborg Denmark Slagmarken Def Leppard
June 13, 2019 Nijmegen Netherlands Goffertpark Kensington/Navarone
June 15, 2019 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena Manic Street Preachers
June 16, 2019
June 19, 2019 Liverpool England Anfield
June 21, 2019 London Wembley Stadium
June 23, 2019 Coventry Ricoh Arena
July 3, 2019 Düsseldorf Germany Merkur Spiel-Arena Def Leppard
July 5, 2019 Munich Olympiastadion
July 7, 2019 Madrid Spain Wanda Metropolitano N/A
July 10, 2019 Zürich Switzerland Letzigrund
July 12, 2019 Warsaw Poland PGE Narodowy
July 14, 2019[f] Werchter Belgium Werchter Festival Grounds
July 17, 2019 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
July 19, 2019 Klagenfurt Wörthersee Stadion
July 21, 2019 Bucharest Romania Piața Constituției
Asia
July 25, 2019 Tel Aviv Israel Yarkon Park
South America
September 22, 2019 Recife Brazil Estádio do Arruda Goo Goo Dolls
September 25, 2019 São Paulo Allianz Parque
September 27, 2019 Curitiba Pedreira Paulo Leminski
September 29, 2019[g] Rio de Janeiro Barra Olympic Park
October 2, 2019 Lima Peru Estadio Nacional del Perú
Total 471,639 / 502,588
(94%)
$43,229,356

Personnel[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The concert of April 5, 2017 in Pittsburgh at the PPG Paints Arena was shortened due to lead singer Jon Bon Jovi having a sore throat.[34]
  2. ^ a b The concerts of April 13 and 15, 2017 were originally scheduled to take place on April 7 and 8, 2017, but was rescheduled due to Bon Jovi contracting bronchitis.[35]
  3. ^ The September 22, 2017 concert in Rio de Janeiro was part of Rock in Rio.
  4. ^ The September 23, 2017 concert in São Paulo was part of the São Paulo Trip.
  5. ^ The concert of March 14, 2018 in Denver at the Pepsi Center was originally scheduled to take place on March 14, 2017, but was again rescheduled on April 14, 2017.[36][37][38]
  6. ^ The July 14, 2019 concert in Rio de Janeiro was part of TW Classic.
  7. ^ The September 29, 2019 concert in Rio de Janeiro was part of Rock in Rio.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bon Jovi's This House Is Not For Sale Tour To Launch February 2017 – BonJovi.com". www.bonjovi.com. Retrieved 2017-03-09.
  2. ^ "Bon Jovi delays 'This House Is Not for Sale'; reportedly returns to UMG". MusicUniverse. 2016-04-08. Retrieved 2017-05-12.
  3. ^ "Bon Jovi Talks 'Tumultuous' 3 Years, Announces Tour on Ellen". Billboard. 2016-10-05. Retrieved 2017-05-12.
  4. ^ "Bon Jovi Discuss Prepping for Upcoming Tour". Billboard. 2017-01-20. Retrieved 2017-05-21.
  5. ^ https://bjtours.jimdo.com/let-s-go-on-tour/2016-18-this-house-is-not-for-sale/10-2017-02-25-t-mobile-arena-las-vegas-nevada-usa/
  6. ^ "Jon Bon Jovi's daughter surprises concert audience with onstage dance". Today. 2017-03-02. Retrieved 2017-05-23.
  7. ^ "Bon Jovi's March Pepsi Center concert has been rescheduled". The Denver Post. 2017-02-24. Retrieved 2017-06-22.
  8. ^ "Watch Bon Jovi Pay Tribute to Chuck Berry at Ohio Concert". Billboard. 2017-03-19. Retrieved 2017-05-24.
  9. ^ "Bon Jovi Powers Through Shortened Pittsburgh Performance While Battling Sore Throat". Billboard. 2017-05-22. Retrieved 2017-05-22.
  10. ^ "Bon Jovi postpones weekend shows due to bronchitis". USA Today. 2017-04-07. Retrieved 2017-06-22.
  11. ^ "Bon Jovi canceled, but Fort Collins opener the Patti Fiasco plays on". The Denver Post. 2017-04-07. Retrieved 2017-06-22.
  12. ^ "Bon Jovi Announces Contest to Pick Opening Act". Billboard. 2017-01-10. Retrieved 2017-05-20.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj "Opening Act Contest First Round Winners Announced". Bon Jovi. 2017-01-31. Retrieved 2017-07-13.
  14. ^ "Second Round Opening Act Winners". Bon Jovi. 2017-02-09. Retrieved 2017-07-13.
  15. ^ "Third Round Opening Act Winners". Bon Jovi. 2017-02-15. Retrieved 2017-07-13.
  16. ^ "Fourth Round Opening Act Winners". Bon Jovi. 2017-03-02. Retrieved 2017-07-13.
  17. ^ "Fifth Round Opening Act Winners". Bon Jovi. 2017-03-15. Retrieved 2017-07-13.
  18. ^ "Sixth Round Opening Act Winners". Bon Jovi. 2017-04-05. Retrieved 2017-07-13.
  19. ^ "Take the Show Home With You – Download the Audio Files!". bonjovi.com. 2017-02-09. Retrieved 2017-05-20.
  20. ^ "Review: Bon Jovi brings rock, introspection". The Greenville News. 2017-02-09. Retrieved 2017-06-22.
  21. ^ "Concert review: Bon Jovi proves resiliency on 'This House is Not for Sale' tour". The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 2017-02-09. Retrieved 2017-06-22.
  22. ^ "Review: Bon Jovi, older and wiser, shows Tampa's Amalie Arena lots of Valentine's Day love". Tampa Bay Times. 2017-02-14. Retrieved 2017-06-22.
  23. ^ "Bon Jovi brings hits, sets attendance record at Bridgestone Arena". The Tennessean. 2017-02-19. Retrieved 2017-06-22.
  24. ^ "Bon Jovi doesn't miss a beat at packed Scottrade Center show". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 2017-02-20. Retrieved 2017-06-22.
  25. ^ "Review: Bon Jovi puts on badass live concert at Madison Square Garden". Digital Journal. 2017-04-14. Retrieved 2017-06-23.
  26. ^ "Review: Bon Jovi at Madison Square Garden". Asbury Park Press. 2017-04-14. Retrieved 2017-06-23.
  27. ^ "REVIEW: Bon Jovi's Garden party in New York City". Asbury Park Press. 2017-04-14. Retrieved 2017-06-23.
  28. ^ "Bon Jovi Breaks Attendance Record at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena". Billboard. 2017-02-19. Retrieved 2017-05-20.
  29. ^ "Bon Jovi Leads Hot Tours Tally With $31M Earned (And Counting) From Latest Trek". Billboard. 2017-05-04. Retrieved 2017-05-20.
  30. ^ Masley, Ed (March 6, 2017). "Review: Jon Bon Jovi led his bandmates, sold-out crowd in a night of reflection and hits (mostly hits)". AZ Central. Retrieved January 18, 2018.
  31. ^ "Billboard Boxscore :: Current Scores". Billboard. May 2, 2017. Retrieved May 2, 2017.
  32. ^ "Billboard Boxscore :: Current Scores". Billboard. August 29, 2017. Retrieved August 29, 2017.
  33. ^ "Billboard Boxscore :: Current Scores". Billboard. September 6, 2017. Retrieved September 6, 2017.
  34. ^ "Bon Jovi Powers Through Shortened Pittsburgh Performance While Battling Sore Throat". Billboard. April 6, 2017. Retrieved January 18, 2018.
  35. ^ "Bon Jovi Postpones Madison Square Garden Tour Stops: Exclusive". Billboard. April 6, 2017. Retrieved January 18, 2018.
  36. ^ "Denver Show Rescheduled to Friday, April 14". bonjovi.com. February 24, 2017. Retrieved January 18, 2018.
  37. ^ Coloradoan. April 7, 2017 https://www.coloradoan.com/story/entertainment/music/2017/04/07/bon-jovis-denver-concert-date-canceled/100200644/. Retrieved January 18, 2018. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  38. ^ NBC 9News. January 11, 2018 http://www.9news.com/article/entertainment/music/colorado-music/bon-jovi-will-kick-off-2018-tour-in-denver/73-507100282. Retrieved January 18, 2018. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  39. ^ "No guilt, just pure pleasure in Bon Jovi's belters". www.couriermail.com.au. 2018-12-06. Retrieved 2018-12-07.