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Since kicking off in February “BON JOVI Because We Can – The Tour” has been selling out arenas and stadiums across the globe, earning the iconic band some of the best reviews of its career.
The 2013 arena tour takes live performance to a whole new level with a constantly evolving stage production that transforms on every song. With over ninety high-speed moving elements, it is a kinetic sculpture of light and video, a living and breathing environment to support Bon Jovi on stage as they bring fans more than 30 years of hits and the latest, never-before-seen technology.
After wrapping up its European open-air run, Bon Jovi will return stateside to heat up the summer with six stadium shows beginning July 12 in Chicago. The stadium dates will feature a different state-of-the-art stage production, emulating a larger-than-life classic 1959 Buick Electra. These summer shows will include the recently announced “Fan Kickoff Concert” at FirstEnergy Stadium -- where Bon Jovi will help the Cleveland Browns launch the upcoming football season -- and will culminate with two nights on the group’s home turf at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
WHAT ABOUT NOW is Bon Jovi’s 3rd consecutive studio album to enter at #1, following Lost Highway, and The Circle. While Bon Jovi continues to set the bar with an innovative and state-of-the-art live show, they also bring an unprecedented interactive digital experience to fans via the free BON JOVI APP. This ties together ground-breaking Augmented Reality technology, never-before-seen by fans around the world. Once downloaded, open the Bon Jovi app, click on Augmented Reality and point your phone at the WHAT ABOUT NOW album artwork wherever it appears for a one-of-kind immersive experience.
Bon Jovi’s return to the road in 2013 launches the latest chapter in an ongoing blockbuster run which has secured their status as the essential live rock band. “BON JOVI Because We Can - The Tour” will continue across Europe, Japan, Brazil, Australia, and North America.