Bon Jovi Performs in Las Vegas on Feb. 25th

In support of their latest album This House Is Not for Sale, Bon Jovi will be hitting the road starting February 8th with a stop in Las Vegas on February 25th, 2017.  The iconic rock band will be performing at T-Mobile Arena with a collection of classic anthems, fan favorites and new hits from their 14th studio album.

This House Is Not for Sale Tour will be the first jaunt for the band, since their Because We Can World Tour in 2013, which was Bon Jovi’s third tour in a six-year timeframe, to be ranked #1 in the world in gross sales. Only the Rolling Stones have been able to achieve such a tremendous feat. Formed in 1983, Bon Jovi began by playing around their home state of New Jersey, opening for other touring bands, which caught the attention of music executive Derek Shulman. They were subsequently signed to Mercury Records and released their self-titled first album in January of 1984. Bon Jovi’s big, dramatic, guitar-driven sound began to gain a fan base, which resulted in their opening for the Scorpions in the United States, and Kiss in Europe. Their breakthrough album Slippery When Wet, was released in August of 1986, and held the top spot on the Billboard charts for an incredible eight weeks. Mega hits “You Give Love a Bad Name” and “Livin’ on a Prayer” skyrocketed the Jersey band to fame and they took off on a 232 show tour, including a stop in the Soviet Union.

Other than a brief hiatus from 1990 to 1992, Bon Jovi has been recording albums and touring for their massive fan base for over three decades. Their shows are always jam-packed and feature high energy performances and tons of crowd participation. These guys will have you dancing in the aisles and singing along to all your favorites, as well as embracing the band’s new, more mature material. Grab your Bon Jovi tickets today, as you do not want to miss them live in Las Vegas on February 25th, at the fantastic T-Mobile Arena.