Friday 16 November 2018

Bon Jovi are set to rock Punchestown

AMERICAN supergroup Bon Jovi are to play Ireland next summer as part of their Lost Highway World Tour.

The New Jersey group are renowned for delivering state of the art stage shows, electric performances and mammoth sold out stadium concerts.

They will play Punchestown Racecourse on Saturday June 7 2008, subject to license.

Tickets priced €74.50 including booking fee will go on sale on Thursday, November 29 at 8am from Ticketmaster and usual outlets nationwide -- and are strictly limited to 8 per person.

Fans should visit for the most up-to-date concert and ticket sales information.

Scheduled to begin their world tour at the opening of the Prudential Center in their home state of New Jersey next year, singer Jon Bon Jovi exclaimed "We're starting in New Jersey and then taking it to the whole world."

Anticipation for the tour is running at an all-time high, with more than 90 concerts already scheduled.

Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, David Bryan and Tico Torres will visit Canada, Japan, the U.S., New Zealand, England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, Holland, Austria and more.

Ticket sales for Bon Jovi's last Have A Nice Day tour broke records selling at a rate of 1,000 tickets a second.

The band played a sell-out concert in Croke Park in May 2006 and performed in front of over 500,000 fans across the UK in just over a week.

Bon Jovi have set the bar for more than two decades as one of the most exciting and successful live rock and roll bands in the world.

Globally, they have sold more than 120 million albums and performed more than 2,500 concerts in over 50 countries for more than 32 million fans.

Their curent album Lost Highway gave the band the first Number 1 U.S. debut of their career.

The group are regular visitors to Ireland, where they have always played sold-out stadium shows.

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