In anticipation of their only Italian concert, to be held on 17 July at the Udine Stadium, Bon Jovi are celebrating their recent Tour of the Year win, awarded to them by Billboard and Pollstar, with a special web event: at half past midnight on 10 February, Italian time, they will stream part of their concert from Penn State University's Bryce Jordan Center for fans around the world.

The concert will be a sneak preview of the show that will see Bon Jovi headlining during the summer in Europe, with a tour that band members Jon Bon Jovi, Tico Torres, Ritchie Sambora and David Bryan have already repeatedly indicated as their last for at least a few years.

To watch tonight's concert in streaming, simply click on one of the following links:





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The new dates, recently added for the month of March in the US and Canada, are the result of Bon Jovi's sweeping victory in the Billboard and Pollstar charts, for the title of Tour of the Year 2010 in terms of box office and number of payers, a title Bon Jovi has earned twice in the last three years.

Altogether, the band has sold more than 125 million albums, played over 2700 concerts in 50 different countries and in front of more than 35 million fans.

Starting on 8 June, Bon Jovi will land in Europe, for 24 dates, including one on 17 July in Udine organised by Barley Arts, before taking leave of the stage for an indefinite time.