The European debut of Bon Jovi, who played last night in Zagreb to a sold-out stadium, was greeted with particular enthusiasm by fans who surprisingly found the full band on stage, with Richie Sambora once again taking up the guitar after two months of forced absence for health reasons. In the meantime, Bon Jovi have reserved another big surprise for fans, who on Sunday 12 June will be able to watch the live webcast from the concert at Munich's Olympic Stadion in the presence of 80,000 spectators. For Italy, the 30-minute concert will be broadcast exclusively on www.rockol.it. The connection will start at 19.00 Italian time and will last as long as Bon Jovi wants it to!
The Munich streaming show will be a special foretaste of the majestic 'Open Air Tour 2011', which sees Bon Jovi playing 24 dates across Europe until the end of July, and in particular in Udine, where on 17 July at the Friuli Stadium the band will play its only Italian concert, organised by Barley Arts, in front of at least 40,000 fans.
After a career spanning three decades at the highest level, 125 million albums sold, more than 2700 live concerts in 50 different countries for 35 million spectators and Grammy Awards won time and time again, Bon Jovi show no signs of letting up. Their double 'Greatest Hits', released on the DefJam/Univesral label in November 2010, is the best testimony to 30 years of success and collects the songs that fans will also be able to hear live.
Official radio of the Udine concert is Virgin Radio Italy.
Tickets are still available for:
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Lawn B - single seat € 52.00 + prev
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