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Bon Jovi to Perform at BJC

This morning the Bryce Jordan Center announced that legendary rock star Jon Bon Jovi and his band will perform on Feb. 9. Ticket information will be available in November, but it’s not too soon to start saving up for tickets.

According to Bon Jovi’s website, University Park is the first stop on the 16-date tour of North America in 2011. Tickets are listed to go on sale for both VIP and regular admission on Nov. 1.

Bon Jovi will have three total stops in PA, with concerts in Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center and Pittsburgh’s Consol Energy Arena, as well as the University Park stop.

Bon Jovi will be touring in support of their soon-to-be released album Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection, which includes four new tracks. The two-disc greatest hits collection features everything from “Livin’ on a Prayer” to “It’s My Life.”

If you can afford to go, don’t miss out on seeing Bon Jovi in a great venue. They’re sure to put on a rockin’ and rollin’ concert.

Ticket information will be updated upon release.

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