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This House Is Not For Sale Tour: Bon Jovi, Manic Street Preachers picture
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Fri 21st Jun

This House Is Not For Sale Tour

@ Wembley Stadium, London

Featuring: Bon Jovi, Manic Street Preachers

£51.85 - £144.00 Includes booking fee

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This House Is Not For Sale Tour: Bon Jovi, Manic Street Preachers

** Access tickets: for Accessible tickets, please contact Wembley Stadium on the following number; 0800 093 0824. For more information visit: www.wembleystadium.com/Events/2019/Bon-Jovi/Bon-Jovi

After thousands of sold out shows, it’s clear - Bon Jovi = One Wild Night.

One of the planet’s biggest rock bands, Bon Jovi announce their return to the UK, continuing a triumphant world tour that has visited the USA, Canada, Brazil, Argentina and Chile and will hit Japan and Australia later in 2018.

A huge year of 80 shows and counting has also seen them inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. Their This House Is Not For Sale European Tour is set to be another blockbuster.

Bon Jovi will finish what they started by returning to Wembley Stadium in London, 19 years after they were the last band to play the old Wembley and 13 years since they almost became the first to play the new stadium - until overrunning building works put a stop to that. 'Who Says You Can’t Go Home?’ as the Bon Jovi hit goes…….

Elsewhere in the UK, They will become among the first bands to play Liverpool’s legendary Anfield Stadium since 2008 in a city they last played during their seminal Slippery When Wet tour at the Royal Court Theatre in 1986.

They will end the tour at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena, where the band performed in 2006 and 2008 to acclaim.