Bon Jovi to tour SA

2012-10-29 07:21

Bon Jovi will be performing in South Africa in May next year.

Radio station 94.5 Kfm made the announcement this morning and posted the news to its breakfast show’s Facebook page.

According to the Kfm post, tickets go on sale on Friday, November 2. A limited amount are on sale today via the Big Concerts website.

Performances are scheduled to take place at the Cape Town Stadium on May 7 and the Soccer City Complex in Johannesburg on May 11.

The American rock band, known for hits like Livin’ On A Prayer and It’s My Life, will embark on their Because We Can World Tour in 2013.

Ticket prices range from R300 to R900 for Cape Town, and from R300 to R1 000 for Johannesburg.

Both venues have VIP tickets on sale.


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