Bon Jovi’s fans are counting the hours to go until the most keenly awaited musical event of the year, the band’s Sunday gig in the Constitution Square. The concert is part of The Circle Tour, which started in February 2010 and is to include 135 concerts, in 30 countries. Access to the concert will be allowed as of 3pm. Earlier this week, Lenti Chiriac, Production Manager at D&D East Entertainment, announced that approximately 50,000 tickets had been sold by then.
Bon Jovi is high up in the best-selling bands’ ranking, as “The Circle” was declared the best-selling tour of 2010, according to Billboard magazine. Their last year record, compounded by their similar feat in 2008, serves to prove that the celebrated American band is at the top of their game, if only insofar as proceeds from their concerts are concerned, 26 years after launching their debut album. Thus, in the first nine months of 2010, the band sold no less than 1,368,734 tickets, ranking second at the time.QUANTIQ ?I STILLBORN are the Romanian bands to perform int he Bon Jovi concert’ opening.
Tickets are available exclusively in the Eventim network. The ticket categories are: VIP – RON 479.3; Tribune – RON 372.8; Golden Circle – RON 298.2; Normal Circle – RON 186,4; Parliament Lawn – RON 138.5, promotional price, for the first 2,000 tickets, and RON 159.8, after the promotional tickets are sold-out.
Bon Jovi was founded in New Jersey (USA), 27 years ago. The band is made up of Jon Bon Jovi (vocal – on his real name, John Francis Bongiovi Jr.), Richie Sambora (guitar), David Bryan (keyboard), Tico Torres (drums) and Hugh McDonald (bass). Throughout their career, Bon Jovi sold over 130M records worldwide. The band’s hits include titles like “Livin’ on a Prayer”, “It’s My Life”, “Always”, “You Give Love a Bad Name”, “Wanted Dead or Alive”. In the autumn on 2010, the band was nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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