Who can ever have a enough of the rocker cowboy that lives on a prayer? With their ecstatic tunes, the 80s band from New Jersey Bon Jovi is going to rock Japan this December.
Music lovers, rejoice! Bon Jovi will perform in two cities of the country: Osaka and Japan. The concerts will take place in December 3rd in Osaka - Osaka Dome venue - and December 4th in Tokyo - Tokyo Dome venue.
Both gigs are part of the band's tour titled “Because We Can”. Fans will be able to enjoy classic tunes such as “Runaway”, “Livin' on a Prayer”, “You Give Love a Bad Name”, “I'll Be There For You”, “Bed of Roses”, “This ain't a Love Song”, “It's My Life”, “Born to be My Baby”, “Bad Medicine”, plus new songs such as “Have a Nice Day”, “That's What the Water Made Me”, “Lost Highway”, “What About Now” and “You want to Make a Memory”.
“Because We Can: The Tour” is a concert tour in support of Bon Jovi's twelfth studio album “What About Now”. The tour is named after the lead single from “What About Now”. The tour has has embarked the band on a journey through all five major continents, including places never visited before such as Bulgaria and Poland, where the tour ranked 1st on Pollstar's annual “Top 100 Mid Year Worldwide Tours”.
The concerts in Japan are very promising as the tour has received amazing reviews so far. The legendary singer Jon Bon Jovi usually opens the shows with “What's What the Water Made Me” with a unbelievable energy that resembles the Boss.The song “You Give Love a Bad Name” sends the audience out of this world in an ecstasy. And the rest of the show proves Bon Jovi to be the mythical band they are with 30 years of trajectory.