Lisa from Denver, Colorado
Bon Jovi put on a great show. Jon’s performance and voice were right on. I didn’t even notice Richie was gone. At one point Jon showed up out in the audience and sang Bed of Roses. The entire audience was bathed in red light. It was mesmerizing. Jon even took one woman in the audience and did a short slow dance with her. It was magical. It looked like there was a sold out crowd, and from the sound of the clapping and screaming from the audience, Bon Jovi is still one of the best bands ever. Thanks to them for rescheduling the Denver show as the first on this tour since they had to cancel last year. They also opened up ticket sales a couple of days later and at 50% off.
Don G from Detroit, Michigan
BON JOVI REVIEW
Concert was great Jon does a fantastic job of entertaining the crowd. Richie (in my opinion) added much more character to the band and he is (missed) and replaced now by 2 very good guitar players that I had a hard time hearing their solo's tonight (maybe better sound check). Over all Bon Jovi and the fans rocked.
Erwin Strasser from Montreal, Quebec
I was at the show here in Montreal on Friday night the 18th May 2018 and his voice was incredible with his endless energy and at 56 he did not stop dancing or singing for 2 and a half hours. .Wow !! I want those pills he's taking..lol
Annie Goulahee from New Jersey
LOVE BON JOVI
Love Bon Jovi Have had the privilege of seeing many shows. Had good seats in section 8 and was pleasantly surprised when Jon came over to sing his ballads. Something he doesn’t have to do. I thought it was strange to not have the screens but lucky I could see from my seat. Thought something was off with the sound as well could be the equipment could be the arena could be that maybe Jon is human and maybe he was not feeling well or just maybe a bit tired. Still the audience looked and sounded like they were having a good time to me. Jon always puts his mic to the crowd so all you out of town complainers can save your money next time and leave room for the Jersey crowd we love you Bon Jovi!
Lynn from Toronto, Ontario
BON JOVI MAY 12/18 TORONTO
sound was disappointing, very distorted could barely make out what his words were in the songs. He put on an excellent performance moved around to stage to all audience to view and even came out into the crowd,
KRice from Chicago, Illinois
Just saw JBJ in Chicago last night. The man loves his fans and still delivers but the acoustics we're awful. Also, the two semi large viewing screens faced the immediate sides of the stage so it was difficult to really see much. We had seats on the first level, so decent. I really felt for the folks higher up and farther back. This was not our first JBJ concert but will be our last. It cost a lot of money and we left disappointed.
KRice from Chicago, Illinois
Just saw JBJ in Chicago last night. The man loves his fans and still delivers but the acoustics were awful. Also, the two semi large viewing screens faced the immediate sides of the stage so it was difficult to really see much. We had seats on the first level, so decent. I really felt for the folks higher up and farther back. This was not our first JBJ concert but will be our last. It cost a lot of money and we left disappointed.
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