Bon Jovi make fans the star with #BonJoviMemories as European Tour kicks off May 31st


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.

And they are giving fans the chance to star in the big screen at the shows, by sharing their #BonJoviMemories of the band’s incredible history via video or photo.

Be part of our 2019 Tour!

Submit your Bon Jovi memories using the hashtag #BonJoviMemories on social media and you could make it onto the big screen as we tour through Europe!
If you’re coming to a show, let us know which one by also including #citybonjovi (i.e. #londonbonjovi). This will increase the chances of seeing your face on the big screen at your home show!
Not only will you have a chance to be featured at our concerts, we will also be sharing submissions on our social media accounts and websites.

Here are just a few ideas you can share with us; feel free to be as creative as you want!

Videos and photos will both be accepted.

· Why you’re the biggest Bon Jovi fan on the planet!
· How/why you became a Bon Jovi fan
· The story of your favorite Bon Jovi memory
· Multiple generations of Bon Jovi fans
· Photos of you at a Bon Jovi concert
· What “This House Is Not For Sale” means to you

A few things to remember:
· Your profile must be set to public
· Use the hashtag #BonJoviMemories

We’re excited to see your #BonJoviMemories!

For tickets visit:

May 2019
31 – Russia – Moscow, Luzhniki Stadium

June 2019
2 – Estonia – Tallinn, Song Festival Grounds
5 – Sweden – Stockholm, Tele2 Arena
8 – Norway – Stavanger, Viking Stadium
11 – Denmark – Sønderborg, Slagmarken
13 – Holland – Nijmegen, Goffertpark
15 – Ireland – Dublin, RDS Main Arena
19 – UK – Liverpool, Anfield
21 – UK – London, Wembley Stadium connected by EE
23 – UK – Coventry, Ricoh Arena

July 2019
3 – Germany – Dusseldorf, Merkur Spiel-Arena
5 – Germany – Munich, Olympiastadion
7 – Spain – Madrid, Wanda Metropolitano Stadium
10 – Switzerland – Zurich, Stadion Letzigrund
12 – Poland – Warsaw, PGE Narodowy
14 – Belgium – Werchter, TW Classic
17 – Austria – Vienna, Ernst-Happel Stadion
19 – Austria – Klagenfurt, Wörthersee Stadion
21 – Romania – Bucharest – Piata Constitutiei