Bon Jovi Announces New Tour, Includes DC Date

Bon Jovi will celebrate their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction with a new tour.

The band has announced a spring leg of their This House Is Not For Sale tour, which kicks off in Denver, CO on March 14th. They will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame April 14 in Cleveland.

In addition, Jon Bon Jovi and the guys are re-releasing their 2016 album This House Is Not For Sale with the title This House Is Not For Sale (When We Were Us).  It will feature two new songs: “When We Were US” and “Walls.”  The album arrives February 23.

Last year, Jon told Billboard that “When We Were US” is a “big ol’ anthemic [song]…that tells our story,” while “Walls” is about “the crazy world in which we live.”

Tickets go on sale to the general public January 19 at 10 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster and venue box offices.  Every ticket purchased will come with a CD of This House Is Not For Sale.  There are a number of pre-sale options available that start as early as Monday, so visit for full details.

The tour will wrap up with a show at Capital One Arena in Washington, DC on May 14th.




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