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Bon Jovi Is Coming to Arkansas
13 January 2018, 01:39 | Louis Holland
Bon Jovi's latest tour comes to Orlando for his only Florida date
Tickets go on sale starting January 18 through Ticketmaster, with a pre-sale beginning January 16. The album's new version will be available February 23.
Although the group, fronted by lead singer and guitar player Jon Bon Jovi, won't be stopping in Columbia for a performance at Colonial Life Arena, fans from the Midlands won't have to go far to see them. Each ticket includes Bon Jovi's album "This House is Not For Sale".
"This House Is Not for Sale" was originally released November 4, 2016, and debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart - making it the band's third straight album to debut at No. 1, and its sixth overall to reach the top spot.
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