Bon Jovi cancelled his tour 2020 so that fans can get refunds

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Bon Jovi cancel officially summer tour with Bryan Adamswith this would promote his album this year.

The band had postponed prior to start of the tour in the middle of the new pandemic coronavirus. But without taking into account the constraints of social distancing, Bon Jovi agreed that it was better to make sure that the fans, especially those who are out of work, to recover their money.

“Due to the global pandemic is in progress, since it is not feasible for Bon Jovi to do a tour this summer,” reads a statement from the band. “Given the difficult times, we have taken the decision to cancel the tour completely. This will allow those who bought tickets, get refunds to help them pay their bills or buy food. These are difficult times. They have always been there for us and us’ we are always at your disposal. Hope to see you all again on the tour when we can be together safely. We will continue to provide news and updates about the tours of Bon Jovi in the coming weeks and months.”

Last week, Jon Bon Jovi revealed that the release of the album would also have a delayed extra, so that the band could add a new song to the disk.

While it is possible that we may not be able to see Bon Jovi live soon, Jon will participate in the benefit Jersey 4 Jersey for the Foundation of the Relief of the Pandemic of New Jersey, you’ll be able to listen to it through Q104.3 with iHeartRadio in your devices the Wednesday, April 22 the 6 pm, time of Center of Mexico.

The event also includes the participation of several celebrities with headquarters in NJ, including Bruce Springsteen, Chris Rock, Halsey, Jon Stewart, SZA, Stephen Colbert, Danny DeVito, Charlie Puth, and many others.


Text: Andrew Magnotta

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