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Bon Jovi ticket details released

2012-10-29 09:45
 
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Cape Town – Ticket and seating details for Bon Jovi's performances in South Africa have been released by Big Concerts.

It was announced on Monday morning that Bon Jovi will be performing at the Cape Town Stadium in Cape Town on 7 May and the Soccer City Complex in Johannesburg on 11 May.

A limited amount of exclusive pre-sale tickets are on sale today via Bon Jovi's website, Big Concert's website and Computicket. Pre-sale tickets are limited to 35% of the available stadium inventory and will be available strictly while stocks last.

Ticketing Information:

Johannesburg – Tickets go on sale via the web, outlets and call centres on Thursday 1 November 2012 at 09:00.

Cape Town – Tickets go on sale via the web, outlets and call centres on Friday 2 November 2012 at 09:00.

Tickets are available online from Big Concerts or Computicket.

The seating plan for both shows is available on Big Concert's website. View Johannesburg's seating plan here and Cape Town's seating plan here.

The American rock band, known for hits like Livin' On A Prayer and It's My Life, will also debut brand new songs from new album What About Now as part of their Because We Can World Tour in 2013.

Watch Bon Jovi's tour announcement video here:



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