Bon Jovi Might Want to Change Their Tour Poster

Bon Jovi’s ‘This House Is Not For Sale’ Tour is still going strong!  But, the poster.

It’s just…

Moving on: Bon Jovi’s expansive ‘This House Is Not For Sale’ tour has been criss-crossing the U.S., Canada and South America for more than a year.  That includes a re-start this month in Denver, where the group played March 14th.  

Now, it’s on to dates in the South, Texas, east coast, and Canada. 

Here are the remaining dates.

March 25, 2018
New Orleans
Smoothie King Center

March 26, 2018
Dallas
American Airlines Center

April 2, 2018
Boston
TD Garden

April 4, 2018
Montreal
Bell Centre

April 5 & 7, 2018
Newark
Prudential Center

April 8 & 18, 2018
Orlando
Amway Center

April 20, 2018
Atlanta
Philips Arena

April 21, 2018
Charlotte
Spectrum Center

April 24, 2018
Raleigh
PNC Arena

April 26, 2018
Chicago
United Center

April 28, 2018
Saint Paul
Xcel Energy Center

April 29, 2018
Milwaukee
BMO Harris Bradley Center

May 2, 2018
Allentown
PPL Center

May 3, 2018
Philadelphia
Wells Fargo Center

May 5, 2018
Uncasville
Mohegan Sun Arena

May 7. 2018
Ottawa
Canadian Tire Centre

May 9, 2018
New York City
Madison Square Garden

May 10 & 12, 2018
Toronto
Air Canada Centre

May 14, 2018
Washington, D.C.
Capital One Arena

The tour itself has already earned more than $43 million, with Live Nation promoting the mega-tour.

Just, the poster.

Anyway: fans have reported that the revamped group is blending old and new, with requisite classics like ‘Livin’ on a Prayer,’ ‘You Give Love a Bad Name,’ and ‘Wanted Dead or Alive’.  Give the absolutely legendary status those hits, integrating newer material can be difficult — and lead to mixed reviews.  

The tour itself is supporting the 2017 album by the same name.  That sequence releasing an album first — and then touring to support it — is reminiscent an earlier industry, though a formula larger groups like Bon Jovi still practice. 

And with that, here’s another poster from the collection. 

This time, from the front.

Bon Jovi Might Want to Change Their Tour Poster