Bon Jovi-the Circle Tour Recorded Live in New Jersey for an Exclusive In-Theatre Event
Lay your hands on tickets to the latest Cineplex Entertainment Front Row Centre presentation. From AEG Network Live and Universal Music Canada, see Bon Jovi – The Circle Tour on Monday, November 8 at 7:00 p.m. local time, exclusively in select Cineplex Entertainment theatres. Presented in High Definition, this special event celebrates the upcoming release of Bon Jovi Greatest Hits – The Ultimate Collection on November 9th and captures the magic and energy of the band’s sold-out, four-night stand at New Meadowlands Stadium. Footage is included from the four epic nights, which drew 200,000 fans on the band’s home turf, and began with the stadium’s inaugural concert on May 26, 2010.
“Bon Jovi is known for putting on a spectacular live show so we are delighted to be able to offer this exclusive in-theatre experience to our guests,” said Pat Marshall, Vice President, Communications and Investor Relations, Cineplex Entertainment. “This one-night only event is must-see entertainment for Bon Jovi fans.”
Bon Jovi—The Circle Tour features live performances of songs from the band’s 2009 platinum selling album, The Circle, as well as their career-spanning hits. The event will kick off with a behind the scenes look at the making of Bon Jovi’s new music video, “What Do You Got,” followed by a sneak peek of the video itself.
Advance tickets are available online at www.cineplex.com/events or at participating theatre box offices.
|SilverCity Metropolis Cinemas, 4700 Kingsway Avenue|
|Cineplex Odeon Aberdeen Mall Cinemas, 700-1320 Trans Canada Highway|
|Colossus Langley Cinemas, 20090 91A Avenue|
|SilverCity Mission Cinemas, 32555 London Avenue|
|Galaxy Cinemas Nanaimo, 213-4750 Rutherford Road|
|Cineplex Odeon Meadowtown Cinemas, 19800 Lougheed Highway|
|SilverCity Riverport Cinemas, 14211 Entertainment Way|
|Scotiabank Theatre Vancouver, 900 Burrard Street|
|Cineplex Odeon Victoria Cinemas, 780 Yates Avenue|
|Cineplex Odeon Crowfoot Crossing Cinemas, 91 Crowfoot Terrace NW|
|Cineplex Odeon Westhills Cinemas, 165 Stewart Green SW|
|Cineplex Odeon North Edmonton Cinemas, 14231-137th Avenue NW|
|Cineplex Odeon Grand Prairie Cinemas, 10330-109th Street|
|Galaxy Cinemas Red Deer, 357-37400 Highway #2|
|SilverCity St. Vital Cinemas, 160-1255 St. Mary’s Road|
|Galaxy Cinemas Moose Jaw, 1235 Main Street N|
|Galaxy Cinemas Prince Albert, 2995 2nd Avenue|
|Cineplex Odeon Southland Mall Cinemas, 3025 Gordon Road|
|Galaxy Cinemas Saskatoon, 347 2nd Avenue|
|SilverCity Ancaster Cinemas, 771 Golf Links Road|
|Cineplex Odeon Aurora Cinemas, 15460 Bayview Avenue|
|Galaxy Cinemas Barrie, 72 Commerce Park Drive|
|Galaxy Cinemas Belleville, 160 Bell Boulevard|
|SilverCity Brampton Cinemas, 50 Great Lakes Drive|
|Galaxy Cinemas Brantford, 300 King George Road|
|Cineplex Odeon Queensway Cinemas, 1025 The Queensway|
|SilverCity Gloucester Cinemas, 2385 City Park Drive|
|Cineplex Odeon Gardiners Road Cinemas, 626 Gardiners Road|
|SilverCity London Cinemas, 1680 Richmond Street|
|SilverCity Mississauga Cinemas, 3055 Vega Boulevard|
|SilverCity Oakville Cinemas, 3531 Wyecroft Road|
|Cineplex Odeon Oshawa Cinemas, 1351 Grandview Street N|
|Galaxy Cinemas Peterborough, 320 Water Street|
|SilverCity Richmond Hill Cinemas, 8725 Yonge Street|
|Famous Players Lambton 9 Cinemas, 1450 London Road|
|Sault Ste. Marie|
|Galaxy Cinemas Sault Ste. Marie, 293 Bay Street|
|Coliseum Scarborough Cinemas, 300 Borough Drive|
|Cineplex Odeon Eglinton Town Centre Cinemas, 22 Lebovic Avenue|
|Galaxy Cinemas St. Thomas, 417 Wellington Street|
|SilverCity Sudbury Cinemas, 355 Barrydowne Road|
|SilverCity Thunder Bay Cinemas, 850 North May Street|
|SilverCity Fairview Mall Cinemas, 1800 Sheppard Avenue E|
|Galaxy Cinemas Waterloo, 550 King Street N|
|SilverCity Windsor Cinemas, 4611 Walker Road|
|Cineplex Odeon Beauport Cinemas, 825 rue Clemenceau|
|Cineplex Odeon Brossard Cinemas, 9350 boul. Leduc|
|Starcité Gatineau Cinemas, 115 boul. Du Plateau|
|Colossus Laval Cinemas, 2800 rue Cosmodôme|
|Starcité Montreal Cinemas, 4825 ave. Pierre de Coubertin|
|Galaxy Cinemas Sherbrooke, 4204 rue Bertrand|
Check out the new video, “Superman Tonight” from Bon Jovi below! Bon Jovi’s new album, The Circle is in stores now. You can pick it up at this link.
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1. We Weren’t Born To Follow
2. When We Were Beautiful
3. Work For The Working Man
4. Superman Tonight
6. Thorn In My Side
7. Live Before You Die
9. Love’s The Only Rule
10. Fast Cars
11. Happy Now
12. Learn To Love
When Bon Jovi released their previous album, Lost Highway, I was more than a little harsh on the band. I was not fond of band’s country direction in the least bit. I swore off Bon Jovi until they returned to playing rock music. Lucky for me,and their long time fans they have. It took a couple of years, but the band is back with a new rock album, The Circle. This album treads a fine line between pop and rock. Bon Jovi is no stranger to crafting tunes in this fashion, and they are quite good at it. Their pop metal days are long over, and if you are looking for another dose of tunes in the vein of their early material. You won’t find it here.
The opening cut, “We Weren’t Born To Follow” is more of a pop/rock tune, but it reminds me of the music that was on the 2005 CD, Have A Nice Day.
“When We Were Beautiful” has this jangly guitar tone that has an almost U2 feel to it. This song has a sing along chorus that will translate well in Bon Jovi’s live show. I must admit that this song is kind of a grower. I didn’t care for it at first, but a few repeat plays I have changed my mind.
The bass line on “Work for the Working Man” took me all the way back to Slippery When Wet. It literally sounds as if it was ripped off of the Bon Jovi classic “Livin’ On a Prayer”. With that being said, “Work for the Working Man” isn’t a bad tune, but it isn’t great either. The background vocals don’t really work for me. It just seems kind of silly.
“Superman Tonight” is another song that has some serious hit potential. The chorus is catchy and memorable. This is one of my favorites on The Circle.
The voice coder intro in the beginning of “Bullet” give the song a familiar Bon Jovi feel. Finally some heavier riffs show up in the song “Bullet”. Richie Sambora finally cuts loose a little on this tune, and I am thankful. This album needed a heavier tune, and this is it.
“Thorn in My Side” keeps the pace going well, and is one of the more rockin’ songs on this disc.
“Live Before You Die” is a story teller type of song. Bon Jovi has done a few of these songs in the past, and I have never really cared for these. This is an ok tune, and I am sure it will appeal to some folks.
Just when I was starting to get a little bored, “Brokenpromieland” comes along and makes me hit replay a couple of times. I love Sambora’s guitar tone on this song.
“Love is The Only Rule” almost sounds like a Neil Diamond tune with some heavier riffs. Every time I hear this tune, Jon Bon Jovi’s vocal delivery reminds me of that for some reason. The funny thing is, it works for the most part.
Is it just me, or does “Fast Cars” sound like a Coldplay tune? The keyboards and guitar tone sound more like that band than a Bon Jovi tune. I didn’t really care for this tune very much.
The Circle will be in stores tomorrow. Is it worth picking up? While I don’t think this is the best Bon Jovi album, it is far from their worst. The production from John Shanks is top notch, but the album could have used a few heavier moments. If you are looking for the big monster pop metal rockers like the band used to put out in the eighties and early nineties, you aren’t going to find them on The Circle. This is a solid pop rock album with a few hard edges here and there.
Rating: Out of 10
1. We Weren’t Born to Follow
2. When We Were Beautiful
3. Work for the Working Man
4. Superman Tonight
6. Thorn in My Side
7. Live Before You Die
9. Love’s the Only Rule
10. Fast Cars
11. Happy Now
12. Learn to Love
Bon Jovi is:
Jon Bon Jovi – lead vocals
Richie Sambora – guitars, backing vocals
Tico Torres – drums, percussion
David Bryan – keyboards, piano
Hugh McDonald – bass
Charlie Judge – additional keyboards and strings
Bon Jovi, the enduring rock band with a name that’s synonymous with its home state of New Jersey, today (Oct. 22) announced a two year 2010-11 world tour at a press conference and concert performance at the Meadowlands Entertainment Complex. “The Circle World Tour” will be a globe-circling trek and include the two inaugural events at the soon-too-be-completed stadium that will be home to the Giants and Jets football teams.
Bon Jovi’s most recent album, “The Circle,” is set for a Nov. 10 release and promises a return to the more hard rock sounds which propelled the roup to stardom after a turn towards country music on “Lost Highway.”
At the announcement today, the band played a short set for 5000 fans, contest winners and construction workers working on the new arena.
AEG Live, which worked with Bon Jovi on its last two tours, will once again serve as worldwide tour promoters for “The Circle World Tour.”
Here are Bon Jovi’s 2010 “The Circle World Tour” North American tour dates:
Feb. 19: Seattle, WA (KeyArena)
Feb. 22: San Jose, CA (HP Pavilion)
Feb. 24: Phoenix, AZ (Jobing.com Arena)
Feb. 26: Anaheim, CA (Honda Center)
Mar. 2: Sacramento, CA (ARCO Arena)
Mar. 4: Los Angeles, CA (STAPLES Center)
Mar. 6: Las Vegas, NV (MGM Grand Garden Arena)
Mar. 8: Denver, CO (Pepsi Center)
Mar. 9: Omaha, NE (Qwest Center)
Mar. 11: Wichita, KS (INTRUST Bank Arena)
Mar. 13: Fargo, ND (Fargodome)
Mar. 15: Kansas City, MO (Sprint Center)
Mar. 17: Detroit, MI (The Palace of Auburn Hills)
Mar. 19: Montreal, QC (Bell Centre)
Mar. 20: Montreal, QC (Bell Centre)
Mar. 23: Philadelphia, PA (Wachovia Center)
Mar. 24: Philadelphia, PA (Wachovia Center)
Mar. 29: Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)
Apr. 7: St. Paul, MN (Xcel Center)
Apr. 10: Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center)
Apr. 13: Tulsa, OK (BOK Center)
Apr. 15: Atlanta, GA (Philips Arena)
Apr. 17: Tampa, FL (St. Pete Times Forum)
Apr. 18: Ft. Lauderdale, FL (BankAtlantic Center)
Apr. 21: Nashville, TN (Sommet Center)
Apr. 22: Charlotte, NC (Time Warner Cable Arena)
May 26: East Rutherford, NJ (New Meadowlands Stadium)
May 27: East Rutherford, NJ (New Meadowlands Stadium)
July 15: Edmonton, AB (Commonwealth Stadium)
July 17: Winnipeg, MB (Canad Inns Stadium)
July 20: Toronto, ON (Rogers Centre)
July 24: Foxboro, MA (Gillette Stadium)
July 28: Regina, SK (Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field)
July 30: Chicago, IL (Soldier Field)
Courtesy of Billboard.com