Bon Jovi will finally get the chance to rock-and-roll after years of keeping themselves from the stage.

On Friday, Bon Jovi confirmed their upcoming 15-stop North American arena tour, the Bon Jovi 2022 Tour. Set to start in April, the show will mark the first schedule they prepared after canceling their previous 2020 tour due to the COVID-10 pandemic.

The band shared the official poster on its Twitter and Instagram account, hyping their fans who have been waiting to see them.

“It’s official! We’ll be headed back out on the road this April for the #BonJovi2022Tour. Pre-sales begin January 11th and tickets will be available to the public beginning January 14th. For more information on tickets and VIP packages, head to Bon Jovi’s official website – linked in bio. See you soon,” the caption said.

The venues of their 15-stop tour include CHI Health Center, Xcel Energy Center, Fiserv Forum, Spectrum Center, PNC Arena, Bon Secours Wellness Arena, Enmarket Arena, Amalie Arena, FLA Live Arena, Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Enterprise Center, Moody Center, Toyota Center, American Airlines Center, and Bridgestone Arena.

Fans Excited to See Bon Jovi Again!

Following the announcement, their fans could not help but express their excitement about attending the event.

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One Instagram user said, “Yassss Best band in the world is back! Hope you guys come back to South America soon.”

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“So excited! Feels good to have shows to look forward too! Can’t wait to see my favorite band onstage again!” another added.

“I’ll be there, no matter how far! Was hoping for Pittsburgh since we u were sick last time, show was cut in half, but, I’ve BEEN TO EVERY TOUR! SO ILL travel to where I can get the best seats! SO EXCITING!! THANKYOU, I KNOW HOW HARD YOU WORK. JUST TAKE CARE OF YOU!” one exclaimed.

Although they have not performed for a long time, Bon Jovi constantly connected with their fans by releasing a concert film in November and performing at the “Play On: Celebrating the Power of Music to Make Change” benefit concert in December.

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