SAFC fans make the most of priority booking.
Sunderland’s Stadium of Light will welcome US rock gods Bon Jovi in the summer of 2013, as the band hits the road on its worldwide Bon Jovi: Because We Can – The Tour.
A special pre-sale of tickets took place today for Bon Jovi fan club members and Sunderland fans and sales have been unprecedented. There has been exceptional demand for tickets across all venues, with Sunderland leading the way.
The band last performed in the North East in 2000.
The general sale of all remaining tickets will commence at 9am tomorrow (Friday 2nd November) – see below for sales information - and fans are urged to secure their tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
SAFC commercial director Gary Hutchinson said: “There’s already a huge buzz about this concert, which is fantastic to see. Once again, Sunderland is leading the way and showing that there is a phenomenal demand for top quality live acts in the region.”
TICKET INFORMATION - on sale 9am, Friday 2nd November, 2012:
Stadium of Light:
A limited number of general admission tickets* priced at £65 will be available from Sunderland’s Stadium of Light ticket office from 9am on Friday 2nd November. These tickets are for in-person purchases only – bookings cannot be taken via telephone. These are general admission tickets - standing/unreserved seating and a maximum eight per person is permitted.
Credit/debit card purchases are subject to a booking fee.
*Purchasers will be issued with a voucher which can be redeemed for an actual concert ticket nearer the time of the show.
Online (all prices of tickets):
Tickets, priced from £12.50 through to £125, can be purchased via www.aeglive.co.uk.
Fans can also enjoy the must-see show from the relaxed comfort of the Stadium of Light’s fantastic hospitality suites. With something to suit every taste and budget, prices start from just £160 per person, including some of the best seats in the house. Contact the venue sales team on 0871 911 1555 or e-mail email@example.com for more information.