Bon Jovi Offers Cash-Strapped Spanish Fans a Break

Posted: Jun. 4th, 2013  |  By Michael Pearse

Cash strapped fans in Madrid are set for one big break now that Bon Jovi has decided to perform at the Vicente Calderón football stadium on June 27th free of charge. Tickets had already sold for between 15 and 39 Euros, much less then traditional price. Needless to say they sold out immediately.

Even recessions have their positive side, it seems, and one bonus for fans of rock group Bon Jovi is that the American band have waived their fee for a concert in Madrid this summer.

Tickets of between €18 (£15) and €39 – apparently a fraction of the usual price – quickly sold out when they went on sale in March for the event at the Vicente Calderón football stadium.

There were fears many Spanish fans would not be able to afford tickets.


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