Livin’ on a Prayer

Bon Jovi builds bridges in Ma­cau with 30 years of hits

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ho hasn’t heard of Bon Jovi? With a ca­reer span­ning 30 years, the US rock group at­tained celebrity sta­tus in 1986 with their third stu­dio al­bum, Slip­pery When Wet. Since then, they’ve sold more than 130 mil­lion records and played 2,900 con­certs around the world. You can look for­ward to hits such as Who Says You Can’t Go Home, You Give Love a Bad Name and It’s My Life. With their latest sin­gle, Satur­day Night Gave Me Sun­day Morn­ing, re­leased in July and their new al­bum, Burn­ing Bridges, out in Au­gust on the eve of their tour, you can also ex­pect to hear some of their new­est work too. Fronted by Jon Bon Jovi, the group’s tour line-up in­cludes key­boardist David Bryan, who wrote the suc­cess­ful Broad­way mu­si­cal Mem­phis, and drum­mer and per­cus­sion­ist Tico Tor­res. Septem­ber 25–26; 8pm; $580–3,688; The Vene­tian Ma­cao; hk­tick­et­ing.com

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