True to their word, rock band Bon Jovi is making things right with Denver by launching its 2018 tour at the Pepsi Center.No hard feelings, right? After canceling a scheduled Denver concert in April 2017 following a bout with bronchitis, Jon Bon Jovi is doing his best to mend fences. He and his famed rock band have chosen Denver as the opening city for their 2018 "This House Is Not for Sale" tour. The concert is scheduled for Wednesday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the Pepsi Center. Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Friday, January 19, though ticket holders from last year's canceled concert are actually being given first dibs at seats in a pre-sale (with half-price tickets), January 12–14. For more info, visit Altitude's website. Tickets for the concert will be listed between $30 and $155. [caption id="attachment_30875" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] Courtesy of Bon Jovi's Facebook page[/caption] The 2018 "This House Is Not for Sale" tour is a continuation of 2017's 27-city tour of the same name, which lasted from February through April. There are currently 26 cities scheduled for the 2018 tour, which will run from March 14 through May 14.
On February 23, "the band will also celebrate their return to the road with the re-release of 'This House Is Not For Sale' as a new version, 'This House Is Not For Sale (When We Were Us)', containing two brand new songs, 'When We Were US' and 'Walls,'" Bon Jovi's website states. In addition, the iconic band will join the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with an April 14 induction ceremony in Cleveland. Are you happy with Bon Jovi's decision to kick off their 2018 tour in Denver? Does that make up for last year's cancellation? Will you be getting tickets? Tell us in the comments below!