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In Theaters: Jon Bon Jovi Inside Out

posted by Nell Minow

Bon Jovi fans from across the country will have the opportunity to submit their questions for a very special Q&A with Bon Jovi, hosted by Allison Hagendorf of The CW’s “THE NEXT: Fame Is At Your Door Step.” The Q&A will be broadcast LIVE from Times Square on Tuesday evening. Questions can be submitted in advance of the event and live on event night. Submit your questions:

1. Tweet your questions now via Twitter using the hashtag #AskBonJovi
2. Text in your question on event night using a number provided onscreen during the event (This option is for Eastern and Central Time Zones only as the event will be tape delayed in Pacific and Mountain Time Zones)

Featuring a hand-selected set list from their catalog of hits, “Bon Jovi Inside Out” includes the group’s best performances from their sold-out, 12-night stand at London’s The O2, the inaugural multi-night run at New Meadowlands Stadium, and their celebratory shows at the famed Madison Square Garden.

Tickets for “Bon Jovi: Inside Out” are available now at participating theater box offices and online.

Click here for a full list of participating theaters (theaters and participants subject to change).



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