We're excited to announce that our #BonJovi2020 Tour across America starts in June! Backstage with JBJ Fan Club & AMEX cardholder pre-sale begins Tuesday, January 21 at 10am local time. Public on-sale begins Friday, January 24. Check out https://t.co/wNInwz20gt for dates & info. pic.twitter.com/ygscjyyJny— Bon Jovi (@BonJovi) January 15, 2020
Jan. 15 (UPI) -- Rock band Bon Jovi will launch a new North American tour in June.
The group shared plans Wednesday on Twitter for its Bon Jovi 2020 tour featuring singer Bryan Adams.
"We're excited to announce that our #BonJovi2020 Tour across America starts in June!" the post reads.
The tour begins June 10 in Tacoma, Wash., and will end with a two-night stint July 27 and 28 in New York, N.Y. Tickets go on sale Jan. 24 at 10 a.m. local time, with pre-sale tickets available for Bon Jovi fan club members and American Express cardholders from Jan. 21 at 10 a.m. through Jan. 23 at 10 p.m.
Bon Jovi 2020 takes its name from the band's upcoming album of the same name, which includes the single "Unbroken." Bon Jovi has yet to announce an official release date for the album.
Bon Jovi consists of Jon Bon Jovi, David Bryan, Tico Torres, Phil X and Hugh McDonald. The group's most recent album, This House is Not for Sale, was released in November 2016.
Here's the full list of dates for the Bon Jovi 2020 tour:
June 10 - Tacoma, Wash., at Tacoma Dome
June 11 - Portland, Ore., at Moda Center
June 13 - Sacramento, Calif., at Golden 1 Venter
June 16 - San Jose, Calif., at SAP Center at San Jose
June 18 - Los Angeles, Calif., at The Forum
June 20 - Las Vegas, Nev., at T-Mobile Arena (without Bryan Adams)
June 23 - San Antonio, Texas, at AT&T Center
June 25 - Dallas, Texas, at American Airlines Center
June 26 - Tulsa, Okla., at BOK Center
July 10 - Toronto, Ontario, at Scotiabank Arena (without Bryan Adams)
July 14 - Newark, N.J., at Prudential Center
July 16 - Boston, Mass., at TD Garden
July 19 - Detroit, Mich., at Little Caesars Arena
July 21 - Chicago, Ill., at United Center
July 23 - St. Louis, Mo., at Enterprise Center
July 25 - Washington, D.C., at Capital One Arena
July 27 - New York, N.Y., at Madison Square Garden
July 28 - New York, N.Y., at Madison Square Garden