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Old 07-04-2019, 09:26 AM
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This show marks the first time Bon Jovi play in Klagenfurt.


Setlist:

01. This House is Not For Sale
02. Raise Your Hands
03. You Give Love a Bad Name
04. Born to Be My Baby
05. Whole Lot of Leavin'
06. Lost Highway
07. Runaway
08. We Weren't Born to Follow
09. Have a Nice Day
10. Keep the Faith
11. Amen
12. Bed of Roses
13. I'd Die For You
14. It's My Life
15. Knockout
16. Wanted Dead or Alive
17. Lay Your Hands on Me
18. Captain Crash & the Beauty Queen From Mars
19. Bad Medicine
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20. Always
21. Livin' on a Prayer

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Old 07-16-2019, 12:47 PM
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Wondering why the band are playing two shows in a tiny country? Why wouldn’t they schedule this show in Italy or France?


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Old 07-16-2019, 01:23 PM
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The local tourism office in Klagenfurt paid a lot of money to have the band playing there.
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Old 07-16-2019, 07:42 PM
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It's also close to some other countries. One company from Slovenia that organizes trips to concerts is bringing 39 buses of fans (cca. 2.000 people). Probably many other people going with their own cars since it's just a 2 hour drive.
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It's also close to some other countries. One company from Slovenia that organizes trips to concerts is bringing 39 buses of fans (cca. 2.000 people). Probably many other people going with their own cars since it's just a 2 hour drive.
That's exactly my situation. A Bulgarian company that organizes such trips will be going to the Bucharest show with a bus. The plan of the trip is to go to Bucharest with a bus from Sofia. I'll be going on that bus, and it'll be my first Jovi show.
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Because they don’t sell as many tickets as they used to in the majority of markets nowadays, so they have began chasing “forgotten” markets since 2013 in order to boost sales up.
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Just throwing some good vibes to anyone going, hope it's a great show and maybe, just maybe a nice rarity thrown in.

Have fun!
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Because they don’t sell as many tickets as they used to in the majority of markets nowadays, so they have began chasing “forgotten” markets since 2013 in order to boost sales up.
They never sold well in France. While they've saturated the European market in the last 15 years, they've played only 3 times in France (3 times in Paris to be more accurate) : 1996, 2001 and 2010 for a day off during the O2 residency.

I told myself so many times that English people were so lucky with 4 or so shows every tour !

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They never sold well in France. While they've saturated the European market in the last 15 years, they've played only 3 times in France (3 times in Paris to be more accurate) : 1996, 2001 and 2010 for a day off during the O2 residency.

I told myself so many times that Engllish people were so lucky with 4 or so shows every tour !
3 shows,but 3 great shows
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They never sold well in France. While they've saturated the European market in the last 15 years, they've played only 3 times in France (3 times in Paris to be more accurate) : 1996, 2001 and 2010 for a day off during the O2 residency.

I told myself so many times that English people were so lucky with 4 or so shows every tour !
Yep, France has always been a tough market for Bon Jovi. Even at their height, they couldn't play any outdoor venue there in the mid-90's. However, up until 1996 they had at least played Paris once or more each tour, after then it got really patchy though. Probably because it was hard to find promoters who were willing to come up with the fee for a band that wouldn't sell well.
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