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Bon Jovi is the latest rock band to bring its live show to the movie screen.
On Nov. 27, “Bon Jovi Inside Out” will play in hundreds of theaters nationwide, including Regal Northpoint 8, Regal Perimeter Pointe, Regal Hollywood 24, AMC Barrett Commons 24, AMC Discover Mills 18 and Merchant’s Walk Stadium Cinemas 12.
The one-night-only showing will feature the band playing hits picked by fans and recorded earlier at London’s O2 Arena, New Meadowlands Stadium and Madison Square Garden.
The event is also expected to include a live broadcast from Times Square so the guys can talk up their 2013 tour and album, and also engage in an interactive Q&A session. No word if Jon Bon Jovi’s inclusion will be affected by his recent family issues.
Tickets for the 8 p.m. screening are $12.50 and can be purchased here.
The band also just announced tour dates for next year, including Feb. 27 at Philips Arena.
By Melissa Ruggieri, Atlanta Music Scene