Wanted Dead or Alive: Bon Jovi Tickets
For those still wanting tickets for the upcoming Bon Jovi concert, you’re not living on a prayer just yet. A variety of tickets and packages are still available for the Sept. 26 concert.
The New Jersey glam metal band, best known for hits like “You Give Love a Bad Name,” “Bad Medicine” and “Livin’ on a Prayer,” will be coming to Ricardo Saprissa Stadium in Tibás, north of San José, to give the only Central American concert of its worldwide The Circle Tour.
“We will leave our soul on that stage, and we want every fan to leave the stadium with a lot of happiness, a lot of music and having experienced one of the best concerts of their life,” Tico Torres, the band’s drummer, said in a press release.
Tickets went on sale in early August. Prices are as follows: ¢20,000 ($40) for sun level, ¢32,000 ($64) for shade level, ¢55,000 ($110) for orchestra seats, ¢60,000 ($120) for standing VIP and ¢85,000 ($170) for box seats. A service charge of ¢3,000 ($6) will be added for VIP and box tickets; ¢2,000 ($4) will be added for all other levels.
A limit of four tickets can be bought at a time. Tickets will be available up to 24 hours before the beginning of the event. Home-delivery tickets can be bought up to five days before the show.
Tickets can be bought online at www.specialticket.net and at authorized Servimás outlets, Bansbach musical instrument stores and La Barbería stores, or through the call center number 2206-7770.
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