Bon Jovi announce full details of new album Bon Jovi 2020

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Bon Jovi have unveiled full details of their new album, Bon Jovi 2020.

The follow-up to 2016’s This House Is Not For Sale is released on May 15. The band have also released a video for new single Limitless.

According to the band, the album addresses “tough topics such as gun control, veterans’ issues, politics, the meaning and family and much more.”

Says singer Jon Bon Jovi: “It encompasses life, love and loss.”

Check out the Limitless video and album tracklisting below.

The band recently announced a North American summer tour, kicking off at the Tacoma Dome on June 10 and wrapping up with two nights at New York’s Madison Square Garden on July 27 and 28. 

It’s also been confirmed that they’ll be joined by special guest Bryan Adams for 16 of the shows, with a full list of dates published below.

Bon Jovi 2020 tracklist

1. Beautiful Drug
2. Unbroken
3. Limitless
4. Luv Can
5. Brothers In Arms
6. Story Of Love
7. Lower The Flag
8. Let It Rain
9. Shine
10. Blood In The Water

Bon Jovi 2020 North American tour

Jun 10: Tacoma Dome, WA
Jun 11: Portland Moda Center, OR
Jun 13: Sacramento Golden 1 Center, CA
Jun 16: San Jose SAP Center, CA 
Jun 18: Los Angeles The Forum, CA
Jun 20: Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena, NV (No Bryan Adams)
Jun 23: San Antonio AT&T Center, TX
Jun 25: Dallas American Airlines Center, TX
Jun 26: Tulsa BOK Center, OK
Jul 10: Toronto Scotiabank Arena, ON (No Bryan Adams)
Jul 14: Newark Prudential Center, NJ
Jul 16: Boston TD Garden, MA
Jul 19: Detroit Little Caesars Arena, MI
Jul 21: Chicago United Center, IL
Jul 23: St. Louis Enterprise Center, MO
Jul 25: Washington Capital One Arena, DC
Jul 27: New York Madison Square Garden, NY
Jul 28: New York Madison Square Garden, NY

Dave Everley

Dave Everley has been writing about and occasionally humming along to music since the early 90s. During that time, he has been Deputy Editor on Kerrang! and Classic Rock, Associate Editor on Q magazine and staff writer/tea boy on Raw, not necessarily in that order. He has written for Metal Hammer, Louder, Prog, the Observer, Select, Mojo, the Evening Standard and the totally legendary Ultrakill. He is still waiting for Billy Gibbons to send him a bottle of hot sauce he was promised several years ago.