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Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Bon Jovi - Have A Nice Day tour 2006

BONJOV001The Have A Nice Day Tour was a concert tour by American rock Band Bon Jovi. It was to promote their ninth studio album Have A Nice Day. The tour took place between November 2005 and July 2006. The Band played to 2,002,000 fans, and the tour grossed a total of $109,000,000. The tour was the third most successful tour of the year, just behind The Rolling Stone's A Bigger Bang World Tour and U2's Vertigo Tour.
The set lists greatly varied between concerts, so after each show its set list was posted on the official website. Most concerts began with the song "Last Man Standing" from the Have a Nice Day record, followed by "You Give Love A Bad Name". "Livin' on a Prayer" was almost always played as the finale before any encores.

At the concert in Düsseldorf, Germany, the band played their longest song, "Dry County", for the first time in over ten years.

BONJOV002The final conert of the tour at New Jersey's Giants Stadium was the only concert at which the band played the Have a Nice Day song "I Am", so that they would fulfill their commitment of playing every song from the album on the tour.

At several of the band's summer stadium shows, the band was known to play extremely long setlists, some of them running nearly three hours, totaling approximately 25 songs, including encores that sometimes had as much as seven songs.

For the first North American leg of the tour as well as the UK dates of the European tour, each city had a local band open for Bon Jovi. The band had decided this for a chance to promote local talent. Canadian band Nickelback supported Bon Jovi on the European leg of the tour, as well as on the band's summer stadium tour in North America.

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