Josh Martin

Bon Jovi LIVE Online!
Bon Jovi LIVE Online!

Did you miss Bon Jovi out on the road for their Because We Can tour? You’re not out of luck just yet! Bon Jovi is streaming tonight’s concert from San Jose, California’s HP Pavilion. It’s the final show of their current North American leg. You can watch 30 minutes of the concert starting tonight at 11 p.m. After that time elapses, you’ll be prompted to sign up to become a ‘Backstage Jon Bon Jovi’ member in order to continue watching. Existing members can watch the entire concert for free.” It can be accessed via the Eventlive.com website: https://www.evntlive.com/#/event/1000165.

While we’re talking tours, tickets just went on sale this morning for the Counting Crows/Wallflowers tour at Tags in Big Flats. Tomorrow at 9am One Republic tickets offically go on sale, and then on Saturday at 9am you’ll be able to score Daughtry/3 Doors Down tickets. All available for purchase at www.tagstickets.com!

 

Recent Headlines

in Entertainment

This weekend in entertainment history

rainman

A look back on some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.

in Music

This week’s top pop songs

markronson

LISTEN: This week's top pop songs, according to the latest Billboard chart.

in Entertainment

Angelina Jolie crowned world’s top feminist icon

Angelina Jolie arrives at the 20th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards at the Hollywood Palladium on Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015, in Los Angeles.

Angelina Jolie and Emma Watson top the list of the world's foremost feminist icons.

in Entertainment, National

Celebrities protest new Indiana law

George Takei poses for a portrait at Quaker Good Energy Lodge with GenArt and the Collective , during the Sundance Film Festival, on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014 in Park City, Utah.

Celebrities call for an Indiana boycott after the passing of a controversial law that could lead to discrimination against gay couples.

in Lifestyle

White House unveils plan to fight antibiotic-resistant germs

The North Lawn of the White House, on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 in Washington.

The White House announce a five-year plan to fight drug-resistant germs.