Lock up your¡­ mothers? 80¡¯s Rock legends, Bon Jovi, are heading back to Australia this December following the huge success of their last tour ¨C clearly not for the money, the fame, or all the airborne panties in the world, but simply as their tour name suggests: Because We Can.

30 years together and showing no sign of slowing down, Bon Jovi are best known for hits like Livin¡¯ On a Prayer and Bed of Roses, but plan on spicing up an already hot set list by debuting some new material from their latest album: What About Now.

Possibly the best news for all the Bon Jovials (doubt that¡¯s a real thing, but let¡¯s just say it is) among us, is the fact that tickets are actually affordable, starting at $35 ¨C yes, it¡¯s probably the nosebleed section, but it¡¯d beat a night in watching another Kardashians marathon. Not that I¡¯ve ever done that¡­

For anyone keen to ensure front row seats for the best teeth in rock music, tickets become available to the general public on the 20th May at midday.

Saturday, 7th December ¨C Etihad Stadium
http://www.ticketmaster.com.au or 136 100

Wednesday, 11th December ¨C AAMI Stadium, Adelaide
http://www.ticketmaster.com.au or 136 100

Thursday, 12th December ¨C Perth Arena, Perth
http://www.ticketek.com.au 132 849

Saturday, 14 December ¨C ANZ Stadium, Sydney
http://www.ticketek.com.au or 132 849

Tuesday, 17th December ¨C Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
http://www.ticketek.com.au 132 849