Bon Jovi to crisscross U.S. on 2020 stadium tour

(Source: Live Nation)

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Bon Jovi has broken every touring record imaginable, topped every chart, and received every accolade.

Now, the band is kicking off 202 with new music and a U.S. tour.

The Grammy Award-winning band will hit the road on the Bon Jovi 2020 Tour.

The tour will start in the U.S. in June and include a stop in St. Louis.

Bon Jovi will take the stage at the Enterprise Center on Thursday, July 23.

The Bon Jovi 2020 Tour will feature Bryan Adams.

The band was recently named by Pollstar as one of the top touring bands of all time with nearly 10 million tickets sold in just the last decade alone.

Bon Jovi is set to release new music later this year from Island Records. Fans will get exclusive access to that album; every ticket sold includes one CD copy of Bon Jovi 2020.

Tickets go on sale to the general public starting Friday, January 24 at 10 a.m. local time at LiveNation.com.

Here’s a closer look at the tour schedule:

Wednesday, June 10               Tacoma, WA                           Tacoma Dome

Thursday, June 11                  Portland, OR                           Moda Center

Saturday, June 13                  Sacramento, CA                     Golden 1 Center

Tuesday, June 16                   San Jose, CA                          SAP Center at San Jose

Thursday, June 18                  Los Angeles, CA                     The Forum

Saturday, June 20                  Las Vegas, NV                        T-Mobile Arena *

Tuesday, June 23                   San Antonio, TX                     AT&T Center

Thursday, June 25                  Dallas, TX                               American Airlines Center

Friday, June 26                       Tulsa, OK                                BOK Center

Friday, July 10                        Toronto, ON                            Scotiabank Arena *

Tuesday, July 14                    Newark, NJ                             Prudential Center

Thursday, July 16                   Boston, MA                             TD Garden

Sunday, July 19                      Detroit, MI                               Little Caesars Arena

Tuesday, July 21                    Chicago, IL                             United Center

Thursday, July 23                   St. Louis, MO                          Enterprise Center

Saturday, July 25                    Washington, DC                     Capital One Arena

Monday, July 27                     New York, NY                         Madison Square Garden

Tuesday, July 28                    New York, NY                         Madison Square Garden

* without Bryan Adams.