Bon Jovi to Perform at British Royal Charity Concert
By: Annie Scaramuzzino
11/5/2013


Bon Jovi
will be among the performers at an upcoming benefit concert put on by Prince William.

The event will take place at the one and only, Kensington Palace on November 26, with 750 tickets to be sold in support of the Centrepoint charity, according to The Sunday Times (via NME).

500 of the tickets will be available on a general admission basis through the Centrepoint website, while the other 250 will be offered up as VIP packages that will also include access to a reception and dinner following the concert.

Additionally, frontman Jon Bon Jovi will be recognized for his own humanitarian efforts at the event, while other performers for the evening include Taylor Swift and James Blunt.

The Centrepoint organization is dedicated to assisting young homeless people in England to help them get back on track. Prince William has been a Patron of Centrepoint since 2005.

Meanwhile, Bon Jovi will wrap up a series of North American tour dates on November 8 in Quebec, CAN and will head to Japan and Australia in December. The concerts are in support of the band’s latest studio album, What About Now?


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