One of the biggest bands of all time will be rocking out at the Resch Center this fall.
Bon Jovi will be making its way to the Green Bay area for the first time ever.
The band is set to perform on October 22.
Known for songs like "Livin' on a Prayer" and "You Give Love a Bad Name," this will be the band's only Wisconsin stop.
Bon Jovi is touring behind its 12th studio album, Because We Can which came out in March.
"We've been able to land a date in October and we're excited for that, it was a lot of work and a lot of keep reminding them of how great Green Bay is and how great the building is and what we can do for them and an exciting time for everyone," said Ken Wachter, PMI Entertainment Group.
Ticket prices and an on-sale date have not been released just yet. All of that information will be announced next week.
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