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Bon Jovi at the Pepsi Center.
The first Bon Jovi Pepsi Center concert was on April 30, 2001, during the band's "One Wild Night Tour." Bon Jovi opened their setlist with "One Wild Night" and went on to play twenty-one songs with two encores. Fans at the Pepsi Center were treated to "It's My Life," "Livin' on a Prayer," "Blaze of Glory," "Bad Medicine" and "Wanted Dead or Alive."
Bon Jovi returned to the Pepsi Center (also the home of the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche) on April 3, 2003, for their "Bounce Tour."
The groups Feb 23, 2006, concert at the arena was during their "Have a Nice Day Tour." Bon Jovi opened with "Last Man Standing" and "You Give Love a Bad Name" and closed the show with "Treat Her Right @Cover[Roy Head]."
Thier next appearance at the Denver Pepsi Center was for their "Los Highway Tour" on March 31, 2008. Followed by a March 8, 2010, concert stop at the venue during the band's "The Circle Tour."
The last Bon Jovi concert at the Pepsi Center was on April 13, 2013, during their "Because We Can - The Tour." "That's What the Water Made Me" was the guys opening song followed by "You Give Love a Bad Name." The twenty-six song show ended with "Someday I'll Be Saturday Night."