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Bon Jovi at the Talking Stick Resort Arena.
All though this is the first Bon Jovi Concert at the Talking Stick Resort Arena they have played twelve times in the Phoenix Area since 1985.
The first Bon Jovi concert in Arizona was on August 2, 1985, at the Compton Terrace in Chandler for their "7800° Fahrenheit Tour." The band returned to the Compton Terrace in Chandler again on April 20, 1989, for their "New Jersey Syndicate Tour."
Bon Jovi Concerts at the America West Arena (now the Talking Stick Resort Arena).
The America West Arena now the Talking Stick Resort Arena plays home to the Phoenix Suns and has seen two Bon Jovi concerts at the Arena.
On March 11, 1993, Bon Jovi played the Arena during their "Keep the Fait Tour." The show opened up with "I Believe" and included such Bon Jovi classics as "You Give Love a Bad Name," "Blaze of Glory," "Bad Medicine," and "Livin' on a Prayer."
Bon Jovi returned to the Arena ten years later on April 7, 2003, during their "Bounce Tour." The concert opened with "Bounce," and went on to have twenty-one more songs on the setlist. The concert ended with a three song encore of "Always," "Captain Crash & the Beauty Queen From Mars," and "Bad Medicine."