Bon Jovi announces contest for ‘The Circle Tour’ Lima, Peru concert

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Bon Jovi announces contest for 'The Circle Tour' Lima, Peru concertUS rock band Bon Jovi announced an interesting and attractive contest for ‘The Circle Tour’ Lima concert scheduled for September 29 at the San Marcos University Stadium.

Bon Jovi fans are invited inside the circle with a special contest. They can simply upload video of themselves performing (singing, lip-synching, etc.) the band’s worldwide #1 song "Livin’ On A Prayer" to http://prayer.bonjovi.com.

In each city one special winner will be chosen to have their performance on the big screen at a special moment during the song.

This winner will receive two tickets to the show, a Bon Jovi VIP bag, two tour programs, two commemorative tour tickets, and two souvenir tour laminates with lanyard.

To be eligible for the prize, videos must be submitted five days prior to the concert. For example, if you are entering a video for the Lima show on September 29, videos must be uploaded by September 24.

Bon Jovi are preparing for their biggest tour yet. The Circle Tour will be traveling around the world and they need fans help.

They are asking all Bon Jovi Fans around the world to upload a video of themselves performing Livin’ On A Prayer. The best performances from each city will join the band while they’re playing the song.

“We want to get to know you better. Film yourself in a space that tells us as much about you as possible. Be as simple or as creative as you like. Sing on your own, or invite friends and family to join you”, the band posted on their website.

“Remember, this is about performance, not about how well you sing… don’t be shy, show us your love”, they added.

Bon Jovi are an American rock band from Sayreville, New Jersey. Formed in 1983, Bon Jovi consists of lead singer and namesake Jon Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora, keyboardist David Bryan, drummer Tico Torres as well as current bassist Hugh McDonald.

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