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Bon Jovi - Ashton Gate, Bristol - 27th June 2011 (Photo Gallery)

Tuesday, 28 June 2011 Written by Jon Stickler
Bon Jovi - Ashton Gate, Bristol - 27th June 2011 (Photo Gallery)

Bon Jovi's 2011 Tour hit the UK earlier this month and having played to a packed-out Hard Rock Calling Festival crowd at London's Hyde Park on Saturday 25th June, the band rolled into the home of Bristol City Football Club, Ashton Gate, last night to deliver a stunning set of greatest hits.

Whilst their rival poodle-rocking bands pick up the pieces of shattered lives lived to the extreme, Bon Jovi are one of the few rock bands that have remained constant thougout the years. Years that now add up to a quarter of a century!

Bon Jovi released their 'Greatest Hits' album in November 2010 and received a Global Icon award at the MTV Europe†Music Awards in the same month. Globally, the Grammy Award-winning band has sold more than 120 million albums, and performed more than 2,600 concerts in over 50 countries for more than 34 million fans.

Capturing the magic and energy of the bandís Bristol gig, Stereoboard photographer Craig Thomas was at the show to bring you all the action! Check out the images below.

Photographs courtesy of Craig Thomas (www.oppositeimages.co.uk) for Stereoboard.com

(c) 2011, Opposite Images. No unauthorised use without permission.

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