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Bon Jovi slash ticket prices in Spain as a 'thank you' to fans

Rockers Bon Jovi have cut the prices of their tickets for some forthcoming gigs in Spain to reward fans in the country for their continued loyalty amid the financial crisis.

Tickets for the band's shows originally cost between 70-80 euros, but a special price was worked out for concert goers in the area after news broke of Spain's recent economic struggle.

Speaking to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, frontman Jon Bon Jovi explained that it's important to be able to support their fans when they need it and return the favour: "It's a way to thank the Spanish fans for 30 years of support."

The new cheaper tickets, which have already sold out, were available between 18 (£15) and 39 euros and in addition to lowering the prices the group have also confirmed that they will perform in Madrid for free on June 27.

On July 5, the 'Livin' On A Prayer' superstars will play an open air show at London's Hyde Park for the Barclaycard British Summertime series of events.





Watch Bon Jovi's most recent music video, for 'What About Now', below: