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Jon Bon Jovi has revealed that his band will be performing for free at a concert in Madrid next month, due to the country’s financial crisis.

In an interview with Spanish newspaper El Mundo Bon Jovi said that when the band planned their European tour Madrid was left-off the list of venues as they feared the economic crisis would prevent the gig from being sold out.  They decided that they did not want to disappoint the fans, so agreed to perform the concert free of charge. This move by the band enabled tickets for the gig to be sold unusually cheap, with prices ranging from 18 (£15) to 39 (£33) Euros. Despite the initial fears that many Spanish fans would not be able to afford to attend the concert, the tickets have all been sold. 


The show will take place in Madrid on the 27th of June.