Bon Jovi Play Massive 'Hard Rock' Show
Capcity crowd treated to three hour set at Hyde Park
Bon Jovi pulled out all the stops for the Hard Rock Calling Festival at the weekend.
The three day event saw the a whole host of artists including Stevie Nicks, Mike and the Mechanics, the Killers, Adam Ant and the Kaiser Chiefs perform at the annual event in London's Hyde Park.
But it was Bon Jovi who made the biggest impact with a whopping three hour set on Saturday night. Complete with guitarist Riche Sambora, who's back after spending the last two months in rehab, the band played a greatest hits set spanning their entire career.
If you weren't there, here's what you missed:
Raise Your Hands
You Give Love a Bad Name
Born to Be My Baby
We Weren't Born To Follow
It's My Life
In These Arms
Blaze of Glory
Lay Your Hands On Me
Captain Crash and the Beauty Queens From Mars
Bad Medicine/Pretty Woman
When Were Beautiful
I'll Be There For You
Who Says You Can't Go Home
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Have A Nice Day
Keep The Faith
Wanted Dead or Alive
Some Day I'll Be Saturday Night
Livin' On A Prayer
Blood On Blood
I Love This Town.
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