A group of California tourists is planning to take part in a tour of the San Francisco Bay Area for Bon Jovis next summer.
The tour is to be held in the Bay Area from October 12 to 15, but the group said they would also be able to visit other areas of the city.
The group is planning on attending the concerts at the Golden Gate Bridge, Civic Center and the Civic Auditorium.
The Bay Area is home to many iconic buildings, including the San Jose Opera House, the Golden State Theatre, the San José Opera House and the Golden Theater.
The San Francisco Zoo has its own unique exhibit, the Zoo in the Jungle.
The area has a thriving music scene and a variety of cultures including Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese.
“The Bay Area has been an important cultural center in the US for the last century, and our tours are going to showcase that,” said Paul Leinonen, the group’s manager.
“Bon Jovi has been one of the biggest names in the world for over 50 years, so we’re looking forward to sharing that with the people of San Francisco.”
In 2015, Bon Jova took a tour on the Golden Gates Bridge, the second time the group has been in the area.
The first time was in 2012.
The band was accompanied by a group of fans.
“This year we are going for the big time with this new Bon Jovic tour,” Mr Leinenson said.
“We’re also planning to do a couple of shows in the San Mateo area.”
The group also has plans to visit a number of other locations in the city including the Golden Conduit Museum and the Oakland Museum.
Bon Javi have previously toured the area with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars and Adele.
In January last year, they performed at the historic San Francisco Opera House.
It was the second concert for the group.
“It’s been a long time coming, but we’re excited to take on this challenge of bringing this iconic cultural icon to the Bay,” Mr Pohle said.
The Bon Joves are currently on a US tour and are due to embark on a European tour this month.
They are scheduled to play two more shows in Sydney, Australia, before the end of the year.
“They are always coming up with new ideas for the show, so it’s great to be able share our passion for the music with them,” Mr Jovas music manager Alex Tkachenko said.
Mr Leinenonen said the group had been considering a trip to the Golden Retriever Park in Santa Cruz, California.
“A lot of the Golden Stables were built by the breeders, and it’s really nice to see them back in the wild again,” Mr Tkachko said.
There were plans to bring in a local photographer, but Mr Leiniensons team has been approached by a number other local photographers.
“With their experience, we have decided to work with local photographers instead,” Mr Mäkänen said.
They plan to spend two nights in Santa Rosa, California, and return to San Francisco on October 15.
Bonjovi is expected to perform in Sydney from September 27 to October 4.
“If we do well, we’ll be back for more dates in 2019,” Mr Bonjovis music manager said.