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BON JOVI TO AID AMERICAN RED CROSS FLOOD RELIEF EFFORT BY COLLECTING DONATIONS AT PINE KNOB TUESDAY

 AUBURN HILLS, Mich., July 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Bon Jovi will collect donations at its performance this Tuesday, July 27, at Pine Knob Music Theatre to assist the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
 The money will be used to aid victims of the recently flooded areas throughout the Midwest.
 Booths will be set up at Pine Knob at designated collection points around the theater. Persons will be able to make donations in cash or checks at these points before the show, during intermission and after the show.
 Bon Jovi will support this effort at all of the remaining dates on the tour. After the last U.S. date in Columbia, Md., the contributions will be totaled and Bon Jovi will then match the total figure and donate the money to the American Red Cross.
 Including the Pine Knob date, Bon Jovi will make nine more appearances in this tour. The band will have been collecting donations for this effort over a total of 12 shows.
 Bon Jovi with special guest Extreme will perform at Pink Knob Music Theatre this Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
 Tickets at $22.50 pavilion and $18.50 lawn are on sale at The Palace and Pine Knob box offices and all Ticketmaster centers including Hudson's, Harmony House and Great Stuff! stores.
 Tickets may be charged by phone to American Express, VISA, MasterCard or Discover by calling 313-645-6666.
 Bon Jovi with special guest Extreme are part of the Miller Lite Concert Series at Pine Knob.
 For more information, call 313-377-0100.
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 /CONTACT: Marilyn Desjardins or Jeff Corey of The Palace of Auburn Hills, 313-377-8204/


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