Do you know where you’ll be in two years? Jon Bon Jovi does…

Bon Jovi, whose new album, “The Circle,” comes out Nov. 10, will embark on The Circle World tour in February. The New Jersey band, which, along with U2 and Madonna, are among the biggest concert acts in the world, will be on the road for two years playing 135 shows in a staggering 30 countries.

The tour includes the opening of the new Meadowlands Stadium, May 26-27.
 
 

There will also be a residency at London’s O2 Arena in June 2010 (the arena is still, clearly, filling in those dates from Michael Jackson’s cancelled dates)
February 19
 
 
Seattle, WA
KeyArena
 
 
February 22
San Jose, CA
HP Pavilion
February 24
Phoenix, AZ
Jobing.com Arena
February 26
Anaheim, CA
Honda Center
March 2
Sacramento, CA
ARCO Arena
March 4
Los Angeles, CA
STAPLES Center
March 6
Las Vegas, NV
MGM Grand Garden Arena
March 8
Denver, CO
Pepsi Center
March 9
Omaha, NE
Qwest Center
March 11
Wichita, KS
INTRUST Bank Arena
March 13
Fargo, ND
Fargodome
March 15
Kansas City, MO
Sprint Center
March 17
Detroit, MI
The Palace of Auburn Hills
March 19
Montreal, QC
Bell Centre
March 20
Montreal, QC
Bell Centre
March 23
Philadelphia, PA
Wachovia Center
March 24
Philadelphia, PA
Wachovia Center
March 29
Washington, D.C.
Verizon Center
April 7
St. Paul, MN
Xcel Center
April 10
Dallas, TX
American Airlines Center
April 13
Tulsa, OK
BOK Center
April 15
Atlanta, GA
Philips Arena
April 17
Tampa, FL
St. Pete Times Forum
April 18
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
BankAtlantic Center
April 21
Nashville, TN
Sommet Center
April 22
Charlotte, NC
Time Warner Cable Arena
May 26
East Rutherford, NJ
New Meadowlands Stadium
May 27
East Rutherford, NJ
New Meadowlands Stadium
July 15
Edmonton, AB
Commonwealth Stadium
July 17
Winnipeg, MB
Canad Inns Stadium
July 20
Toronto, ON
Rogers Centre
July 24
Foxboro, MA
Gillette Stadium
July 28
Regina, SK
Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field
July 30
Chicago, IL
Soldier Field