If you believe everything you read on the internet, and of course we all do, then you must believe that you and your adoring groom can look up from the dance floor on your wedding day at the stage where the wedding band is performing and see Jon Bon Jovi and the band serenading you on your big day.

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As a matter of fact, bookingentertainment.com says it’s easy! Easy? To get Bon Jovi to sing at your wedding? Nothing is easy, so what’s the catch?

It’s pretty obvious that one of the biggest catches for most young couples, and frankly, all other mere mortals is going to be the budget. It’s a pretty good bet that if you’re hiring Bon Jovi for the wedding, you might have to skip the sushi and ice cream station. But is it even possible to get a price for a world famous band like Bon Jovi?

It turns out that there is a price floating out there according to New Jersey Bride. They spoke with an agent out of New York, and he did quote a price. Care to take a guess?
Here’s the first hint. The agent says the performance would last 20 minutes. Take your best guess now.

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If this quote is right, you’ll fork over three quarters of a million dollars for that 20 minute set. That’s $37,500 a minute. So much for the honeymoon.

But let’s be honest. We’re talking about one of the premiere rock bands of all time, so maybe it’s priced specifically to keep their weekends free. And who can blame them? After all, there’s only one Tommy and Gina, right?

By the way, we searched online, and couldn't find one example of Bon Jovi being a wedding band, except for that one duet, of course.


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