Bon Jovi to perform at The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge housewarming party

by Martin

Bon Jovi in concert - London

Kate Middleton and Prince William are throwing a little housewarming party at their new home at Kensington Palace.

We say little, but let’s not kid ourselves, this party won’t be your average housewarming party with beers and people sat on deck chairs while the furniture removal van brings the furniture a day late. This is going to be a proper Royal affair.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are going all out with their housewarming party by having none other than Jon Bon Jovi perform a special gig.

The home, which has 20 rooms welcomed the royal couple and 11 week old Prince George this week reports have said. The couple didn’t just want to move into their new Royal digs in secret, instead they’re throwing a charity bash.


Hello! magazine has reported that the charity event will be in aid of Centrepoint – a charity in aid of the homeless and the event itself will take place on the 26th of November.

The palace’s State Apartments will play host to the lavish event with a champagne reception in the King’s Gallery ballroom and the couple will host a dinner before the proceedings move outside to the gardens into a marquee where Bon Jovi will perform.

A source spoke to Hello! magazine and claimed that guests will pay a staggering £5000 for a ticket to the party and said:

“This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime event that cannot be missed. Kensington Palace will be decorated as never before, in the style of Doctor Zhivago’s winter ice palace, covered in falling snow.”


Speaking of Bon Jovi, New Jersey Devils (ice hockey team) have booed Bon Jovi and his track ‘This Is Our House’ out of the arena after Gary Glitters ‘Rock & Roll Part II’ was removed as the official goal song for the team.

Prior to that Cincinnati Bengals fans complained on social networking sites after Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’ was played during player introductions. Ooh err. They really aren’t happy.

Watch the video below for fans reaction of the Bon Jovi track being played.