The performance marked the first time the band took the stage in public with founding guitarist Richie Sambora since 2013 and bassist Alec John Such - also playing guitar in Cleveland - since a one-off appearance in 2001, reported rollingstone.com.
Jon Bon Jovi opened his band's performance by asking the crowd: "You know where you are?"
"You're at a Bon Jovi concert. Out of your seats."
The group then played hits like "You Give Love a Bad Name" and "It's My Life."
Bon Jovi also performed "When We Were Us", a single that came out recently on a reissue of 2016's This House Is Not For Sale. The new song offered the band an opportunity to present a unified front: Sambora, playing the track live for the first time, shared a microphone with Jon Bon Jovi.
The band brought their performance to a close with a rendition of "Livin' on a Prayer". After finishing the performance, the bandmates hugged and raised their arms in unison.
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