Watch Bon Jovi's Munich Olympic Stadium gig live on NME.COM tonight (June 12)

Stream live video from UK tour warm-up at 6.45pm (BST)

Watch Bon Jovi's Munich Olympic Stadium gig live on NME.COM tonight (June 12)

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Bon Jovi are streaming the first 30 minutes of their gig at Munich's Olympic Stadium tonight (June 12) on NME.COM - you can watch the action unfold by scrolling down and clicking below at 6.45pm (BST).

The gig is a warm-up for the New Jersey rockers' UK stadium tour, which kicks off at Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium on June 22.

The jaunt also includes dates at Manchester LCCC (24) and Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium (27).

Jon Bon Jovi and co are also due to headline Hard Rock Calling at London's Hyde Park on June 25.

Earlier this year, drummer Tico Torres revealed that the band are planning to take hiatus for at least two years when their current world tour ends.

"Sometimes you need to get away so people can appreciate you better. The best thing I can tell you is we're going to need a couple of years off for sure," he told Rolling Stone.

The band scored the highest grossing tour of 2010, which included a 12-night residency at London's O2 Arena.

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