If you're planning to hit up the Bon Jovi concert at your local drive-in this weekend there are some things you should know before you go. Take a look and most importantly, make sure you have a great time!

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1. The Long Drive-In is showing the concert on Saturday, May 22, it's the closest theater to St. Cloud that'll have the concert. It's a one night only event. There are actually 2 other Minnesota drive-ins showing the concert also; Verne Drive-In, Mann Champlin Drive-In. Mann Champlin Drive-Ins 9 p.m. showing is sold out.

2. No, Bon Jovi will not actually be at the drive-in. It's a concert that'll be enjoyed on the big screen, simulcast on screens across the country at the same time.

3. Dean Lewis will be hosting the pre-show before Bon Jovi takes the stage. He's an Australian singer-songwriter that's known for his 2016 single 'Waves'.

4. It's an all ages show so you can feel free to bring the kids with you. For these reasons, alcoholic beverages are not sold or allowed into the movie theatre.

5. Tickets are $89 per vehicle. One ticket is good for up to 6 people (max per vehicle). There's also an option to buy the VIP fast pass which is $189 per vehicle. This will grant you early entry, priority parking, and you'll also get an Encore Drive-In Nights featuring Bon Jovi laminate and lanyard.

And, a bonus thing you should know: the weather looks like it could possibly rain. According to the National Weather Service, showers are likely with a 60 percent chance of thunderstorms. Fingers crossed the weather hold up!

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