Bon Jovi have agreed to waive their own fee for their concert in debt-ridden Spain.
The singer has decided to reduce the price for the tickets to his Madrid show, as a gesture of consideration to the strain on Spanish people because of the financial crisis.
Originally there was no plan for the band to perform in the city because it was thought that the tickets would not sell out.
But the generous step by the star means that tickets that are selling elsewhere for about 70-80 Euros will now sell for as cheap as 18- 40 Euros in Spain.
Jon Bon Jovi is quoted in Spain’s newspaper E l Mundo saying: “It’s a way to thank the Spanish fans for 30 years of support.”
The band will play their “free” gig in the Spanish capital on the 27th June.
Bon Jovi will soon be heading to the UK to play at this year’s Isle of Wight festival before going to Hyde Park to headline the British Summertime Festival.
During their career, Bon Jovi have released 12 studio albums, plus three compilations and two live albums.
They have sold more than 100 million records, and performed more than 2,700 concerts in over 50 countries.
Unemployment in Spain jumped to a record 27.2% in the first quarter of 2013.