Legendary rocker Bon Jovi and bandmates are slated to play a free concert during the All-Star Game Weekend this summer.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Major League Baseball, and the event's sponsor, Bank of America, held a press conference announcing the band will play to a crowd of no more than 60,000 people. Tickets are free to fans, and according to a news article on MLB.com, tickets can be obtained a handful of different ways;

Fans will be able to register for a chance to win free tickets through MLB.com. Check back soon for details.

Tickets can also be obtained on a first-come, first-served basis, two per fan, throughout all five New York City boroughs.

Distribution begins 9 a.m. ET on Wednesday, July 2 at the following locations:

Only 7,500 tickets (with a limit of two per person) to the free Bon Jovi concert will be distributed at Yankee Stadium at the ticket windows outside Gate 4.

Tickets will also be distributed in Manhattan at various locations at dates and times to be announced.

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