The `We Weren`t Born to Follow` rockers are "psyched" about performing their 14-date run of concerts - which was extended due to popular demand from the original planned five shows - at the UK city`s O2 Arena and will keep scheduling more concerts until fans get tired of them.
Singer Jon Bon Jovi said: "We are psyched about playing The O2, we put up the first ones and they sold out in days so looks like we`ll be staying for a while. And we`ll stay until people get sick of us and we`ll go back to America."
Although the rockers, also consisting of Richie Sambora, David Bryan and Tico Torres, are excited about performing live again, they aren`t looking forward to travelling to the UK until they are better prepared.
Jon explained to BBC Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton: "I`m happy to play live, it-s the rest of it that stinks, the travelling, but the playing is good.
"It is nice doing the new material, as you build up, you do TV shows and things so this is the first time we`ve really played it, it`s about remembering the right chords and stuff instead of just mugging it for a television camera. It feels really good, I can imagine what it will sound like in a big stadium."
Despite strong demand for the shows, the rockers have caused controversy with their pricing structure for the concerts, which sees seats being sold for £45-£200, while premium tickets cost a staggering £1,300.
Outraged fans have called for a boycott of the dates over the "ludicrous" pricing.