Browns fans, meanwhile, are left wondering if the organization just sits around all day and tries to figure out ways in which to disappoint the city of Cleveland.
Of course, there is speculation that the concert was canceled in part due to weak ticket sales, which would make sense, as Bon Jovi already performed in Cleveland back in March of this year.
The concert was intended to be part of a Fan Fest kickoff event, so naturally, canceling it without any explanation whatsoever makes perfect sense. At this time, there is no information as to a possible replacement act.
Maybe Kenny Chesney would be interested in coming back?