Bon Jovi have announced that they'll rock the Madison Square Garden benefit concert!

From an online article:

"The band made the announcement via their official Facebook page...stating that they were excited to be a part of the Sandy Concert Benefit, which will be held at Madison Square Garden.

The Sandy Concert Benefit tickets will go on sale on Monday, Dec. 3rd for the special one night only live music event. All proceeds from the show will go to help provide assistance to the millions of people throughout the tri-state area who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy."

Bon Jovi will be joining Dave Grohl, Eddie Vedder, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Paul McCartney, Kanye West, Roger Waters, Alicia Keys, The Who, Billy Joel and others on Dec. 12 to raise money for the Robin Hood Relief Fund to benefit devastated areas of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Catch it live if you can, but if you can't be at Madison Square Garden that night, at least you can watch it on TV.

From variety.com:

"HBO, AMC, Showtime and Sundance Channel are just four of the domestic networks that will televise the show aimed to serve as a benefit to the victims of the vicious storm that caused tumultuous damage on the East Coast several weeks ago. Other details of which networks will air the concert are still being worked out, but several more are likely to be added on.

The show will be also be livestreamed by Hulu, Yahoo and AOL.