A lot has changed about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Bon Jovi in the 19 years since they last played Wembley Stadium.
The band has lost founding member and guitar player Richie Sambora, and they're all sporting more grey hair.
However, there's also plenty that has stayed the same. Mainly that frontman Jon Bon Jovi is still able to command a 70,000 audience with ease.
The band open with the namesake of their tour, 'This House Is Not For Sale', before rolling straight into classic singalong hit 'Raise Your Hands'.
Unfazed by the size of the crowd, Jon swaggers round the stage like a peacock, and easily has everyone singing along to the massive chorus. It's no chore for him to get an entire stadium throwing their hands in to the air like they have been since the 80s.
With a back catalogue that encompasses so many well-loved tracks, it could be easy for them to go through the motions and let the audience fill in the rest.
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However, that's not really their style, and they put as much effort and energy into their live offerings as they did at the start of the band almost four decades ago.
The band appreciate that the majority of the crowd are there for their hits, and they roll through a setlist that covers every Jovi era including 'Born To Be My Baby', 'Lay Your Hands On Me', 'Keep The Faith' and 'Blood On Blood'.
Phil X has replaced Sambora, who quit the band in 2013, and he fits in with ease and gets the roaring seal of approval from the crowd.