Jon Bon Jovi headlined a private birthday bash for Tiffany Cuban, wife of Dallas Mavericks' owner Mark Cuban.
How does a famous billionaire toast his wife on her 40th birthday? With Jon Bon Jovi at their Preston Hollow Mansion.
Friday night, Mavericks owner Mark Cuban surprised his wife, Tiffany, with a private concert under an enormous tent erected on the couple’s property.
Cuban invited 100 of Tiffany’s closest friends and family to the event, catered by Kent Rathbun of Abacus fame.
Jack Ingram opened the night at around 9 p.m. and after a few songs, he left the stage and Jon Bon Jovi appeared to play for the intimate crowd.
The rocker from New Jersey played favorites like "You Give Love a Bad Name," "Wanted Dead or Alive," and "I'll Be There for You."
We hear that Bon Jovi told the crowd that he rarely sings for birthday parties, but when Mark Cuban called, there was no question.
After the concert, Bon Jovi gave Cuban’s wife a Cartier watch which was engraved with a birthday greeting from Jon.
Also in attendance was Dirk Nowitzki, Rick Carlisle, Delonte West, Michael Finley and George Lynch.
Sources tell us Bon Jovi stayed at Jerry Jones’ daughter, Charlotte Jones’ house. The rocker is friends with Charlotte and her husband Shy Anderson.
Bon Jovi was also spotted getting a latte at DRIP coffee in Highland Park on Saturday morning before leaving Dallas.