Saturday's concert was part of a late push by the Clinton campaign to boost the candidate's appeal using widely popular celebrities and politicians - many of whom can help Clinton capture the millennial vote that she has fiercely sought.
Three days before the election, pop singer Katy Perry gave a Philadelphia performance Saturday hoping to boost the Democrat's momentum.
In Pennsylvania, a new Morning Call poll showed Clinton with a four-point lead over Trump, leading 44 to 40.
"I took a picture with him, but he didn't realize I was giving him the finger", she said. "I want to be the president for everybody, everybody who agrees with me, people who don't agree with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me".
The Clinton campaign says it is focusing on securing its firewall in the West and upper Midwest.
AFP Getty Images Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton stands with Beyonce and Jay Z
It was an echo of Friday night, when Clinton packed an auditorium with 10,000 fans who wanted to see her - plus Queen Bey and Jay Z. "Her brain is always working, always thinking, always on".
Trump, meanwhile, planned a marathon day on the campaign trail, with stops in five states, including Minnesota, Michigan and Pennsylvania - states that have long proven unfriendly territory for Republican presidential candidates. "Just me. No guitar, no piano, no nothing".
Her campaign has hosted a series of free concerts created to drum up enthusiasm for her bid, particularly among millennials and minority voters.
Katy Perry has made no vague reference to who she supports in this current election cycle. "That a woman can be a politician, a scientist, anything". You're voting for public education. Her vice presidential running mate, Tim Kaine, was scheduled to appear with Bon Jovi on Saturday. He will be in Scranton on Monday.
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It is also where the militants are believed to have plotted attacks on Western nations, including last year's assault on Paris. McGurk says that "we want this to be as coordinated as possible, recognizing that there will be a mix of forces on the field".