When it comes to getting the best seats for the Jonas Brothers you have to know when the right time is to buy. Our goal is to help you find those hard-to-get seats without going over budget. We will go over some information about getting the best seats in the venue and some of the history of how we got where we are. Listed below are tickets to all of their concerts. If you don’t see a venue near you, try using the load more button. This will take you to a page that lists all of the future dates. If you don’t see anything right below, this means they aren’t playing any events right now.
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Wrapping up a long stint at the Las Vegas Dolby Live at Park MGM, the Jonas Brothers will most likely take a break. Once they decide to go on tour again, you can expect some large venues to be in the mix.
The album called “Happiness begins” was released in June 2019 and is the first one of the reunited line-up. It features reggae beats – in the track “Only Human”, an upbeat rhythm in the single “Sucker” and jams just perfect for beach parties in tracks like “Every Single Time”.
The album, which is partially dominated by drums and synthesizers, features also some bittersweet vibes tracks, such as “Don’t Throw It Away”, which sings about the ups and downs the brothers have been through, whilst the ballad “Hesitate” is a love letter that Joe sings to his new wife.
“Happiness begins” is the best work the 3 brothers have released either as a group or in individual projects since they entered the music industry and it proves that for them real friendship is one of the most important ingredients in order to enjoy making music. The album also shows that Jonas Brothers have grown up and had finally found their identities. They celebrate their family lives and manage to seize and transmit all the sparkle that comes from the sometimes bumpy, yet beautiful road they have traveled until now.
June 2019 brought another “treat” to the Jonas Brothers fan base: the documentary “Chasing Happiness”. This release might seem peculiar since none of the stars that Jonas Brothers shared the stage in the Disney era – Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, or Ariana Grande seem willing to return to the time and place where their careers began. Yet, the three brothers gather in this documentary home videos, tour footage, excerpts of interviews, and recording archives to present themselves to fans in an authentic light, from birth to rising fame to disagreements and reconciliation, a reconciliation that is reflected in the comeback album “Happiness Begins”.
In 2005, Kevin Jonas was 17, Joe Jonas was 15 and Nick Jonas was 12. Together the 3 brothers signed a deal with a record company after showing them the song “Please Be Mine”. They started to work on their debut album the same year. They also began touring with pop acts such as “Backstreet Boys”, Kelly Clarkson, and “The Cheetah Girls”. The debut album, called “It’s about time” was released in August 2006, with the song “Mandy” as the band’s first single. In 2006 the movie “Aquamarine” featured another song from this album called “Time for me to fly”.
The band’s next step was the collaboration with “Disney”: they composed the main theme for the animated series “American Dragon: Jake Long” and also performed several covers of “Disney” songs such as “Poor Unfortunate Souls” from the soundtrack of the animated movie “Little Mermaid”.
In 2007, the band signed a record contract with Disney’s Hollywood Records, and the premiere of “The Disney Channel” video “Year 3000” turned the song into a massive success.
Throughout 2007 the group continued their rise to fame: they produced more covers for Disney, original songs, and they released their eponymous album in August. They then had the pleasure of awarding a Teen Choice Award alongside Myle Cyrus.
In January 2008, the band hit the road with the tour “When You Look Me in the Eyes”, having “Rooney” as the opener. They also toured in Europe alongside “Boys Like Girls” and Avril Lavigne and began the shooting of “Camp Rock” a Disney movie that also featured Demi Lovato. The movie premiere in June 2008 was a big hit. This led to an explosion in fans.
This was a big year for the Jonas Brothers which brought the group their first No. 1 album on “Billboard 200”. “A Little Bit Longer” featured three singles: “Tonight”, “Burnin’Up” and “Lovebug”, and all three became instant hits.
In 2009 the group started recording their fourth studio album called “Lines, Vines and Trying Times”, which also debuted at #1 on “Billboard 200”. In February the boys performed on “Saturday Night Live”. They continued to work, filming “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam” and “Jonas”, a Disney show featuring also Frankie, their younger brother.
That same year they hosted the “Teen Choice Awards” ceremony, a step that proved they were recognized as an icon of the young generation’s music.
The first signs of problems within the band appeared after the cancellation of their TV show. They went separate ways to work on their own individual project.
In October 2012 they played a concert at “Radio City Music Hall”.
In 2013, the band was working on their fifth album called “V”, which was scheduled for release and an accompanying tour in October. A few days before the tour was supposed to start, the 3 brothers announced the tour was canceled due to creative differences.
The group officially disbanded 3 weeks later without finishing their fifth album and with only 5 songs of that album being released. This was a major setback for the group and it took a long time for them to get back together and make music once again.
They still have a huge following with over 23 million listens a month on Spotify. This is a significant amount. Their top hits are Sucker and Leave Before You Love Me. Each fan has their own favorite Jonas Brothers song, but these two take the cake in terms of listens.
Getting Tickets to the Show
Whether they have a long-term home like Las Vegas or hit the road playing all of the different style venues around the country or world, it will be up to you to budget for tickets. The best seats for a Jonas Brothers concert won’t come cheap so make sure you remember to get into the presales if possible. You could score some pit areas for less. Keep an eye out for tour announcements and get the tickets you deserve.