Jonas Brothers Announce Tour Dates Beginning This Summer
The Jonas Brothers have officially announced their upcoming tour, with dates starting this August. The band will be playing 35 shows around the country, beginning with two shows at Yankee Stadium. Their new album, titled The Album, is also releasing soon.
Jonas Brothers Announce New 2023 Tour Dates
“It’s official!” the group posted on Instagram Tuesday, alongside a poster for the upcoming tour. “FIVE ALBUMS. ONE NIGHT. THE TOUR. Register for Verified Fan now through Saturday, May 6th at 11:59PM ET for your chance to purchase tickets! Let’s go!”
According to Variety, the brothers will be performing several shows at baseball stadiums. Along with Yankee Stadium, they’ll also appear at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles and Wrigley Field in Chicago.
This new tour will feature music from five of their albums. The group previously said of their Yankee Stadium gigs that they would be performing “pretty much every song from all the albums,” so fans have a lot to look forward to.
According to Variety, Verified Fan ticket sales will begin on May 9, with the general sale on May 12. The announced dates run into October of this year.
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The Group’s New Album Is Out May 12
The Jonas Brothers will be releasing their latest album, titled simply The Album, on May 12. The group has already released two songs from the project, called “Wings” and “Waffle House.”
Other titles on the tracklist include “Miracle,” “Montana Sky,” “Sail Away,” and “Summer Baby.” The standard edition of the album will feature 12 total tracks, while the Target and Japanese exclusive versions will include alternate versions of “Waffle House” and “Vacation Eyes.”
Earlier this year, the group teased that the songs on the album would be “incredibly personal.” As Nick Jonas shared, “It’s kind of that mesh of the ’70s and early ’80s, but with a really modern twist.”