Jonas Brothers have announced their The Tour’s date

Kelly Taylor

The Jonas Brothers are back with their world famous tours, which are basically their concerts across the world.

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Jonas Brothers are back

On May 12, 2023, the American pop-rock band put out The Album, their sixth studio album, and also revealed a date for The Tour.

Released The Album

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With eager excitement, the Waffle House singers recently disclosed 50 additional tour dates on Instagram. The band originally unveiled their upcoming tour in May.

Disclosed about their 50 tours

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Beginning in Atlanta in October, Nick, Joe, and Kevin Jonas, all of whom are in their thirties, will tour the United States and Canada until December.

It’s time for the US

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The 50 tour includes 26 North American gigs, with stops in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

Includes 50 stops

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On August 12, two sold-out nights at Yankee Stadium will serve as the Tour's official debut, which will be their longest run to date.

Event date

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They'll have performed 90 times in 20 different nations before it's all said and done.

Performing at 20 nations

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After confirming their tour in April, the band informed SiriusXM's Radio Andy that they would play "just about every song from all the albums" at the event.

They will every album

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Before it starts on August 3, North American fans can sign up to join now via 10 p.m. ET on July 31 in the Verified Fan presale on Ticketmaster.

Tickets booking date

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