Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009
|Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009|
|Tour by Jonas Brothers|
|Associated album||Lines, Vines and Trying Times|
|Start date||May 18, 2009|
|End date||December 13, 2009|
|Shows||7 in South America
18 in Europe
58 in North America
2 in the Caribbean
1 in Central America
|Jonas Brothers tour chronology|
The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009 was the sixth concert tour and third headlining tour by the Jonas Brothers. It began on May 18, 2009 in Lima, Peru and ended on December 13, 2009 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Jonas Brothers played on multiple continents around the world. Honor Society served as an opening act, with Jordin Sparks as a special guest. The tour coincided with the release of their fourth studio album Lines, Vines and Trying Times which was released on June 16, 2009. The tour won the Eventful Fans' Choice Award at the 2009 Billboard Touring Awards and became the 6th highest selling tour in 2009 after The Circus Tour, the I Am... Tour, the Sticky & Sweet Tour, the U2 360° Tour and the Wonder World Tour.
The stage was set up in-the-round, and 144-feet-wide to allow for better audience viewing. It incorporated many features such as a one of a kind large circular water screen, laser and automated video effects and a giant crane that extends over the audience. The stage was designed similar to The Circus Starring Britney Spears. This stage was not used in the December 13, 2009 show in Puerto Rico or in any South America country, it was used a regular stage with one catwalk.
UK girl group Girls Can't Catch performed in UK tour dates.
The Wonder Girls, a South Korean girl group, joined the Jonas Brothers in various North American tour dates. Although, on July 1, it was announced that the Jonas Brothers and their management asked the Wonder Girls to open for their entire tour.
Also new pop singer Jessie James was added as a guest on tour. She served as a host for the concerts in June introducing each act and performing her single Wanted. She performed in all of the shows in June, 2009. She however did not perform at the Portland, Oregon concert.
Jordin Sparks did not appear at the San Antonio or Nashville shows because of throat problems, which couldn't let her sing. She did not appear at the New Orleans show because she was attending her boyfriend's funeral.
- Valerius (Opening Act, the Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland and France)
- Banda Cine (Opening Act, Brazil Only)
- Bocatabú (Opening Act, Dominican Republic Only)
- The Dolly Rockers
- Marilanne (Venezuela Only.)
- Margarita Perez (Panama Only.)
- Tuxido (North America Leg 2 Mexico Only.)
- Demi Lovato (South America, Europe, surprise guest at Toronto)
- Everlife (Special Guests, Nashville Only)
- Honor Society (North America)
- Jessie James (select dates in North America)
- Jordin Sparks (North America, Mexico)
- McFly (Surprise Guests, London Only)
- Miley Cyrus (Surprise Guest, Dallas Only)
- Wonder Girls (North America)
- Girls Can't Catch (UK Pt 2)
- Jacopo Sarno (Opening Act, Italy)
- Joy Mendy (surprise guest London)
Support acts setlists
Jonas Brothers setlists
- Due to Nick Jonas' suffering from an upper respiratory infection of the nose and throat, the Jonas Brothers were forced to cancel the November 7th performance in Zurich. This is the only cancelled date of the Tour.
- November 26 was announced as the end date of the World Tour to be held in Paris, France on their MySpace blog. However, December 13 was the Jonas Brothers' last tour date in Puerto Rico and their last performance of 2009.
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- (Korean) Kim, Hyeong-wu. 원더걸스 미국 데뷔 성공 가능성 얼마나 될까 (What are the Wonder Girls' Chances of Succeeding in American Debut?). Joins.com/Newsen. June 5, 2009. Retrieved June 5, 2009.
- Jonas Brothers NO KISSES Or PICTURES
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