Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009

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Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009
Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009.jpg
Official poster
Tour by Jonas Brothers
Associated album Lines, Vines and Trying Times
Start date May 18, 2009
End date December 13, 2009
Legs 9
Shows 7 in South America
18 in Europe
58 in North America
2 in the Caribbean
1 in Central America
86 total
Jonas Brothers concert chronology
Burnin' Up Tour
(2008)
Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009
(2009)
Jonas Brothers Live in Concert World Tour 2010
(2010)[1]

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.[2] The tour coincided with the release of their fourth studio album Lines, Vines and Trying Times which was released on June 16, 2009.[3] The tour won the Eventful Fans' Choice Award at the 2009 Billboard Touring Awards[4] 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.[5]

Stage[edit]

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.

Support[edit]

Demi Lovato supported them in Europe and also in all their Latin America tour dates.[6]

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.[7] Although, on July 1, it was announced that the Jonas Brothers and their management asked the Wonder Girls to open for their entire tour.[8]

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.

Support acts setlists[edit]

Jonas Brothers setlists[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

[2][10]

Date City Country Venue
South America I
May 18, 2009 Lima Peru Estadio Nacional
May 19, 2009
May 20, 2009 Santiago Chile Club Hípico de Santiago
May 21, 2009 Buenos Aires Argentina River Plate Stadium
May 23, 2009 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Sambadrome
May 24, 2009 São Paulo Morumbi Stadium
Europe I
June 13, 2009 Madrid Spain Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid
June 14, 2009 Paris France Le Zénith
June 15, 2009 London United Kingdom Wembley Arena
North America I
June 20, 2009 Arlington United States Cowboys Stadium
June 22, 2009 Tulsa BOK Center
June 24, 2009 Denver Pepsi Center
June 26, 2009 Nampa Idaho Center
June 27, 2009 Portland Rose Garden
June 28, 2009 Tacoma Tacomadome
June 29, 2009 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place
June 30, 2009
July 2, 2009 Edmonton Rexall Place
July 4, 2009 Provo United States Stadium of Fire
July 5, 2009 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre
July 7, 2009 Omaha United States Qwest Center
July 8, 2009 Minneapolis Target Center
July 9, 2009 Milwaukee Bradley Center
July 10, 2009 Rosemont Allstate Arena
July 11, 2009
July 13, 2009 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center
July 14, 2009 East Rutherford Izod Center
July 15, 2009
July 17, 2009 Boston TD Garden
July 18, 2009
July 19, 2009 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
July 20, 2009
July 21, 2009
July 23, 2009 Philadelphia Wachovia Center
July 24, 2009
July 25, 2009 Pittsburgh Mellon Arena
July 26, 2009 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
July 28, 2009 St. Louis Scottrade Center
July 29, 2009 Kansas City Sprint Center
July 31, 2009 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey
August 1, 2009 Paradise United States Mandalay Bay Events Center
August 3, 2009 San Jose HP Pavilion at San Jose
August 4, 2009 Sacramento ARCO Arena
August 5, 2009 Fresno Save Mart Center
August 7, 2009 Los Angeles Staples Center
August 8, 2009
August 9, 2009
August 11, 2009 Glendale Jobing.com Arena
August 13, 2009 San Antonio AT&T Center
August 14, 2009 Houston Toyota Center
August 15, 2009 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
August 16, 2009 Birmingham BJCC
August 18, 2009 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum
August 19, 2009 Sunrise BankAtlantic Center
August 21, 2009 Charlotte Time Warner Cable Arena
August 22, 2009 Atlanta Philips Arena
August 23, 2009 Lexington Rupp Arena
August 25, 2009 Nashville Sommet Center
August 26, 2009 Columbus Nationwide Arena
August 27, 2009 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena
August 29, 2009 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
August 30, 2009 Toronto Rogers Centre
August 31, 2009 Ottawa Scotiabank Place
October 9, 2009 Uncasville United States Mohegan Sun Arena
October 10, 2009
Caribbean I
October 25, 2009 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez
South America II
October 27, 2009 Caracas Venezuela Hipodromo La Rinconada
Central America
October 28, 2009 Panama City Panama Figali Convention Center
North America II
October 30, 2009 Guadalajara Mexico Estadio 3 de Marzo
October 31, 2009 Mexico City Foro Sol
Europe II
November 3, 2009 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
November 4, 2009 Pesaro Adriatic Arena
November 6, 2009 Turin Palasport Olimpico
November 7, 2009 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
November 10, 2009 Bilbao Spain Bizkaia Arena
November 11, 2009 Madrid Palacio de Deportes
November 13, 2009 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
November 14, 2009 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
November 15, 2009 Cologne Germany Palladium
November 17, 2009 Birmingham England LG Arena
November 18, 2009 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
November 20, 2009 London Wembley Arena
November 21, 2009
November 22, 2009 Manchester MEN Arena
November 24, 2009 Dublin Ireland The O2
November 26, 2009 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
Caribbean II
December 13, 2009 San Juan Puerto Rico Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot

Additional notes[edit]

  • 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.[11] 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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