List of Jonas Brothers concert tours

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The following is a list of tours by the Jonas Brothers.

Jonas Brothers Fall 2005 Promo Tour[edit]

Jonas Brothers Fall 2005 Promo Tour
Tour by Jonas Brothers
Associated album It's About Time
Start date November 5, 2005
End date December 17, 2005
Legs 1
Shows 16 in North America
16 Total
Jonas Brothers concert chronology
Jonas Brothers Fall 2005 Promo Tour
(2005)
Jonas Brothers American Club Tour
(2006)

The Jonas Brothers Fall 2005 Promo Tour was the Jonas Brothers first tour, to promote their debut album It's About Time. It began on November 5, 2005, and ended on December 17, 2005. The tour also became a part of The Cheetah-licious Christmas Tour, as the Jonas Brothers were surprise guests who opened for both The Cheetah Girls and Aly & AJ for a total of 10 dates, while on this tour.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
November 8, 2005 Boston United States Middle East
November 10, 2005 Philadelphia North Star
November 12, 2005 Bay Shore Boulton Center for Performing Arts
November 20, 2005 Montclair Bloomfield Ave. Cafe
November 26, 2005 Hartford Webster Underground
November 27, 2005 Asbury Park The Stone Pony
December 6, 2005 Newark Performing Arts Center (Cheetah Girls)
December 7, 2005 Syracuse Landmark Theater
December 9, 2005 Albany Palace Theatre
December 10, 2005 Providence Providence Performing Arts Center
December 11, 2005 Reading Sovereign Center
December 12, 2005 Toms River Rittaco Center
December 13, 2005 Boston Orpheum Theatre
December 14, 2005 Philadelphia Kimmel Center
December 15, 2005 Wallingford Chevrolet Theatre
December 17, 2005 New York City Nokia Theatre Times Square

Jonas Brothers American Club Tour[edit]

Jonas Brothers American Club Tour
Tour by Jonas Brothers
Associated album It's About Time
Start date January 28, 2006
End date March 3, 2006
Legs 1
Shows 28 in North America
28 Total
Jonas Brothers concert chronology
Jonas Brothers Fall 2005 Promo Tour
(2005)
Brothers American Club
(2006)
Marvelous Party Tour
(2007)

The Jonas Brothers American Club Tour was also held promote their debut album, It's About Time.[1] Most of the tour was held in clubs and very small venues, as the band wasn't very well known at the time; relating with the equally young artist, Jen Marks. The tour began on January 28, 2006 and ended on March 3, 2006. They played a total of 28 shows.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
January 28, 2006 Roseville United States Underground Cafe
January 30, 2006 Seattle Crocodile
January 31, 2006 Portland Roseland Grill
February 2, 2006 Fort Collins The Starlight
February 3, 2006 Denver Rock Island
February 4, 2006 Kansas City Uptown Theater
February 5, 2006 Columbia Mojo's
February 6, 2006 Minneapolis 7th Street Entry
February 8, 2006 Chicago Beat Kitchen
February 9, 2006 Indianapolis The Emerson Theater
February 11, 2006 Columbus The Basement
February 12, 2006 Buffalo Town Ballroom
February 14, 2006 New York City Avalon
February 15, 2006 Boston The Palladium
February 16, 2006 Providence Living Room
February 17, 2006 Hartford Webster Underground
February 18, 2006 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
February 20, 2006 Philadelphia North Star
February 21, 2006 Wilkes-Barre High School
February 23, 2006 Charlotte Tremont
February 24, 2006 Norfolk Norva Theatre
February 25, 2006 Charleston Music Farm
February 27, 2006 Nashville 3rd & Lindsley
February 28, 2006 Atlanta Masquerade
March 1, 2006 Gainesville Common Grounds
March 2, 2006 Tampa State Theatre
March 3, 2006 Orlando Back Booth

Marvelous Party Tour[edit]

Marvelous Party Tour
Tour by Jonas Brothers
Associated album Jonas Brothers
Start date June 25, 2007
End date October 21, 2007
Legs 3
Shows 46 in North America
Jonas Brothers concert chronology
Jonas Brothers American Club Tour
(2006)
Marvelous Party Tour
(2007)
When You Look Me in the Eyes Tour
(2008)

The Marvelous Party Tour (often called the "Prom Tour") was the third tour from the Jonas Brothers. It is a prom-themed summer/fall tour that promoted their second album, Jonas Brothers. The tour contained decorations such as photo booths to add realism to the prom theme. It began on June 25, 2007 and ended on October 21, 2007. It lasted for a total of 46 dates, making it their third longest tour.[2]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
June 23, 2007 Winter Haven United States Cypress Gardens
June 25, 2007 Lodi Felician College
June 27, 2007 Nashville Ryman Auditorium
June 28, 2007 Eureka Six Flags St. Louis
June 29, 2007 Pleasanton Alameda County Fair
June 30, 2007 Del Mar San Diego County Fair
July 2, 2007 Cleveland House of Blues
July 5, 2007 Jackson Six Flags Great Adventure
July 6, 2007 Cohasset South Shore Music Circus
July 7, 2007 Westbury North Fork Theatre
July 9, 2007 Myrtle Beach House of Blues
July 11, 2007 Savannah Johnny Mercer Theatre
July 12, 2007 Austell Six Flags Over Georgia
July 13, 2007 Bessemer Alabama Adventure
July 14, 2007 Baton Rouge Dixie Landin Theme Park
July 15, 2007 Gurnee Six Flags Great America
July 16, 2007 Albuquerque Kiva Auditorium
July 17, 2007 Tempe Marquee Theatre
July 19, 2007 Santa Rosa Sonoma County Fair
July 21, 2007 Stillwater Lumberjack Days
July 22, 2007 Radio Disney Parade
July 24, 2007 Tulsa Tulsa Performing Arts Center
July 26, 2007 Corpus Christi Selena Auditorium
July 28, 2007 Readington Festival of Ballooning
July 29, 2007 Philadelphia Penn's Landing Great Plaza
July 30, 2007 Paso Robles California Mid-State Fair
July 31, 2007 West Hollywood The Roxy Theatre
August 2, 2007 Mitchellville Six Flags America
August 3, 2007 Providence Lupo’s
August 4, 2007 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
August 5, 2007 Atlantic City Atlantic City Outlets, The Walk
August 6, 2007 New York City Gramercy Theatre
August 7, 2007
August 9, 2007 Agawam Six Flags New England
August 11, 2007 Sparta Kentucky Speedway
August 13, 2007 Indianapolis Indiana State Fair
August 14, 2007 Greensburg Palace Theater
August 16, 2007 Poughkeepsie The Chance
August 17, 2007 Altamont Altamont Fair
August 19, 2007 San Juan Puerto Rico Centro de Bellas Artes de Santurce, Luis A. Ferré
August 21, 2007 Orlando United States House of Blues
August 23, 2007 Ocean Grove Bash at the Beach
September 1, 2007 Valdosta Wild Adventures
September 23, 2007 Puyallup Puyallup Fair
October 7, 2007 Mechanicsville Virginia State Fair
October 8, 2007 Dallas State Fair of Texas
October 9, 2007 Perris Southern California Fair
October 14, 2007 Perry Georgia National Fair
October 15, 2007 Columbia South Carolina State Fair

Best of Both Worlds Tour[edit]

The Jonas Brothers were the opening act for Miley Cyrus' Best Of Both Worlds Tour. The tour went from October 18, 2007 to January 9, 2008. They also appeared in the concert film Best of Both Worlds Concert, in which they sang We Got The Party with Cyrus' Hannah Montana, then When You Look Me in the Eyes and finally Year 3000.

When You Look Me in the Eyes Tour[edit]

The Best Damn Tour[edit]

The Jonas Brothers were the opening act for Avril Lavigne' The Best Damn World Tour[3]

Burnin' Up Tour[edit]

Burnin' Up Tour
Tour by Jonas Brothers
Associated album A Little Bit Longer (Jonas Brothers)
Don't Forget (Demi Lovato)
Start date July 4, 2008
End date March 22, 2009
Legs 3
Shows 48 in North America
Jonas Brothers concert chronology
When You Look Me in the Eyes Tour
(2008)
Burnin' Up Tour
(2008)
Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009
(2009)

The Burnin' Up Tour is the fifth concert tour by the Jonas Brothers. This tour was to promote their third album A Little Bit Longer. This tour had also promoted the Disney Channel Original Movie, Camp Rock in which the Jonas Brothers had starred. Also, the Burning Up Tour was used to promote Disney starlet, Demi Lovato's music. The tour had started on July 4, 2008. The shows performed in Anaheim on July 13 and 14 were filmed for the concert film Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience which was released February 27, 2009. The film includes musical duets from Demi Lovato and Joe, Taylor Swift with the brothers and the Jonas' bodyguard Robert "Big Rob" Feggans; all three were credited as the main cast of this film. The live soundtrack was released the same week prior to the film's release on February 24, 2009.[4]

Avril Lavigne, Demi Lovato, The Veronicas, Robert Schwartzman of Rooney and country star Taylor Swift as guest performers on several tour dates. Taylor Swift performed her single "Should've Said No" as a duet with the Jonas Brothers. The tour went on to gross US$41 million in 48 shows.[5] Honor Society opened for the Jonas Brothers and guest performed with them in Puerto Rico on March 22, 2009.

Set list[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

[6]

Date City Country Venue
North America
July 4, 2008 Toronto Canada Molson Amphitheatre
July 5, 2008 Clarkston United States DTE Energy Music Theatre
July 6, 2008 Milwaukee Summerfest
July 8, 2008 Oklahoma City Ford Center
July 9, 2008 Dallas SuperPages.com Center
July 11, 2008 Phoenix Cricket Wireless Pavilion
July 12, 2008 Irvine Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
July 13, 2008 Anaheim Honda Center
July 14, 2008
July 15, 2008 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
July 16, 2008 Sacramento Sleep Train Amphitheatre
July 17, 2008 Concord Sleep Train Pavilion
July 19, 2008 Greenwood Village Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
July 21, 2008 Omaha Qwest Center
July 22, 2008 Maryland Heights Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
July 23, 2008 Noblesville Verizon Wireless Music Center
July 25, 2008 Hershey Star Pavilion at Hersheypark Stadium
July 26, 2008 Hartford New England Dodge Music Center
July 28, 2008 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
July 29, 2008 Charlotte Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
July 30, 2008 Raleigh Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
August 1, 2008 Scranton Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain
August 2, 2008 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
August 6, 2008 Baltimore 1st Mariner Arena
August 7, 2008 Mansfield Comcast Center
August 8, 2008 Wantagh Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
August 9, 2008 New York City Madison Square Garden
August 10, 2008
August 11, 2008
August 14, 2008 Bethel Bethel Woods Center for The Arts
August 15, 2008 Corfu Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
August 16, 2008 Holmdel Township PNC Bank Arts Center
August 18, 2008 Bristow Nissan Pavilion
August 19, 2008 Virginia Beach Verizon Wireless Virginia Beach Amphitheater
August 20, 2008 Atlanta Lakewood Amphitheatre
August 22, 2008 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
August 23, 2008 Columbus Nationwide Arena
August 24, 2008 Tinley Park First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
August 26, 2008 Burgettstown Post-Gazette Pavilion
August 27, 2008 Camden Susquehanna Bank Center
August 29, 2008 Syracuse Great New York State Fair
August 30, 2008 Allentown Great Allentown Fair
August 31, 2008 Essex Junction The Champlain Valley Exposition
September 2, 2008 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
September 4, 2008 Tampa Ford Amphitheatre
September 5, 2008 West Palm Beach Cruzan Amphitheatre
December 20, 2008 Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol
March 22, 2009 San Juan Puerto Rico Coliseo de Puerto Rico, José Miguel Agrelot

Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009[edit]

Jonas Brothers Live in Concert World Tour 2010[edit]

Jonas Brothers Live in Concert World Tour 2010
Jonas Brothers Live in Concert World Tour 2010.jpg
Official poster
Tour by Jonas Brothers
Associated album Lines, Vines and Trying Times
Jonas L.A.
Here We Go Again
Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
Start date August 7, 2010
End date November 13, 2010
Legs 7
Shows 27 in United States
3 in Canada
2 in the Caribbean
2 in Mexico
1 in Central America
8 in South America
43 Total
(2 shows cancelled)

13 Road Dogs games
Jonas Brothers concert chronology
Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009
(2009)
Jonas Brothers Live in Concert World Tour 2010
(2010)
Jonas Brothers World Tour 2012/2013
(2012/2013)

The Jonas Brothers Live In Concert is the seventh concert tour by American pop rock band, the Jonas Brothers to promote on their fourth studio album Lines, Vines and Trying Times and the soundtrack to their Disney Channel show Jonas L.A.. The tour started on August 7, 2010 in Tinley Park, Illinois and ended on November 13, 2010 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The tour included cities in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America and South America. The brothers were accompanied by Demi Lovato and the cast of Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam to promote their albums Here We Go Again and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam respectively.

On November 1, 2010, Demi Lovato was dropped out of the tour after a dispute arose to the public light involving her apparently punching one of the dancers of the tour. After Lovato left, she was interned in a treatment center to seek out help and the tour continued without her until its last show.

Background[edit]

Jonas Brothers performing on their 2010 World Tour in September 2010

While announcing Nick Jonas' side-project Nick Jonas and the Administration, the Jonas Brothers announced they were planning a world tour to take place during the summer of 2010.[citation needed]

On April 27, 2010, the band and Lovato officially announced the tour, through their official websites and MySpace pages. The tour featured the band with special guests Lovato and their friends and co-stars from Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. The tour included both songs by the band and songs from the films. The pop group Savvy performed as a supporting act on select dates.[7] The brothers set list also included songs from the soundtrack to their Disney Channel Original Series, Jonas L.A..

The tour began on August 7, 2010 in Illinois. It was originally supposed to begin on July 27, 2010 in Dallas, Texas, but was moved back, due to changes in their schedule. Unlike the previous tour, the Jonas Brothers Live in Concert had a simple yet complex stage design. The stage consisted of multiple vertical moving screens that displayed different images or graphics while the brothers played. This concert was not in the round and played mostly in amphitheaters across the country and around the world.

Road Dogs[edit]

For the second year in a row, the Jonas Brothers held several softball games with their team the "Road Dogs" throughout the tour. The games were part of the "X the TXT" campaign which brings awareness to the dangers of texting while driving. "We’re a part of the "X the Text" campaign with our sponsor Allstate, which is an amazing thing. So many teen drivers and drivers out there have accidents texting while driving, and it’s such a [great] thing to bring awareness to this", told Kevin Jonas to MTV.[8]

Setlist[edit]

North America[edit]

South America[edit]

Caribbean[edit]

Notes[edit]

On August 28, 2010, Nick Jonas performs 'Rose Garden' on tour in Atlantic City.[14] On August 29, 2010, Nick performed "Stay" on tour during a concert in Virginia Beach.[15] On September 18, 2010, Nick performed two songs: "Who I Am" and "Last Time Around" during a concert in Mountain View, CA.[16][17]

On August 22, 2010, the band made a change to their set due to inclement weather and the need to rush the show that they did not perform "Drive My Car" at their show in Wantagh, New York.

On November 1, 2010, Lovato dropped out of the tour, due to health reasons.[18][19][20][21][22][23][24]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City State/Province/Country Venue
United States
August 7, 2010 Tinley Park Illinois First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
August 8, 2010 Noblesville Indiana Verizon Wireless Music Center
August 10, 2010 Cincinnati Ohio Riverbend Music Center
August 11, 2010 Burgettstown Pennsylvania First Niagara Pavilion
August 12, 2010 Bristow Virginia Jiffy Lube Live
August 13, 2010 Hartford Connecticut Comcast Theatre
August 14, 2010 Hershey Pennsylvania Hersheypark Stadium
August 16, 2010 Holmdel New Jersey PNC Bank Arts Center
August 17, 2010
August 21, 2010 Wantagh New York Jones Beach
August 22, 2010
August 25, 2010 Mansfield Massachusetts Comcast Center
August 26, 2010
August 27, 2010 Camden New Jersey Susquehanna Bank Center
August 28, 2010 Atlantic City Trump Taj Mahal
August 29, 2010 Virginia Beach Virginia Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
August 31, 2010 Cleveland Ohio Quicken Loans Arena
September 1, 2010 Clarkston Michigan DTE Energy Music Theatre
Canada
September 2, 2010 Toronto Ontario Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
September 3, 2010
September 4, 2010 Montreal Quebec Bell Centre
United States
September 7, 2010 West Palm Beach Florida Cruzan Amphitheatre
September 10, 2010 San Antonio Texas AT&T Center
September 11, 2010 Houston Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
September 12, 2010 Dallas Superpages.com Center
September 14, 2010 Phoenix Arizona Cricket Wireless Pavilion
September 16, 2010 Chula Vista California Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre
September 17, 2010 Wheatland Sleep Train Amphitheatre
September 18, 2010 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
September 19, 2010 Irvine Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
Caribbean
October 15, 2010 San Juan Puerto Rico Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot
October 16, 2010 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Palacio de los Deportes Virgilio Travieso Soto
Mexico
October 23, 2010 Guadalajara Jalisco Estadio Tres de Marzo
October 24, 2010 Mexico City Distrito Federal Foro Sol
Central America
October 26, 2010 San José Costa Rica Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Aymá
South America
October 28, 2010 Bogotá Colombia Simón Bolívar Park
October 30, 2010 Lima Peru Estadio Monumental
November 1, 2010 Quito Ecuador Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
November 4, 2010 Santiago Chile Estadio Monumental David Arellano
November 6, 2010 São Paulo Brazil Estádio Oswaldo Teixeira Duarte
November 7, 2010 Rio de Janeiro Ginásio do Maracanãzinho
November 10, 2010 Porto Alegre Ginásio Gigantinho
November 13, 2010 Buenos Aires Argentina River Plate Stadium

Cancellations

Date City, State Venue Additional Info
September 8, 2010 Tampa, Florida 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre Not rescheduled
October 21, 2010 San Nicolás, Mexico Estadio Universitario Not rescheduled

Notes: Some of these tour dates have been canceled and changed. The tour started on August 6, 2010, two weeks later than planned, which allowed Nick Jonas to perform in the West End production of Les Misérables as Marius Pontmercy in London. The Tampa, Florida tour was cancelled due to flash flooding at Tampa's 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheater. The San Nicolás, Mexico tour was also cancelled. Both shows were not rescheduled.

Boxscore[edit]

Venue City Tickets Sold/Available Gross Revenue
Hersheypark Stadium Hershey 15,607/28,262 (55%) US$756,490
DTE Energy Music Center Clarkston 15,158/15,158 (100%) US$616,829
Bell Centre Montreal 9,162/12,462 (74%) US$765,464
Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot San Juan 8,304/13,128 (63%) US$690,978
Estadio do Caninde São Paulo 9,831/21,205 (43%) US$1,701,270
Pista de Atletismo Rio de Janeiro 6,612/8,390 (79%) US$999,107
Ginásio Gigantinho Porto Alegre 6,887/11,925 (58%) US$735,152
TOTAL 71,561/110,530 (65%) US$6,265,290

Road Dogs tour[edit]

The band held several softball games with their team the Road Dogs throughout the tour. The games were part of the "X the TXT" campaign, raising awareness of the dangers of texting while driving.

Date City State
United States
August 6, 2010 Joliet Illinois
August 12, 2010 Washington, D.C.
August 13, 2010 Hartford Connecticut
August 16, 2010 Newark New Jersey
August 19, 2010 Queens New York
August 21, 2010 Islip
August 26, 2010 Boston Massachusetts
August 27, 2010 Camden New Jersey
September 7, 2010 Jupiter Florida
September 11, 2010 Houston Texas
September 12, 2010 Fort Worth
September 18, 2010 San Jose California
September 19, 2010 Irvine

Jonas Brothers World Tour 2012/2013[edit]

Jonas Brothers World Tour 2012/2013
Tour by Jonas Brothers
Associated album V
Start date October 11, 2012
End date March 23, 2013
Legs 5
Shows 8 in North America
4 in Asia
2 in Europe
14 in South America
28 Total
Jonas Brothers concert chronology
Jonas Brothers Live in Concert World Tour 2010
(2010)
Jonas Brothers World Tour 2012/2013
(2012-2013)
Jonas Brothers Live Tour
(2013)

The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2012/2013 is the eighth concert tour by the Jonas Brothers. This tour was to promote their new album. On tour performed three new songs from the new album Let's Go, Wedding Bells (As some concerts) and First Time (As some concerts).

Opening Act[edit]

Setlists[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
October 11, 2012 [33] New York City United States Radio City Music Hall
Asia
October 19, 2012 [34] Manila Philippines Mall of Asia Arena
October 20, 2012 [35] Cebu Cebu Waterfront Hotel
October 22, 2012 Singapore Singapore Fort Canning
October 24, 2012 [35] Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Stadium Negara
Europe
November 6, 2012 Saint Petersburg Russia Ice Palace Saint Petersburg
November 8, 2012 Moscow Crocus City Hall
North America
November 27, 2012 Los Angeles United States Pantages Theatre
November 28, 2012
November 29, 2012
December 1, 2012 Nokia Theatre L.A. Live [A]
January 25, 2013 Phoenix Phoenix Convention Center [B]
February 20, 2013 Monterrey Mexico Auditorio Banamex [36]
February 22, 2013 Mexico City Sports Palace [36]
South America
February 24, 2013 Caracas Venezuela Simón Bolívar University
February 26, 2013 Viña del Mar Chile Quinta Vergara Amphitheater [C]
February 28, 2013 Santiago Movistar Arena
March 2, 2013 Córdoba Argentina Parque Sarmiento
March 3, 2013 Buenos Aires Estadio Arquitecto Ricardo Etcheverry
March 5, 2013 Curitiba Brazil Teatro Positivo [36]
March 8, 2013 Belo Horizonte Chevrolet Hall [36]
March 10, 2013 São Paulo Credicard Hall
March 12, 2013 Rio de Janeiro Citibank Hall
March 14, 2013 Porto Alegre Pepsi on Stage
March 17, 2013 Asunción Paraguay Yacht Club Del Paraguay
March 19, 2013 Montevideo Uruguay Velodromo
March 21, 2013 Guatemala City Guatemala Paseo Cayalá
March 23, 2013 Panama City Panama Figali Convention Center
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A These concert is a part of the Jingle Ball
B These concert is a part of the National School Choice Week’s official Kickoff Celebration
C These concert is a part of the Festival Internacional de la Canción de Viña del Mar

Boxscore[edit]

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Auditorio Banamex Monterrey, Mexico 5,639 / 6,688 (84%) US$463,282
Palacio de los Deportes Mexico City, Mexico 12,972 / 15,550 (83%) US$751,832
Estadio de Futbol de la Universidad Simon Bolivar Caracas, Venezuela 3,200 / 4,000 (80%) US$908,397
Credicard Hall São Paulo, Brazil 5,903 / 6,370 (92%) US$452,419
Citibank Hall Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 3,175 / 6,916 (46%) US$265,089
Pepsi On Stage Porto Alegre, Brazil 1,835 / 6,170 (29%) US$151,236
Chevrolet Hall Belo Horizonte, Brazil 1,755 / 4,763 (36%) US$151,236
TOTAL 34,479 / 50,457 (68%) US$3,143,491

Jonas Brothers Live Tour[edit]

Jonas Brothers Live Tour
Tour by Jonas Brothers
Associated album V
Start date June 1, 2013
End date October 8, 2013
Legs 2
Shows 1 in Mexico
29 in United States
2 in Canada
32 total
(23 shows cancelled)
Jonas Brothers concert chronology
Jonas Brothers World Tour 2012/2013
(2012-2013)
Jonas Brothers Live Tour
(2013)
LiVe
Live album by Jonas Brothers
Released November 26, 2013 (2013-11-26)
Recorded 2013

The Jonas Brothers Live Tour is the ninth and final concert tour by American pop/rock band, the Jonas Brothers before their split on October 29, 2013. This tour included cities in the United States and Canada to promote their unreleased album V after their fourth studio album Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009).[37] On October 9, 2013, the group cancelled their highly anticipated comeback tour days before it was slated to start, citing a "deep rift within the band" over "creative differences".[38]

V[edit]

Their fifth studio album, which would have been their first not to be released through Hollywood Records since 2006 and their first record since 2009's Lines, Vines and Trying Times, was scheduled to be released in 2013. The lead single, "Pom Poms" was released on April 2, 2013. The music video for the song was filmed in February 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana and premiered on E! on April 2, 2013. "First Time", the second single from their fifth album, was released on June 25, 2013. On July 10, 2013, the group announced that their fifth studio album would be titled V (pronounced "Five"), the Roman numeral for five.

On October 9, 2013, the group cancelled their highly anticipated comeback tour days before it was slated to start, citing a "deep rift within the band" over "creative differences". Following the tour cancellation, the Jonas Brothers' Twitter page went offline and the brothers' individual accounts became temporarily obsolete; causing several media outlets to report that a break-up was imminent. On October 29, 2013, the Jonas Brothers officially confirmed their split and announced that the release of V had been cancelled.

LiVe[edit]

During an interview, Nick Jonas stated that the album would not be released but that the band had decided to release 16 recordings to Team Jonas fan club members. "We want to do something special for our fans because they've been so supportive of us for so many years. What we've decided to do is package an album with 10 live tracks from the summer tour and four of the songs that would have been on V, and if you count 'Pom Poms' and 'First Time', it's actually 6 songs that would have been on V. We'll be sending that out soon for the fans." The album was released with the title LiVe, noting the letter "V" in caps as a reference to their would-be fifth studio album of the same name.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "First Time" (Live, Los Angeles 2013) Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas 4:54
2. "Paranoid" (Live, Los Angeles 2013) Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas, Cathy Dennis 4:08
3. "Pom Poms" (Live, Los Angeles 2013) Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas 3:33
4. "World War III" (Live, Los Angeles 2013) Nick Jonas 3:29
5. "Thinking Bout You" (Live, Los Angeles 2013) Frank Ocean, Shea Taylor 2:21
6. "A Little Bit Longer" (Live, Los Angeles 2013) Nick Jonas 2:59
7. "When You Look Me in the Eyes" (Live, Uncasville 2013) Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas, PJ Bianco, Raymond Boyd, Kevin Jonas Sr. 4:15
8. "Burnin' Up" (Live, Los Angeles 2013) Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas 3:11
9. "Lovebug" (Live, Los Angeles 2013) Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas 4:18
10. "S.O.S." (Live, Los Angeles 2013) Nick Jonas 3:46
11. "Neon"   Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas, Paul Phamous 3:36
12. "The World"   Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas, Gavin Rossdale, Zac Maloy 2:35
13. "Wedding Bells"   Nick Jonas 4:04
14. "What Do I Mean to You"   Nick Jonas 3:23
15. "Found" (bonus track) Nick Jonas, Greg Garbowsky, Matthew "Mdot" Finley 3:25
Total length:
50:32

Support acts[edit]

  • Karmin (North America; July 10 - August 16)
  • Olivia Somerlyn (San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles)
  • Bonnie McKee (North America; October 11 - November 6) (Cancelled)

Set list[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City State Venue
North America, leg 1[43][44]
June 1, 2013 Acapulco Mexico Mundo Imperial / ExpoForum[45] [A]
June 19, 2013 New York City United States Oakley Flagship Store [B]
July 3, 2013 Orlando Crane’s Roost Park [C]
July 10, 2013 Chicago Charter One Pavilion
July 12, 2013 Indianapolis Klipsch Music Center
July 13, 2013 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre
July 14, 2013 Cincinnati PNC Pavilion
July 16, 2013 Cleveland Blossom Music Center
July 18, 2013 Toronto Canada Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
July 20, 2013 Wantagh United States Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
July 22, 2013 Boston Bank of America Pavilion
July 23, 2013 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
July 25, 2013 Holmdel Township PNC Bank Arts Center
July 26, 2013 Atlantic City The Borgata Event Center
July 27, 2013 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium [D]
July 29, 2013 Bristow Jiffy Lube Live
July 30, 2013 Charlotte Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheater
July 31, 2013 Raleigh Red Hat Amphitheater
August 2, 2013 West Palm Beach Cruzan Amphitheatre
August 3, 2013 Tampa Live Nation Amphitheatre
August 4, 2013 Atlanta Chastain Park Amphitheatre
August 6, 2013 Dallas Gexa Energy Pavilion
August 7, 2013 Houston Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
August 9, 2013 Phoenix Comerica Theatre
August 10, 2013 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center
August 13, 2013 San Francisco America's Cup Pavilion
August 14, 2013 San Diego Viejas Arena
August 15, 2013 Dallas House of Blues[E]
August 16, 2013 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheatre
North America, leg 2[43]
September 20, 2013 Toronto Canada Air Canada Center[46][F]
September 26, 2013 Waikiki United States iconic Sunset on the Beach[47]
October 8, 2013 Minneapolis Xcel Center [G]
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A These concert is a part of the Acapulco Festival
B These concert is a part of Live Music Day Festival
C These concert is a part of Red Hot & Boom
D These concert is a part of the Mixtape Festival
E These concert is a part of Concert of Kidd's Kids
F These concert is a part of the We Day Toronto[46]
G These concert is a part of the We Day Minneapolis

Cancellations

Date City, State Venue Additional info
July 19, 2013 Buffalo Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Cancelled due to weather[48]
October 11, 2013 Upper Darby Tower Theater Cancelled[49][50]
October 12, 2013 Montclair Wellmont Theater Cancelled[49][50]
October 13, 2013 Toms River Pine Belt Arena Cancelled[49][50]
October 15, 2013 Albany The Palace Theater Cancelled[49][50]
October 16, 2013 Montreal Metropolis Cancelled[49][50]
October 18, 2013 Boston Orpheum Cancelled[49][50]
October 19, 2013 Hampton Beach Hampton Beach Casino Cancelled[49][50]
October 20, 2013 Westbury Theater at Westbury Cancelled[49][50]
October 21, 2013 Silver Spring The Fillmore Cancelled[49][50]
October 23, 2013 New York Hammerstein Ballroom Cancelled[49][50]
October 24, 2013 Columbus LC Pavilion Cancelled[49][50]
October 25, 2013 Charleston The Clay Center Cancelled[49][50]
October 26, 2013 Greensburg Palace Theater Cancelled[49][50]
October 28, 2013 Milwaukee Riverside Theater Cancelled[49][50]
October 30, 2013 St. Paul Myth Cancelled[49][50]
October 31, 2013 Kansas City Midland by AMC Cancelled[49][50]
November 1, 2013 Denver Bellco Theatre Cancelled[49][50]
November 3, 2013 Napa Valley Napa Valley Cancelled[49][50]
November 5, 2013 Vancouver Orpheum Theater Cancelled[49][50]
November 6, 2013 Seattle Paramount Theatre Cancelled[49][50]
December 12, 2013 Buffalo First Niagara Center Cancelled[49][50]
December 14, 2013 Rosemont Allstate Arena Cancelled[49][50]

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