Jonas Brothers Push Summer Tour into Fall
Millions of teenage girls are about to go mental because The Jonas Brothers, who look way older than I thought they were, have just announced a string of new fall tour dates, including a performance at We Day 2013, an event organized by a number of charitable partners, among them Free The Children. Concerning the band’s participation in the event, band members said:
“I had the opportunity this past summer to participate with Free The Children’s communities in Kenya, and see first-hand the lasting impact that youth in North America are making through their charitable work. I understand what it means to these communities to have access to clean water and an education and I was thrilled to get involved by committing to help build two schools overseas with Free The Children. It may seem like a simple assignment to make one local and one global commitment, but these efforts fundamentally impact the lives of people around the world.”
Anyway, the tour kicks off on October 11th in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania at the Tower Theater, and sees the fraternal trio play shows in New Jersey, Boston, New York, Denver and a couple of Canadian dates, before the whole thing wraps up in Seattle on November 6th.
The trio have been on tour patrol all summer, and it looks to have been a good one, with Nick Jonas recently tweeting, “Tour was amazing. Thank you to everyone who came out to the shows this summer. You are all the best fans in the world.”
Apparently, more tour dates are yet-to-be announced, with a statement on the band’s website claiming that “for the first time ever, the Jonas Brothers are allowing their fans to choose which cities they go to for this tour. With a set list including more new songs from upcoming album, V, along with some old favorites, the Jonas Brothers fall tour is promising to excite all fans!”
So, yeah. Check it out if this sort of thing floats your boat.