The Jonas Brothers' Five Albums. One Night. Tour will cover their discography.

The JoBros Just Added 50 More Dates To Their Massive New Tour

Burnin’ up for this!

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Taylor Swift isn’t the only artist looking back on their musical eras this year. The Jonas Brothers are also hitting the road on a massive tour with a setlist that will encompass their entire discography, from their Disney beginnings to their rock-star present. Their fans are burnin’ up to get tickets to these shows, as the trio recently added 50 (!) new dates to the roster. Clearly, a JoBros domination is what the world needed.

On July 27, the “Wings” singers announced their new slate of shows on Instagram. These additions will see them returning to U.S. cities that were featured on their initial list, such as Houston, Atlanta, Austin, and Washington. As for new locations, they’ll visit North American cities like Brooklyn and Milwaukee and a few spots in Canada. Then, beginning in February 2024, they’ll trek through New Zealand and Europe until mid-June.

And the musical siblings aren’t hitting the road alone. According to a press release, pop group Lawrence will serve as the opening act for the North American dates.

Kevin, Nick, and Joe are going all-out to promote their new album, simply called The Album. To match such a definitive album name, the JoBros have announced the tour to end all tours. It definitely seems like the concept for the Five Albums. One Night. Tour was inspired by their brief Broadway residency earlier in 2023, where the band performed both their albums and solo work.

While the sound of a new JoBros tour is exciting, its name seems to be misleading. Their recent album release marks their sixth album; however, they’re only highlighting five. Sadly, their 2006 debut album It’s About Time is getting a bit of a cold shoulder, although one special throwback song from that era is still featured.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Five Albums. One Night. Tour, including all the stops and how to get tickets.

When Does The Jonas Brothers’ Five Albums. One Night. Tour begin?

The U.S. tour will kick off with two nights at New York’s Yankee Stadium on Aug. 12, 2023.

What Cities Will The Jonas Brothers Visit On The Five Albums. One Night. Tour?

All the tour dates are listed below:

  • Aug. 12 & 13 in Bronx, NY at Yankee Stadium
  • Aug. 15 & 16 in Boston, MA at TD Garden
  • Aug. 17 in Uncasville, CT at Mohegan Sun Arena
  • Aug. 19 in Toronto, ON at Rogers Centre
  • Aug. 22 in Indianapolis, IN at Gainbridge Fieldhouse
  • Aug. 24 in Detroit, MI at Little Caesars Arena
  • Aug. 25 in Chicago, IL at Wrigley Field
  • Aug. 27 in St Louis, MO at Enterprise Center
  • Aug. 30 in Arlington, TX at Globe Life Field
  • Sept. 1 in Saint Paul, MN at Minnesota State Fair
  • Sept. 3 & Oct. 22 in Austin, TX at Moody Center
  • Sept. 6 in Phoenix, AZ at Footprint Center
  • Sept. 8 & Oct. 27 in Las Vegas, NV at MGM Grand Garden Arena
  • Sept. 9 in Los Angeles, CA at Dodger Stadium
  • Sept. 11 in Sacramento, CA at Golden 1 Center
  • Sept. 14 in Denver, CO at Ball Arena
  • Sept. 16 in Omaha, NE at CHI Health Center
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  • Sept. 18 in Cleveland, OH at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
  • Sept. 21 in Philadelphia, PA at Wells Fargo Center
  • Sept. 22 in Baltimore, MD at CFG Bank Arena
  • Sept. 23 & Dec. 3 in Washington, DC at Capital One Arena
  • Sept. 25 in Pittsburgh, PA at PPG Paints Arena
  • Sept. 26 in Lexington, KY at Rupp Arena
  • Sept. 28 in Raleigh, NC at PNC Arena
  • Sept. 30 in Charlotte, NC at Spectrum Center
  • Oct. 1 & 18 in Atlanta, GA at State Farm Arena
  • Oct. 3 in Tulsa, OK at BOK Center
  • Oct. 5 in San Antonio, TX at AT&T Center
  • Oct. 7 & 23 in Houston, TX at Toyota Center
  • Oct. 9 & 20 in Nashville, TN at Bridgestone Arena
  • Oct. 10 in Columbia, SC at Colonial Life Arena
  • Oct .12 in Tampa, FL at Amalie Arena
  • Oct. 13 in Orlando, FL at Amway Center
  • Oct. 14 in Miami, FL at Kaseya Center

As for new dates, the JoBros will continue their journey through the U.S. and make a few stops in Canada.

  • Oct. 28 in San Diego, CA at Viejas Arena
  • Oct. 29 in Anaheim, CA at Honda Center
  • Nov. 2 in Fresno, CA at Save Mart Center
  • Nov. 4 in Salt Lake City, UT at Maverik Center
  • Nov. 5 in Nampa, ID at Ford Idaho Center Arena
  • Nov. 7 in Spokane, WA at Spokane Arena
  • Nov. 9 in Portland, OR at Moda Center
  • Nov. 10 in Seattle, WA at Climate Pledge Arena
  • Nov. 11 in Vancouver, BC at Rogers Arena
  • Nov. 14 in Edmonton, AB at Reogers Place
  • Nov. 16 in Winnipeg, MB at Canada Life Centre
  • Nov. 17 in Grand Forks, ND at Alerus Center
  • Nov. 19 in St Paul, MN at Xcel Energy Center
  • Nov. 20 in Milwaukee, WI at Fiserv Forum
  • Nov. 21 in Grand Rapids, MI at Van Andel Arena
  • Nov. 27 in Buffalo, NY at KeyBank Center
  • Nov. 29 in Ottawa, ON at Canadian Tire Centre
  • Dec. 1 in Montreal, QC at Bell Centre
  • Dec. 2 in Albany, NY at MVP Arena
  • Dec. 6 in Newark, NJ at Prudential Center
  • Dec. 9 in Brooklyn, NY at Barclays Center

After wrapping their U.S. and Canada leg in early December, the group will return to the road in late February. They’ll travel to 25 cities across New Zealand, Australia, and Europe until June 20.

  • Feb. 27 in Auckland, New Zealand at Spark Arena
  • Mar. 1 & 2 in Sydney, Australia at Qudos Bank Arena
  • Mar. 5 in Brisbane, Australia at Brisbane Entertainment Centre
  • Mar. 8 & 9 in Melbourne, Australia at Rod Laver Arena
  • May 18 in Oslo, Norway at Spektrum
  • May 20 in Copenhagen, Denmark at Royal Arena
  • May 21 in Hamburg, Germany at Barclays Arena
  • May 22 in Cologne, Germany at Lanxess Arena
  • May 25 in Barcelona, Spain at Palau Sant Jordi
  • May 27 in Lyon, France at LDLC Arena
  • May 28 in Milan, Italy at Mediolanum Forum
  • May 30 in Krakow, Poland at Tauron Arena
  • Jun. 1 in Vienna, Austria at Stadthalle
  • Jun. 2 in Prague, Czech Republic at O2 arena
  • Jun. 3 in Munich, Germany at Olympiahalle
  • Jun. 4 in Zurich, Switzerland at Hallenstadion
  • Jun. 7 in Paris, France at Accor Arena
  • Jun. 8 in Antwerp, Belgium at Sportpaleis
  • Jun. 10 in Amsterdam, Netherlands at Ziggo Dome
  • Jun. 12 in London, United Kingdom at The O2
  • Jun. 15 in Birmingham, United Kingdom at Utilita Arena
  • Jun. 16 in Glasgow, United Kingdom at OVO Hydro
  • Jun. 17 in Manchester, United Kingdom at Co-op Live Arena
  • Jun. 19 in Dublin, Ireland at 3Arena
  • Jun. 20 in Belfast, Northern Ireland at SSE Arena

What Will The Jonas Brothers’ Five Albums. One Night. Tour Setlist Look Like?

In the tour announcement video on Instagram, the JoBros confirmed they’ll perform all five of their albums at each show.

Nick previously teased more details about the setlist during an appearance on SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live. “The plan will be basically, play the familiar songs from each album, and then do medleys and sort of different versions of each song. But we will play pretty much every song from all the albums,” Nick said.

The full set list consists of nearly 70 songs — you can see them all here.

Who Are The Openers For The Jonas Brothers’ Five Albums. One Night. Tour?

Pop duo named Lawrence are the openers for their North American dates. The JoBros haven’t announced if they’ll feature an opener for their New Zealand, Australia, and Europe dates.

Where Can I Buy Tickets For The Jonas Brothers’ Five Albums. One Night. Tour?

Tickets for their original list of dates are currently on sale, so fans can scour the Jonas Brothers’ website to see which cities have available tickets to purchase. As for their new roster of shows, fans can now register for Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan Presale through July 31 at 10 p.m. EST. Select users will then receive an access code to the Verified Fan Sale, which starts on Aug. 3. Remaining tickets will become available on Aug. 4 at 10 a.m. local time on the trio’s official website.

As for Europe tickets, local presales will begin on Aug. 2. Then, a general public sale will happen on Aug. 4 at 10 a.m. local time on the Jonas Brothers’ website. A similar process will happen for the Australia and New Zealand dates. Local presales for those tickets will begin on Aug. 4, and a general public sale will commence on Aug. 8 at 1 p.m. local time.

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