Jonas Brothers‘ music will be filling the air — and airwaves — as they gear up for a couple one-off radio events this November....

Jonas Brothers‘ music will be filling the air — and airwaves — as they gear up for a couple one-off radio events this November. The siblings will first hit the stage for the Channel 93.3-promoted November 15 show at San Diego Sports Arena in San Diego, CA, followed by the KLUC’s concert on November 29 at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV.

Presales for the shows began October 1-2, and were limited to Team Jonas Fan Club members. Presales end October 3, prior to the start of the public on-sales on Saturday, October 4, at 10 a.m. (local time).

Jonas Brothers, who signed a multimillion dollar deal with LiveNation in January, finished touring in September after completing more than 100 shows in North America and Europe since the beginning of the year. Their time on the road included a summer headlining trek, dubbed the Burnin’ Up Tour after the first single off the group’s chart-topping album “A Little Bit Longer.”

With the exception of a few special appearances and one-off concerts, Jonas Brothers will be off the road and working on several projects for Disney for the remainder of the year. According to published reports, the cable channel is working on the script for “Camp Rock 2,” the sequel to 2008’s Disney Channel Original Movie “Camp Rock.” Meanwhile, the brothers are set to begin work on the first season of their original series, tentatively titled “J.O.N.A.S.” and slated to air in 2009.

The tween heartthrobs stated in their official MySpace blog that they have plans to tour later in 2009, after they’ve finished filming their various projects. “Our next tour will be next summer,” the musical trio explained in the mid-September post. “Hopefully we can make it to your area but we will not be out on an official tour until June or July.”

Whereas the summer 2008 tour featured two North American legs and a European jaunt, the Jonas Brothers stated that their next outing will be their first world tour. “We want to visit some of the areas where our music has done well, for example Latin and South America, Europe again, Asia, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand,” the brothers wrote in their blog.

Jonas Brothers itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

November 15 San Diego, CA San Diego Sports Arena
November 29 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand