Teen sensation Jonas Brothers will be burning up the summer concert circuit again this year. The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009 begins June 20 at the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, TX, and ends August 31 at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, ON.

The family friendly pop act will hit more than 40 cities across the U.S. and Canada during the trek, which also features concerts in select South American and European cities. Highlights for the tour include a June 27 concert at Rose Garden Arena in Portland, OR, a July 17 performance at TD Banknorth Garden in Boston, MA, and an August 14 show at Toyota Center in Houston, TX.

The tour will head north of the border for a total of six shows, including a June 30 event at General Motors Place in Vancouver, BC, and an August 29 stand at Bell Centre in Montreal, QC. American Idol winner Jordin Sparks and special guest Honor Society will provide support throughout the tour.

“This tour is going to be about really connecting with our fans,” said Joe Jonas in a statement. “We’ve got new music that’s taking us in new directions plus a mind-blowing production that’s going to surprise everyone. We want to give the audience the summer concert they’re not going to ever forget.”

The outing is being produced by Live Nation, which has a long-term, multimillion dollar touring deal with Jonas Brothers. The agreement allows the trio to perform more than 140 worldwide concerts and began at the start of the trio’s 2008 touring season.

“The Jonas Brothers are a worldwide phenomenon,” noted Jason Garner, CEO of Global Music at Live Nation, in a statement. “In 2008 their global tour included 113 concerts and drew nearly 1.2 million fans. The band is now more popular than ever — with a new movie, album, TV show and book — and we are optimistic that this summer’s tour attendance will reflect that popularity.”

The trio will continue their partnership with Burger King Corp. for the upcoming tour. The fast food restaurant chain first sponsored Jonas Brothers for their summer 2008 concerts.

Jonas Brothers will tour behind the June 15 worldwide release of their latest album, which is currently untitled. The sibling trio’s Platinum-certified 2008 release “A Little Bit Longer” topped the Billboard 200 for two weeks.

Jonas Brothers itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

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June 20 Dallas, TX Dallas Cowboys Stadium
June 22 Tulsa, OK BOK Center
June 24 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
June 26 Nampa, ID Idaho Center
June 27 Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena
June 28 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome
June 30 Vancouver, BC General Motors Place
July 2 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
July 4 Provo, UT LaVell Edwards Stadium
July 5 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
July 7 Omaha, NE Qwest Center Omaha
July 8 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
July 9 Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
July 10 Rosemont, IL Allstate Arena
July 13 Washington, DC Verizon Center
July 14 East Rutherford, NJ Izod Center
July 17 Boston, MA TD Banknorth Garden
July 20 Uniondale, NY Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
July 24 Philadelphia, PA The Wachovia Center
July 25 Pittsburgh, PA Mellon Arena
July 26 Auburn Hills, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills
July 28 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
July 29 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
August 1 Las Vegas, NV Mandalay Bay Events Center
August 3 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion at San Jose
August 4 Sacramento, CA ARCO Arena
August 5 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center
August 7 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
August 11 Glendale, AZ Jobing.com Arena
August 13 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
August 14 Houston, TX Toyota Center
August 15 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
August 16 Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena
August 18 Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum
August 19 Sunrise, FL BankAtlantic Center
August 21 Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
August 22 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
August 23 Lexington, KY Rupp Arena
August 25 Nashville, TN Sommet Center
August 26 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena
August 27 Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena
August 29 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
August 30 Toronto, ON Rogers Centre
August 31 Ottawa, ON Scotiabank Place