The Jonas Brothers and the Chainsmokers are among the latest acts added to the Final Four March Madness Music Series lineup in April.
Both artists are slated to perform at the newly-renovated downtown Minneapolis venue the Armory. The Chainsmokers will take the stage on Friday, April 5, and the Jonas Brothers will perform the following night on Saturday, April 6. There are a limited number of free tickets available to the public. Fans have to register for either show online or through the sponsor; AT&T is sponsoring the Chainsmokers and Coca-Cola will sponsor the Jonas Brothers.
The announcement comes shortly after the Jonas Brothers announced their comeback earlier this month. The trio, that split up back in 2013, surprised fans with their first track in six years, “Sucker.” While this is the only release at this time, the group, best-known for early 2000’s hits like “Burnin’ Up” and “SOS,” are set to release a new record in 2019.
On the other hand, the EDM duo Chainsmokers have been on an uphill climb since their 2014 breakout song “Selfie.” They’ve gone on to release a series of hit singles like “Closer” with Halsey, ” “Paris” and “Something Just Like This.” The duo will head out this year on tour with 5 Seconds of Summer in support of 2018’s Sick Boy.
Last week, it was announced that both Katy Perry and Zedd will perform as a part of the series. Popstar Perry just wrapped-up her Witness World Tour last year with EDM star Zedd, and the duo recently collaborated on the single “365.” While Perry is currently acting as a judge on American Idol, Zedd will head out on a string of performances this year, including a special one-night show at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado.
In addition to music, visitors can also participate in the Final Four Fan Fest, which features a weekend full of interactive games, celebrity appearances, autograph signings, cheer clinics, and a Home Run Derby, among other events. The NCAA Tournament will continue tonight before second rounds begin this Sunday, March 24.