Getting their jump-start and primary audience from children’s television network the Disney Channel, sibling pop trio Jonas Brothers shot to stardom among its adolescent fan base in 2005, and emerged into the mainstream over the following years with its annual studio releases, beginning with the 2006 debut “It’s About Time.”
As the popularity of brothers Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas grew, so did demand for tickets to their live performances. By early 2008, live entertainment company Live Nation signed the trio into a long-term, multi-million dollar touring deal.
Under the terms of the contract, Jonas Brothers launched a headlining tour during summer 2008 that was a hot ticket for its young female fans and helped position the band near the top of TicketNews’s exclusive weekly event rankings on a regular basis. A similar craze for Jonas Brothers tickets took hold when the band announced a worldwide tour for 2009, causing the band’s fan site to crash during presales.
As we head into the holiday season, Z100’s Jingle Ball claimed Monday’s best-seller spot, according to Ticket Club sales data. With a star-studded lineup featuring Taylor Swift, the Jonas Brothers and Camila Cabello, it’s not hard to figure out why. Los Angeles’ KIIS Jingle Ball took the No. 2... Read more
The Jonas Brothers are currently on a headlining world tour in support of their recent LP, Happiness Begins, but many fans were left unhappy Friday night when the group cut their Toronto show short. The gig, which took place at the Scotiabank Arena, reportedly ended early due to “technical... Read more
The pop-star trio Jonas Brothers will play New York City’s legendary Webster Hall next month for an exclusive Pandora and SiriusXM concert. The show is slated to take place on August 20 for Pandora listeners and SiriusXM subscribers with SiriusXM hosts of The Morning Mash Up – Nicole Ryan,... Read more
Several comedians are releasing tickets to stand-up shows on Friday, including Jerry Seinfeld and Eric Andre. Seinfeld’s October performances in Calgary will have tickets up-for-grabs tomorrow. Seinfeld’s shows will be a fundraising event presented by the Owen Hart Foundation, which raises money for scholarships, low-income housing assistance and other... Read more
The Jonas Brothers, who shocked their fanbase when they returned to the music scene earlier this year, are headed out on tour in the U.S. in support of their first record in 10 years – Happiness Begins. Now, they’ll head to the UK as well. The outing will kick-off... Read more
Some of the top artists in the music industry will perform at New York City’s Rockefeller Plaza this summer as a part of the 2019 Citi Concert Series. Jennifer Lopez kicked-off the series earlier this month, and as a part of a special edition of TODAY, Sheryl Crow will... Read more
Madonna’s Madame X tour and the Jonas Brother Happiness Begins tour are among tickets on sale this weekend. The Queen of Pop’s upcoming tour will feature short residencies in theaters around the country following the release of her forthcoming record Madame X; tickets for her Brooklyn, Chicago and Los... Read more
Several fall and winter tours will have tickets available for presale tomorrow. Alternative collective Of Monsters and Men will also offer tickets for their fall tour in support of their upcoming album Fever Dream, along with rapper Logic on his Confessions of a Dangerous Mind tour. Pop-rock trio the Jonas... Read more
The pop-rock trio Jonas Brothers stirred up many emotions earlier this year when they returned to the music scene with the bubbly new single “Sucker” and announcement of a 40-date tour. Now, the boyband has revealed 23 more shows across North America due to high demand. The previously-announced dates... Read more
Several highly-anticipated summer and fall tours will release general sale tickets on Friday. blink-182 and Lil Wayne’s co-headlining trek, Incubus’ 20th anniversary celebration of their album Make Yourself, the Jonas Brothers’ Happiness Begins tour and 21 Savage’s i am > i was tour all have tickets available tomorrow. Other... Read more