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Jonas Brothers Ticket Sales Taking Over World

02:05 PM Tuesday 3/31/09 | |

In case you hadn’t noticed, American tweens have a thing for the Jonas Brothers. Need proof of their devotion? This past weekend fans snatched up over 800,000 North American tickets.

Arena shows are now sold out in major cities including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Houston, Pittsburgh, Edmonton, New Orleans and Atlanta. Fans that didn’t snag tickets in Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and Vancouver lucked out because second dates in those cities were immediately added.

The dates are a part of "The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009" which features Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas performing on stages across three continents. The tour is being presented by Burger King and produced by Live Nation.

"Ticket sales for this tour have been phenomenal," Jason Garner, Chief Executive Officer of Global Music for Live Nation, said in a statement. "The band has already sold out arena dates in 13 major cities, including Madrid, London and Paris, and with additional dates going on sale in Mexico and South America and Europe in April, it's clear to us that Jonas Brothers are a true global touring powerhouse."

  • Jonas Brothers

    El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles, Calif.
    February 27, 2009

    (AP Photo)

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After a couple shows in the Bahamas, the tour kicks off at the Arena Monterrey in Mexico, May 17. The Jonas Brothers will tour Latin America for six shows, including stops in Peru, Chile, Brazil and Argentina.

Demi Lovato, star of the Disney Channel original movie "Camp Rock," and the television series "Sonny With A Chance," will open all Latin American shows.
Then in June it’s off to Europe for a few dates.

The North American leg of the tour kicks off at New Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, June 20 and concludes with a show at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, Ontario, August 31.

American Idol winner and 19 Entertainment/Jive Records' platinum-selling artist Jordin Sparks and rising stars Honor Society will be along for the fun as special guests.

The Jonas Brothers won’t have much time to chill because it’s back to Europe in October and November. Dates include shows in Germany, Sweden, Ireland, Denmark and Belgium.

This weekend the guys revealed a sneak peek of their new 140-foot plus stage on the Jonas Brothers’ YouTube channel. The stage will be centered in the arena to allow fans to get up close and personal with the band. The show will feature a circular water screen, multi-color laser effects, motion automated video screens and a giant crane that levitates over the audience.

The Jonas Brothers’ newest album, Lines, Vines and Trying Times, is set for release June 15.

Check out the Jonas Brothers’ new stage here.
 



Comments

  1. Muttever wrote:

    05:23 PM, Apr 01, 2009

    As a (very) non-tween who bought tickets to this tour, I think it's time for the media to admit they're not just a tween phenomenon.

  2. Surfer Rosa wrote:

    03:18 PM, Mar 31, 2009

    It's official. The Jonas Bros. are recession-proof.



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