The Jonas Brothers Are Back With Reunion Tour

After 14 years of music together and apart, one television show and three marriages, Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas are back! 2019 has been a nostalgic trip to the year 3000, as the Jonas Brothers reunite.

Fans young and old have their calendars marked for June 7 when the Jo-Bro’s newest album, Happiness Happens is released. In the meantime, you’ve probably heard the smash hit single off the album titled “Sucker” followed by their quick witted song “Cool.” Although their sound starts right where we left off in 2014 – the content of the tracks are much more reflective of their matured adult lives.
You might have heard Billboard’s interview with Nick when he gives a little insight into their new music. He disclosed his favorite song off Happiness Happens is Track 4, “I Believe,” while Joe shares new about track 12, which is a sentimental love letter to his new wife, Sophie Turner titled “Hesitate.”

The album will be followed by a world tour in support of the album. This will be their first musical trek since their breakup back in 2013. The brothers will kick off the tour on August 7 and will wrap December 14. Get ready for five months of feel good music.

Check out a full list of tour dates for Happiness Happens and click on any of the performances to browse tickets with no hidden fees. Find the best priced Jonas Brothers Tickets here:

Aug. 7 – Miami, FL American Airlines Arena

Aug. 9 – Amway Center – Orlando, FL

Aug. 10 – Amalie Arena – Tampa, FL

Aug. 12 – State Farm Arena – Atlanta, GA

Aug. 14 – PNC Arena – Raleigh, NC

Aug. 15 – Capital One Arena – Washington, DC

Aug. 17 TD Garden – Boston, MA

Aug. 18 – Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA

Aug. 21 – Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT

Aug. 23 – Scotiabank Arena – Toronto, ON

Aug. 24 – Scotiabank Arena – Toronto, ON

Aug. 27 – KeyBank Center – Buffalo, NY

Aug. 29 Madison Square Garden – New York, NY

Aug. 30 Madison Square Garden – New York, NY

Aug. 31 – Hersheypark Stadium – Hershey, PA

Sep. 3 – PPG Paint Arena – Pittsburgh, PA

Sep. 5 – Schottenstein Center – Columbus, OH

Sep. 7 – Little Caesars Arena – Detroit, MI

Sep. 8 – Van Andel Arena – Grand Vapids, MI

Sep. 10 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN

Sep. 13 – Bankers Life Fieldhouse – Indianapolis, IN

Sep. 14 – Enterprise Center – St. Louis, MO

Sep. 16 – Xcel Energy Center – Saint Paul, MN

Sep. 17 – Fiserv Forum – Milwaukee, WI

Sep. 19- 20 United Center – Chicago, IL

Sep. 22 – Spirit Center – Kansas City, MO

Sep. 25 – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX

Sep. 27 -At&T Center – San Antonio, TX

Sep. 29 BOK Center – Tusla, OK

Oct. 1 – Pepsi Center – Denver, CO

Oct. 3 – Vinint Smart Home Arena – Salt Lake City, UT

Oct. 5 – Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ

Oct. 6 – Honda Center – Anaheim, CA

Oct. 11 – Rogers Arena – Vancouver, BC

Oct. 12 – Tacoma Dome – Tacoma, WA

Oct. 13 – Moda Center at the Rose Quarter – Portland, OR

Oct. 15 – Golden 1 Center – Sacramento, CA

Oct. 17 – Pechanga Arena – San Diego, CA

Oct. 18 – MGM Grand Garden Arena – Las Vegas, NV

Oct. 20 Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles

Oct. 21 Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles

Nov. 12 – Smoothie King Center – Sunrise, FL

Nov. 16 – Amway Center – Orlando, FL

Nov. 17 – VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena – Jacksonville, FL

Nov. 20 – Spectrum Center – Charlotte, NC

Nov. 23 – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY

Nov. 24 – TD Garden – Boston, MA

Nov. 26 – Scotiabank Arena – Toronto, ON

Nov. 27 – Centre Bell – Montreal, QC

Nov. 30 – Royal Farms Arena – Baltimore, MD

Dec. 3 – Allstate Arena – Rosemont, IL

Dec. 4 – CHI Health Center – Omaha, ME

Dec. 6 – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX

Dec. 7 – Frank Erwin Center – Austin, TX

Dec. 10 – Talking Stick Resort Arena – Phoenix, AZ

Dec. 12 – Oracle Arena – Oakland, CA

Dec. 14 – The Forum – Los Angeles – Inglewood, CA