After a decade-long break, The Jonas Brothers are going on tour. The sibling trio on Wednesday announced a 40-date North American tour, their first in nearly a decade.
The Happiness Begins tour will kick off August 7 in Miami, two months after the release of their highly anticipated album, also titled "Happiness Begins." Bebe Rexhaa is the opening act for the majority of shows. As a result of the strong initial response to news of the Happiness Begins tour, second shows were added second shows in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York City and Toronto ahead of the May 10th onsale.
Hours after the onsale, the majority of tickets are sold out. In most markets, premium tickets are available at prices that are competitive with the secondary market. In other markets, where demand is lower, there are also some of the cheapest seats available. The impressive early sell through rate suggests demand is strong and it wouldn't be shocking if more shows were announced 🎟Visit TicketIQ to Find The Cheapest Jonas Brothers tickets with a Low Price Guarantee 🎟
There are some exceptions to the secondary recommendation, like the August 31st in Hershey Park, where the $59 grandstand tickets are only available via Ticketmaster. For fans looking for premium tickets, a string of shows from September 10th to 14th in Nashville, Indianapolis, and St. Louis, the only tickets available directly from Ticketmaster (in front of the stage) are for their official platinum/reserved seating-- which means it's either the first rows of 100s level, on the floor, or front-row of an upper level. Ticketmaster also has tickets behind the stage for $199 in some markets. First-row 200-level seats at Bankers Life Fieldhouse are around $200 after fees. For bigger venues like Madison Square Garden and TD Garden, the only tickets left are 'Official Platinum' in , which come in the $400-$600 range.
Burnin' UpPlay Video
That's Just the Way We RollPlay Video
Cool (Live debut)Play Video
Fly With MePlay Video
Play My MusicPlay Video
Introducing MePlay Video
Gotta Find You (Joe Jonas song)
BB GoodPlay Video
Still in Love With YouPlay Video
Hold OnPlay Video
Who I Am (Nick Jonas & The Administration cover)Play Video
Jealous (Nick Jonas song)Play Video
Cake by the Ocean (DNCE cover)Play Video
Year 3000 (Busted cover)Play Video
When You Look Me in the EyesPlay Video
Singer Nick Jonas kicked off his second headlining tour, “The Nick Jonas Live in Concert Tour” in the Dominican Republic in early August to help support his self-titled studio album, Nick Jonas. The tour will go through the month of October with the last show in San Francisco on October 25. Nick Jonas will be visiting cities such as Las Vegas, Phoenix, Houston, Los Angeles, Atlanta over the next few weeks. Jonas released his second studio album in late 2014 debuting at number 6 on the Billboard 200 chart and to date the album has sold 338,000 copies in the United States.
Nick Jonas tickets for his fall tour will be in very affordable now averaging $103.40 on the secondary market. Many of the upcoming shows Nick Jonas will be performing in various venues will see tickets with asking average price of under $100. His most expensive show for the remainder of his tour is his September 26 show at the House of Blues in Orlando with tickets going for an average price of $143.30.
Below is average set Jonas has played throughout the tour, according to data from setlist.fm.
5. Good Thing
6. I Want You
7. A Little Bit Longer
10. Don't Make Me Choose
11. Santa Barbara
12. Under You
13. Roses (OutKast cover)
14. Can't Feel My Face (The Weeknd cover)
16. Take Over