If you love summer, baby, then next June you’ll be having the time of your life, as the Jonas Brothers are coming back to the UK.


The three brothers will be coming across the pond with their Five Albums. One Night. Tour, during which they’ll perform “pretty much every song from all the albums” – queue the Disney adult screams.

First announced in March this year, the tour was originally scheduled to be 35 dates across North America, with the first show kicking off in New York on 12th August. However, a further 50 dates were added last week; taking the trio across, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe too.

But it gets better, today it was announced that Joe, Nick and Kevin Jonas would be adding an extra London date to their tour. Now coming to seven venues in the UK and Ireland, the brothers three will be heading to the likes of the O2, Birmingham’s Utilita Arena and Dublin’s 3Arena, so, as you can probably tell, it’s going to be a big one.

This announcement of a return to the UK comes just after they performed a sold-out one-off show at the Royal Albert Hall this April. This show, alongside their five night Broadway residency at the same time, helped them come up with the idea for this new concert, which would see all their greatest hits squashed into one epic performance.

The Jonas Brothers made their mark on the music world back in 2006 when they released their debut album, It’s About Time. The CD made it to number 91 on the US Billboard 200 chart and soon became a regular play on Radio Disney. Soon after, Kevin, Joe and Nick became the face of Disney Channel men, with appearances in Hannah Montana and their own show Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream. Then of course came Camp Rock and the rest, as they say, is history.

The band officially split in 2013 so the brothers could pursue their own projects. But six years — and several weddings — later, they announced a triumphant return with the release of their single Sucker, created their fifth album Happiness Begins, and even produced a documentary on their lives which aired on Amazon Prime.

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So, if you’re dying to see the Jonas Brothers live, you’re only human – here’s what you need to know.

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Jonas Brothers tour 2024: What are the UK dates and venues?

The Jonas Brothers’ world tour will include a whopping 90 shows, across 20 countries and three continents.

The band of brothers originally announced six UK and Ireland dates, but now an additional O2 date has been added. So here’s the full list for you:

How much do Jonas Brothers tickets cost?

Tickets to see the Jonas Brothers on tour start at £41.50 and go up to £1126 depending on where you sit. Plus, if you want an aisle seat you'll have to pay more.

How to get Jonas Brothers tickets to 2024 UK dates

Tickets for the Five albums. One night. Tour go on sale today at 10am (Friday, 4th August), including the additional date.

And, don’t be a sucker, make sure you read our tips on how to beat the Ticketmaster queue.

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