The Jonas Brothers on Broadway: Band announces 5-night concert series ahead of new album
Fresh off getting a star on Hollywood Boulevard, the Jonas Brothers are ready to make their East Coast mark on Broadway.
Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas are setting up shop in New York City's Marquis Theatre for five nights to play hits from their discography, including songs from their upcoming album, aptly named "The Album."
"Your boys are back in town," the sibling-formed pop band announced on social media. "Each night will be focused on a different album and we'll be playing all the hits. Believe us when we say you won’t want to miss these shows."
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The concert series runs from March 14 through March 18, with the first night focusing on their debut album, "Jonas Brothers," and the last night chronicling all the songs from their forthcoming "The Album," which is due to release May 12. The nights in between will be dedicated to their other projects: "A Little Bit Longer," "Lines, Vines and Trying Times," and "Happiness Begins."
Fans registered to get tickets on Ticketmaster to be selected for a lottery-style sale.
The brothers also released the song "Wings" Feb. 24 from "The Album," which is being executive produced by Jon Bellion.
The trio wrapped up a three-night extension of their Vegas residency on Feb. 18.
A month earlier, they gathered in Hollywood to commemorate their star on the Walk of Fame. The brothers celebrated the achievement with their wives and families, including new father Nick, who welcomed a baby girl with his wife, Priyanka Chopra.
The ceremony marked the first public outing Jonas and Chopra made with their child. The JoBros member, 30, and the actress, 40, announced the birth of their daughter via surrogacy on Instagram last January.
Contributing: Charles Trepany
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