Back and better than ever!
The Jonas Brothers took a break from their world tour, Happiness Begins, for an exclusive and free concert at New York City's famed Webster Hall. Orchestrated by Pandora and SiriusXM, the brothers played an impressive setlist including everything from older classics like "Love Bug" and "Year 3000," to newer songs such as "Rollercoaster," and "Only Human."
Fans started lining up the day prior and came from as far as Mexico and Singapore. By the time doors opened the line stretched for half a dozen city blocks
Having a full time job is really interfering with my life.. and by life i mean getting into the Jonas brothers Webster Hall show tonight... pray for me— lindsey 🍭 (@sourcreamthot) August 20, 2019
Yes people are already at Webster Hall, people have been there for like 2 days 💀 It’s the Jonas Brothers, like???— dom 🕊 (@SUPERLITDOM) August 20, 2019
Nick and Joe also both paid tribute to their solo careers, performing "Jealous" and "Cake By The Ocean," respectively.
This year marks the first time the Jonas Brothers have reunited since announcing their breakup in October 2013. The musical trio released their latest album "Happiness Begins" in early June and it soared to the No.1 spot on the Billboard charts -- marking the biggest week of 2019 for an album, beating out Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next."
According to Pandora's data, "Year 3000" still ranks as their No. 1 song on the streaming platform, with "Love Bug" coming in second -- even 10 years after its release.