If there’s one thing people remember about me, it’s that I’m a Jonas Brothers fan. That’s why I was thrilled to hear the band was heading out on tour for The Album.
After the band’s reunion in 2019, the Happiness Begins era began and we didn’t see much else from the brothers. The Jo Bros went off to do their things and then in late 2022 and early 2023, the band finally gave us some good news.
The group shared they were releasing The Album in May and it was unlike anything they’d released before. With the release of singles, “Wings” and “Waffle House,” I’m sure my fellow fans can agree with that.
Things got even more exciting as the Jo Bros also announced a tour beginning this summer and heading into fall.
Will the Jonas Brothers end up playing 5 albums a night on tour?
As you can see above, the band shared an announcement on their social media platforms with a list of tour dates and the option to register early as a Verified Fan. What caught my eye was that the band shared “Five Albums. One Night. The Tour,” and immediately I was suspicious.
As someone who loves the Jonas Brothers, I have many questions. The first is which albums will the Jonas Brothers be playing. I think we all know they’ll be playing The Album and then for the other four, I’m going to guess here. There’s Happiness Begins in 2019, Lines, Vines and Trying Times from 2009, A Little Bit Longer in 2008, and Jonas Brothers in 2007.
However, my main qualm is the lack of love for It’s About Time. As far as debut albums go, I feel like the band did a solid job. I just wish that they’d include it in more projects or concerts in general but maybe they’ll surprise us. I mean I’m crossing my fingers we might at least get “Mandy” featured within the setlist somewhere.
My other question is how the band is marketing things. Are the Jonas Brothers going to be featuring the songs from each album or just playing a few from each album? If it’s the latter, I feel like that’s a recipe to get fans irritated. After the band announced Yankee Stadium being “One Night Only,” and then announced the beginning of the tour, fans were mad.
Before Taylor Swift’s Eras tour, I would have questioned things more yet she puts on such a long show and keeps fans guessing. Let’s hope the Jonas Brothers take a page from her book and decide to do something similar. Then again, with a group of brothers, who knows?
Either way, I’m tentatively excited about the Jonas Brothers tour. Let’s just wait and see if they end up playing that many albums in one night, though.
What do you think? Will the Jonas Brothers end up playing five albums in one night? Share your thoughts.