Jonas Brothers to close world tour in Belfast

The big name music gigs keep on coming, with pop band the Jonas Brothers announcing they will finish their global tour in Belfast's SSE Arena. 

Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas first rose to fame on the Disney Channel in the children’s television film Camp Rock, back in 2008.

The Jonas Brothers have sold over 17 million copies worldwide, with the group originally splitting back in 2013. Reformed in 2019 with their album Happiness Begins, the band have released hit songs such as Sucker and Love Bug.

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Their new tour, which is titled The Tour, will take them across 86 cities in the world, including shows in Australia and Europe and will promote their new album, which was released last month.

The Album includes their latest hit singles, Waffle House and Wings.

Irish fans can see the Jonas Brothers live in Dublin’s 3 Arena on June 19 2024 and Belfast’s SSE Arena on June 20.

Tickets go on public sale Friday August 4 at 10am from Ticketmaster.ie. Sign up for MCD presale on Thursday August 3 at 10am at bit.ly/Jonas-Brothers-PS