Northern Ireland

Jonas Brothers reschedule Belfast and Dublin tour dates due to ‘unforeseen scheduling conflicts’

The trio were due to appear at the 3Arena and SSE Arena on June 19 and 20.

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The pop trio have rescheduled their shows in Belfast and Dublin (Isabel Infantes/PA)

The Jonas Brothers have rescheduled their June tour dates in Belfast and Dublin due to “unforeseen scheduling conflicts”.

The band announced on their social media channels that they were having to change some European concert dates.

Joe, Nick and Kevin will now play in Belfast and Dublin on September 9 and 10 instead of in June.

In a video, Joe Jonas said: “We have shifted the European dates to later this year but that is only because we have some exciting projects that we’re very excited to share with you at a later point.

“European fans, we love you, we can’t wait to see you, it’s been long overdue and we are so excited to play these shows later this year in the fall.”

Kevin Jonas urged fans to hold onto their tickets.

Another statement, on the band’s Instagram page, said: “Europe!! We’re shifting our upcoming shows to later this year. We appreciate your love and support so much.

“We know this is a bit inconvenient but we can’t wait to share more about what’s coming.”

A statement on Ticketmaster says tickets for the June concerts remain valid for the September dates.