Lucky for music fans everywhere, we didn’t have to wait until the year 3000 for the Jonas Brothers to reunite. Currently enjoying the success of their new singles, ‘Sucker’ and ‘Cool’, the Jo Bros performed an exclusive and free concert at The Armory for the March Madness Music Series in Minneapolis.
In all, the Jonas Brothers performed 19 songs, their biggest concert since getting back together, including their new singles and classic songs like ‘Burnin’ Up’, ‘Year 3000’, ‘S.O.S.’ and more. The brothers are back and better than ever, so be ready when their comeback comes to a city near you, hopefully in the near future
Check out our photos from last night’s performance below.
One day before their anticipated performance for the March Madness Music Series in Minneapolis, the Jonas Brothers have released their second new single and the follow-up to their comeback track, ‘Sucker’.
Titled ‘Cool’ the track references everything from James Dean to their shout-out in Post Malone’s ‘Better Now’, and definitely needs to be a staple in your 2019 summer playlist.
Check out the Miami Vice-inspired official music video for ‘Cool’ below.
If the Jonas Brothers’ brand new comeback single ‘Sucker’ left you wanting more, then you’re in luck as the brothers announced their second new single.
Titled ‘Cool’, the new single is dropping this Friday, April 5th, and comes one day before the Jonas Brothers’ anticipated Minneapolis performance for the Final Four at The Armory. Fans can pre-save the upcoming single here.
Check out the Miami Vice-inspired cover art for ‘Cool’ below.
You won’t have to wait until the year 3000 to see the Jonas Brothers live and in concert because the Jo-Bros have been announced as one of the headliners for the free concert series at The Armory during the Final Four Fan Fest.
Joining Katy Perry and The Chainsmokers, the freshly reunited Jonas Brothers will surely be a highlight in the Twin Cities during March Madness, currently scheduled to perform on Saturday, April 6th, two days before the national championship. Expect to hear all your Jonas Brothers favorites, as well as their brand new comeback single “Sucker”, their first track in almost six years.