Jonas Brothers just signed a two-year, multimillion-dollar worldwide touring agreement with the promoter, which has been working similar deals with acts like Maroon 5. It is all part of a plan to build relationships with artists beyond a single summer tour. This deal is the first of its kind for an emerging act.

“This band creates pandemonium wherever they go. They sell out dates instantly and always leave their loyal fans wanting more. We couldn’t be more thrilled to be partners with them on their journey to superstardom,” Live Nation’s Bruce Kapp said in a statement.

“The Jonas Brothers are without a doubt one of the most promising young touring bands working today,” the company’s Brad Wavra added.

The group has been providing support for the blockbuster tour and just announced the first set of dates for what is expected to be a two-year, 140 stop trek on their own.

The Brothers’ “Look Me In The Eyes” tour kicks off January 31st at TCC Music Hall in Tucson, Ariz., and includes stops in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City and San Antonio, Texas.

Jonas Brothers – a phenomenon among tween girl fans and a good candidate for Disney-endorsed doll replicas – has recently seen the ultimate form of flattery: a mild backlash among YouTube users who are already rebelling against the brothers’ powerful personas.