Jonas Brothers Reschedule European Leg Of ‘The Tour’ 

Jonas Brothers "Five Albums, One Night" Tour Opening Night New York
(L-R) Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas, an Kevin Jonas perform onstage during Jonas Brothers “Five Albums, One Night” Tour Opening Night at Yankee Stadium on August 12, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Live Nation)

Citing “unforeseen scheduling conflicts,” The Jonas Brothers have pushed back the European leg of “Five Albums. One Night. The World Tour” to September. The dates were supposed to start in May. 

The trek, also known simply as “The Tour,” features the band performing songs from all five of their albums released between 2007 and 2023: Jonas Brothers (2007), A Little Bit Longer (2008), Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009), Happiness Begins (2019) and The Album (2023).

Nick, Joe and Kevin released a joint statement hinting at “some exciting projects” to come. 

“We have shifted the European dates to later this year and that is only because we have some exciting projects that we are excited to share with you at a later point. Our European fans, we love you and 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. So make sure to hold on to your tickets. We will have more information to come, but we cannot wait to see you. Thank you for all your support over all these years” the Jonas Brothers said.

All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new dates, which are listed below. Additional tickets are also on sale now at Today’s announcement promised that current ticketholders will receive more information via email.

The North American leg of “The Tour” wrapped Dec. 9, 2023, with a show at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, that grossed $1,823,808, followed by dates in Asia, New Zealand and Australia. The guys are headed to South America next.

Jonas Brothers ranked No. 15 on Pollstar’s Year-End Top North American Tours chart and No. 21 on the Worldwide chart with a gross of $96,955,397.10 and 785,566 tickets sold. The band, which was featured on the cover of Pollstar in late 2023, is booked by United Talent Agency.


Mon Sept 9 – Belfast – SSE Arena 

Tue Sept 10 – Dublin – 3Arena

Thurs Sept 12 – Manchester – CO-OP Live

Fri Sept 13 – Glasgow – OVO Hydro

Sun Sept 15 – Birmingham – Utilita Arena

Mon Sept 16 – London – The O2 Arena

Tue Sept 17 – London – The O2 Arena

Fri Sept 20 – Munich – Olymphiahalle

Sun Sept 22 – Vienna – Stadthalle

Tue Sept 24 – Milan – Forum

Thurs Sept 26 – Barcelona – Palau Sant Jordi

Sat Sept 28 – Lyon – LDLC Arena

Sun Sept 29 – Zurich – Hallenstadion

Tue Oct 1 – Antwerp – Sportpaleis

Wed Oct 2 – Cologne – Lanxess Arena

Thurs Oct 3 – Amsterdam – Ziggo Dome

Sun Oct 6 – Oslo – Spektrum

Tue Oct 8 – Copenhagen – Royal Arena

Wed Oct 9 – Hamburg – Barclaycard Arena

Sun Oct 13 – Paris – Accor Arena

Tue Oct 15 – Prague – O2 Arena

Wed Oct 16 – Krakow – Tauron Arena