Due to incredible demand, the Jonas Brothers will extend their visit to New York with an additional performance at Yankee Stadium.
The Jonas Brothers have announced an extension to their New York visit on Saturday, August 12, with an additional performance at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, August 13 — providing fans a second opportunity to see the Brothers in New York City.
For the two-night stand at Yankee Stadium, they will perform five albums each night, including their new album — titled The Album — featuring their new single “Waffle House.”
Citi card members and Verizon customers can access presale tickets today until Thursday, April 13 at 10 AM ET through the Citi Entertainment program and Verizon Up, respectively. The general on-sale starts Friday, April 14, at 10 AM ET.
The Album will release on Friday, May 12, via Republic Records and produced by Jon Bellion, who has worked with names like Justin Bieber, Halsey, and Maroon 5. “Waffle House,” Jonas Brothers’ latest single, is out now and has paved the way for a new era for the band with the release of their latest album.
Jonas Brothers received their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on January 30, 2023. Their first hit single, “Sucker,” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100, becoming the group’s first No. 1 single and the first No. 1 debut from a group this century. The trio went on to release Chasing Happiness, an Amazon Original film documenting the brothers’ rise to fame and return to music before going on to deliver their third No. 1 album, the Platinum-selling Happiness Begins.
The accolades Jonas Brothers have received include “Top Duo/Group,” “Top Radio Songs Artist,” and “Top Radio Song” for “Sucker” at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards, a 2019 MTV VMA for “Best Pop Video,” “Best Duo/Group” at the 2020 iHeart Music Awards, and two Teen Choice Awards, including the coveted “Decade Award.” The group has picked up American Music Award nominations, a Grammy nomination, and more.
Jonas Brothers also teamed up with Marshmello for “Leave Before You Love Me,” claiming a Top 10 spot on Top 40 radio for six weeks and racking up millions of streams and views.