‘Jonas Brothers: Live in Las Vegas:’ reunion happening BUT fans beg for a ‘REAL’ tour

NEW YORK - MARCH 01: (U.S. TABS OUT) (L-R) Kevin, Nicholas, and Joe Jonas of The Jonas Brothers pose for a photo backstage during MTV's Total Request Live at the MTV Times Square Studios March 1, 2006 in New York City. (Photo by Scott Gries/Getty Images)

The Jonas Brothers have announced three exclusive nights of their “Jonas Brothers: Live In Las Vegas” event in Sin City for next year. The former teen idols, who are now all married with young children, shared the exciting news with their fans on social media.

On Tuesday, Joe, 33, Nick, 30, and Kevin, 35, shared a promotional image of the three of them posing on a road in the Nevada desert, with the hazy Las Vegas strip in the distance.

They captioned their picture:

“We couldn’t be more excited to start sharing everything we’re planning for 2023 and 3 more shows in Vegas is the perfect way to kick things off.”

They added:

“We’re back at Dolby Live at Park MGM this February!! Presale starts tomorrow at 10 AM PT. Grab your tickets and we will see you there!”

Although there are several comments from fans expressing their excitement, they outnumber those expressing their disappointment because it is not a real tour.

There have been numerous comments pleading with the Jonas Brothers to go on tour, particularly from their large Latin American audience, primarily in Brazil.

The S.O.S. singers wrapped up their 48-show North American Remember This Tour last year, which was one of the highest-grossing tours of 2021.

Their “Happiness Begins Tour” conquered North America and Europe in 2019 with 92 shows before embarking on their eleventh concert tour.

The hitmakers have not done a full tour of Latin America since their 2010 peak, when “The Jonas Brothers: Live in Concert” rocked the continent. Instead of another large tour, this current round of shows will take place over Presidents’ Day weekend, February 17, 18, and 19.

Since breaking into the music scene in 2006 with their debut studio album, the Jonas Brothers have weathered the ups and downs of youthful popularity to become enduring entertainers. Happiness Begins, their most recent album, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 in 2019, following the tremendous success of their number-one song, Sucker, from the same year.

Between 2010 and 2011, the brothers took a brief break to pursue solo projects, with varying degrees of success.

Among the A-list actresses who have joined the trio’s personal life are Joe’s wife Sophie Turner, 26, and Nick’s wife Priyanka Chopra, 40.

Nick Jonas told People in the summer:

“We all have families and reside in various locations.”

We’re in a better position than ever before, and it’s an exciting time to think about what comes next.