Jonas Brothers Announce UK 2020 Tour Dates
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The Jonas Brothers have announced their European tour dates for the Happiness Begins Tour - and fans will have five chances to see them on UK soils. Eeeek.
The brothers will be starting their UK tour on the 29th January in Birmingham Arena, before moving to the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland, on the 31st.
Following this, the brothers will then head south to complete a show at London's O2 Arena on 2nd February. They will then go up north again to Glasgow for a show on the 5th Feb at the SSE Hydro Arena, and then on to Manchester on 6th Feb at Manchester Arena.
Announcing the news on Instagram, they wrote: "Can't wait to come back and play some amazing shows with you guys #HappinessBeginsTour tickets for Europe go on sale June 6th!"
The band will be touring Happiness Begins, their upcoming fifth studio album, set to be released on 7th June.
The brothers, made up of Nick, Joe and Kevin, haven't toured the UK since their fourth album Lines, Vines and Trying Times, which was released way back in June 2009, meaning fans are bound to be pretty excited by the tour news.
It's a bit long overdue, lads!
Tickets for the UK dates go on sale on Thursday, 6th June at 10am, so make ad ate in your diaries.
For more information on the tour or to buy tickets, just head to the band's website. But make sure you're on time, we imagine this will be a popular one.
If we're lucky, we might even be able to spot Sophie Turner chugging wine in the crowd. We can only dream...
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