THIS IS AN SOS: The Jonas Brothers Are Coming To Syracuse This Summer
I'm crying. I'm actually crying.
As someone who saw the Happiness Begins tour in 2019 three different times, this news couldn't be better.
The Jonas Brothers are coming to Syracuse.
[...AND DURING MY BIRTHDAY WEEKEND! *freaking out*]
It was announced Wednesday morning that the famous bros, Nick, Joe and Kevin, are heading out on The Remember This tour, kicking off August 20 in Las Vegas. They're out on the road with country artist Kelsea Ballerini hitting outdoor venues across the country. They'll be making their stop in Syracuse at St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview on Sunday, September 26.
We couldn’t be more excited to officially announce we are going on tour THIS summer and bringing our friend Kelsea Ballerini! If this past year has taught us anything it’s that we need to remember the important moments in our lives. We hope these shows will be special moments for our fans, our friends and our families and we can’t wait to see all their faces soon!
Tickets go on sale to the general public on May 27, with presale tickets available to Citi cardmembers on May 24.
If the Syracuse date doesn't work for you, they're also coming to Darien Lake and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.
If you haven't guessed yet: yes, I'm planning on attending with all of my closest friends. Jonas Brothers shows are amazing! They have amazing energy, their chemistry is next level because of their brotherhood, and seeing them live is a memorable experience for sure. My heart is so full knowing that they're coming back to Syracuse. The Fair's Grandstand was actually the place I saw them live for the first time, and there's been many tickets purchased since then. I love them so much.
Will I see you there? Let me know inside our station app.
Let the odds be in our favor to get tickets!
* for fun, here's a photo from when I finally crossed meeting them off my bucket list.
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