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Jonas Brothers Announces North America Tour Dates

April 3, 2013 (3:00 am) GMT
Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas will trek across 25 cities starting July for 'Jonas Brothers Live' tour to support their new album.
Jonas Brothers

To support their yet to be titled, forthcoming new album, the trio announces that they will be going on a concert tour anew, their first North America trek in three years. Simply titled "Jonas Brothers Live", the tour will take the three siblings to 25 different cities across the U.S. and Canada starting this summer.

Kicking off on July 10, JoBros will first play at the Charter One Pavilion at Northerly Island in Chicago, Illinois before they perform in 25 other tour dates that will run until the middle of August. They will end the tour with a performance at the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal Catwalk in Los Angeles, California on August 16.

"This tour is about re-connecting with our amazing fans, who have waited patiently for three years to hear new music from us," said the Jonas Brothers, who are clearly just as dedicated to their fans as they are to the threesome. "We can't wait to put on an incredible show for everyone!"

The latest tour announcement was made just a couple of days after the brothers released the music video for their new single "Pom Poms". It is the first track to be released off the group's upcoming fifth studio album, their follow-up to their 2009 album "". They are set to perform their new music when they appear on "" this coming April 9.

"Jonas Brothers Live" North America Summer Tour:



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