In just one week’s time, the Jonas Brothers will be heading back out on the road for the European leg of their Happiness Begins tour. Earlier today, they announced who will be supporting them this time around.
American artist Jordan McGraw will be joining Nick, Joe and Kevin on the road once more having previously supported them on the US leg. They will also be joined by Irish rock band Picture This.
The European leg of the Happiness Begins tour kicks off in Birmingham on January 29, with shows in cities including Manchester, London, Berlin, Barcelona, and Amsterdam, before finishing in Paris on February 22nd.
29 January 2020 – Birmingham, U.K. Arena Birmingham
31 January 2020 – Dublin, Ireland 3Arena
02 February 2020 – London, U.K. The O2
03 February 2020 – London, U.K. Wembley SSE Arena
05 February 2020 – Glasgow, U.K. The SSE Hydro
06 February 2020 – Manchester, U.K. Manchester Arena
08 February 2020 – Antwerp, Belgium Lotto Arena
10 February 2020 – Berlin, Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena
11 February 2020 – Cologne, Germany Lanxess Arena
13 February 2020 – Zurich, Switzerland Hallenstadion
14 February 2020 – Milan, Italy Mediolanum Forum
16 February 2020 – Madrid, Spain WiZink Center
17 February 2020 – Barcelona, Spain Palau Sant Jordi
18 February 2020 – Montpellier, France Sud de France Arena
20 February 2020 – Amsterdam, Netherlands Ziggo Dome
22 February 2020 – Paris, France AccorHotels Arena
Just last week, the Jonas Brothers launched a new era of music with the infectious single ‘What A Man Gotta Do’. The track comes accompanied by an iconic music video which pays homage to famous movie scenes. Fans have also jumped to TikTok to recreate the band’s dance routine from the video.
Ahead of the European leg of their tour, the Jonas Brothers will be performing at the GRAMMY Awards this Sunday, where they’re also nominated for “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance”.