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The Jonas Brothers take fans on a trip down the memory lane with nostalgic ‘THE TOUR’ concert

The Jonas Brothers, icons of the American pop-rock scene, treated their fans to a trip down memory lane with their highly anticipated 2024 concert, ‘THE TOUR.’ For fans who grew up listening to their music, the event was a long-awaited reunion with the trio, and it certainly did not disappoint.

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Returning to the same venue where they last left fans enthralled in 2012, the Jonas Brothers delivered on their promise of “five albums, one night” last February 22, showcasing their top hits from each of their five studio albums.

They kicked off the concert on a high note with “What A Man Gotta Do.” Nick took time to express their heartfelt gratitude to the fans for their unwavering support over the years since their debut in 2006. “It’s so good to be back!,” he stated and then they went on to perform “S.O.S,” “Hold On,” and “That’s Just The Way We Roll.”

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The brothers then delivered performances of fan favorites from their sophomore album, “A Little Bit Longer,” including “Lovebug,” “Video Girl,” ‘One Man Show,” and the fiery “Burnin’ Up,” showcasing their musical evolution over the years.

Moving to a different era, the band delved into their “Lines, Vines and Trying Times” album. The performance included hits like “Hey Baby,” “Poison Ivy,” and “Much Better.”

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The Jonas brothers hyped up the crowd even more with the tracks from their 2023 release, “The Album” such as “Sail Away,” “Celebrate,” “Waffle House,” and “Summer Baby.”

Adding to the excitement, Nick and Joe performed their solo songs “Jealous” and “Cake By The Ocean” respectively.

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As the night reached its pinnacle, the Jonas Brothers united again to deliver a grand finale. The infectious beats of “Sucker” echoed through the venue. The Jonas Brothers then bid farewell with “Leave Before You Love Me.”

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During the three-hour concert, the trio showed no signs of tiredness as they poured their hearts and souls into each performance, leaving fans in awe of their boundless energy.

The Jonas Brother’s “The Tour” concert in Manila marked their first stop of the year, and the energetic crowd just proved that it was the perfect place to kick off the tour.

The event was made possible by Ovation Productions.


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