THE JONAS BROTHERS
Musical and brotherly trio The Jonas Brothers announced they'd be heading out on a Spring 2013 tour, playing in Latin and South America.
"We can't think of a better way to start off the New Year than being on the road again," the brothers said in statement. "We're excited to see our Latin American fans again and share our new music with them!"
The band's tour stops include:
Feb 24 Caracas, Venezuela - on sale Dec 15
Feb 26 Vina Del Mar, Chile - on sale now
Feb 28 Santiago, Chile - on sale Dec 16
Mar 2 Cordoba, Argentina - on sale TBD
Mar 3 Buenos Aires, Argentina - on sale Dec 15
Mar 5 Santa Cruz, Bolivia - on sale Feb 7
Mar 10 Sao Paolo, Brazil - on sale Dec 22
Mar 12 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - on sale Dec 22
Mar 14 Porto Alegre, Brazil - on sale Dec 15
Mar 17 Asuncion, Paraguay - on sale Dec 15
Mar 19 Montevideo, Uruguay - on sale Dec 21
Mar 21 Guatemala City, Guatemala - on sale Dec 18
The Jonas Brothers burst onto the music scene in August 2007 with their self-titled debut album, which included the hit single, "S.O.S." The song soared to #1 on iTunes while the CD made the top five albums on the Billboard charts and was soon certified double platinum. With the release of the band's second album, A Little Bit Longer, the Jonas Brothers became the first artist ever to have three albums on the Billboard Top 10 at once – Jonas Brothers, A Little Bit Longer and the Camp Rock soundtrack. In 2009, they released Lines, Vines and Trying Times, a global hit that became their second #1 album in one year.
Since then, the Jonas Brothers have sold a combined 20 million units worldwide, earned over 40 Gold & Platinum record certifications and achieved the Guinness World Record for Most Singles to Enter Straight into the US Top 20 in a year by a group (five singles in 2009). They received their first Grammy nomination in 2008 for Best New Artist, and have won nearly 50 awards across the globe, including an American Music Award.