As summer approaches, musicians continue to drop new tour dates and tease festival appearances. As the unofficial party capital of Canada, Montreal has attracted many of these artists to its plethora of summer spectacles.
Many fans were disappointed, then, that the Jonas Brothers had decided to skip the city when they come to Canada for their Happiness Begins Tour.
The reunited band of teenage hearthrobs-turned-studs was only scheduled to make an appearance at the Toronto Scotiabank Arena and Vancouver Rogers Arena between August and October, 2019.
But today, finally, the Brothers have added a Montreal date to their tour.
The Jonases shared the news in a post to Twitter.
The Brothers will take the Montreal Bell Centre by storm on November 27th. They have also scheduled an additional night at the Toronto Scotiabank Arena.
They mistakenly place Montreal in "BC" in the poster above but we'll forgive them for that.
Montreal is in fact just one of several cities the Brothers have added to their tour due to popular demand.
The tour will promote the Brothers' comeback album, titled Happiness Begins. Its lead tracks, "Sucker" and "Cool," have become some of the most popular bops of the year so far.
In addition to the forthcoming album, the Jonas Brothers are also producing an Amazon special about their lives and work, according to Global News.
If enough people express interest, perhaps the Jonas Brothers will add a second Montreal date. One can only hope.
Fans can sign up for the "Verified Fan pre sale" via Ticketmaster here!
Stay tuned to the Jonas Brothers' website for more information.
Get ready, Montrealers! If we're lucky, they'll also perform some of their greatest hits (anyone else still jump around to Year 3000?)!