The success story began in 2005 when Joe, Nick and Kevin joined forces to form the Jonas Brothers. After their debut album "It's About Time", they managed to jump into the top five of the Billboard 200 for the first time with "Jonas Brothers" (2007). The longplayers "A Little Bit Longer" (2008) and "Lines, Vines and Trying Times" (2009) conquered the top position of the US album charts before the brothers separated for several years in 2013. They caused a sensation with their reunion in 2019, when their long-awaited comeback album "Happiness Begins" again reached No. 1 in their home country. And the Jonas Brothers also made it into the Top 3 with "The Album" in 2023. The band's biggest awards included the American Music Award in the category "Breakthrough Artist of the Year" in 2008 and the Billboard Touring Awards in 2008 and 2009, and they were also nominated for the Grammy in 2009 for "Best New Artist".
Now the brothers are finally back on the road live. With 90 concerts in 20 countries worldwide - and opening with a double show at a twice sold-out Yankee Stadium in New York - "The Tour" is the biggest tour in the band's history. On 3 June 2024, the Jonas Brothers will then also come to the Olympic Hall for the first time.