After a total of 92 shows, the Jonas Brothers‘ Happiness Begins Tour is officially over. On Saturday, February 22, the brothers took their final bow in Paris, France and closed the chapter on this era of music. During the concert, the audience noticed Joe Jonas break down in tears during the band’s bows at the end of the night.
Crowd members were quick to capture the emotional moment on camera and share it with Jonas Brothers fans on Twitter. Naturally, the video of Joe’s emotional moment went viral. Some people reposted the video alongside messages sharing their love for the band.
After the concert was over, Joe took to Instagram and celebrated the end of tour with a heartfelt message to his 13 million followers.
“Thank you! If I could, I‘d personally hug every single one of you that came out to see us on the [Happiness Begins Tour] over the past few months,” the 30-year-old captioned a video of him and his brothers from tour. “Being able to get back on stage with my brothers has been a dream come true. Thank you to the band and crew for an amazing run of shows. You guys are the best of the best!!”
Even though this worldwide tour might be over, there’s still more to come from the JoBros in 2020. As fans know, the boys are headed to Las Vegas, Nevada for a mini-residency at the Park Theater at Park MGM Hotel in April. The three-piece boyband is set to play nine shows between April 1, 2020 and April 18, 2020.
That’s not all! The Jonas Brothers’ memoir BLOOD finally has a release date for later this year. Originally, the book was supposed to come out on November 12, 2019, but was then pushed back to March 17, 2020. Now it’s set to hit stands on October 20, 2020 and according to the boys themselves, “It will be worth the extra wait!”
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