Last night the Jonas Brothers concluded their largest tour ever with two shows at The Forum in Los Angeles. The outing’s success is undoubtable, with over one million tickets sold and a total gross over $100 million throughout the North American run, including dates across the US, Mexico and Canada. Produced by Live Nation, the Happiness Begins Tour Presented by American Airlines and Mastercard marked the band’s first headlining tour in over a decade.
Due to overwhelming demand and instant sell-outs in arenas across the country, the Jonas Brothers added new shows earlier this year, bringing the total number to 74—the most dates they have ever done on a single tour. Performing hits both old and new, their fans came out to hear everything from “Year 3000” to “Sucker.” The GRAMMY® nominated trio was joined by special guests Bebe Rexha and Jordan McGraw on select dates.
“Sucker” is RIAA 2x platinum and debuted at number 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100, becoming the first #1 for the band and the first #1 debut by a group this century. They are also nominated for a 2020 Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Sucker" and were recently named Billboard's 2019 Top Charting Duo/Group.
Listen to "Sucker" here: