On Oct. 9 it was revealed in an article on People's website that the Jonas Brothers have cancelled their fall of 2013 North American tour. The band's publicist confirmed to People magazine that a disagreement over their music direction has left a rift between the band members, who are also brothers. Bonnie McKee was set to open all concerts, and you can view a complete list of the cancelled tour dates below.
The Jonas Brothers' fall of 2013 North American tour was set to begin on Oct. 11 in Upper Darby, Pa., and end on Nov. 6 in Seattle. The band was set to perform 19 concerts around the U.S. and Canada over a three and a half week time span. The band has yet to speak out about the cancelled tour, or if it will be rescheduled in the future.
Their now cancelled tour was in support of the group's fifth studio album, "V". The album is set to be released this year via Jonas Enterprises. It will be the band's first full length studio album released since "Lines, Vines and Trying Times" in 2009.
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Jonas Brothers - Cancelled Fall 2013 North American Tour Dates:
Oct. 11 – Upper Darby, Pa., Tower Theatre
Oct. 12 – Montclair, N.J., The Wellmont Theater
Oct. 13 – Toms River, N.J., Pine Belt Arena
Oct. 15 – Albany, N.Y., Palace Theatre
Oct. 16 – Montreal, Quebec, Metropolis
Oct. 18 – Boston, Mass., Orpheum Theatre
Oct. 19 – Hampton Beach, N.H., Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
Oct. 20 – Westbury, N.Y., NYCB Theatre At Westbury
Oct. 21 – Silver Spring, Md., The Fillmore Silver Spring
Oct. 23 – New York, N.Y., Hammerstein Ballroom / Grand Ballroom
Oct. 24 – Columbus, Ohio, Lifestyle Communities Pavilion
Oct. 25 – Charleston, W.Va., Clay Center For The Arts & Sciences
Oct. 26 – Greensburg, Pa., Palace Theatre
Oct. 28 – Milwaukee, Wis., Riverside Theatre
Oct. 30 – Saint Paul, Minn., Myth
Oct. 31 – Kansas City, Mo., The Midland By AMC
Nov. 1 – Denver, Colo., Bellco Theatre
Nov. 5 – Vancouver, B.C., Orpheum
Nov. 6 – Seattle, Wash., Paramount Theatre