St. Louis is Burnin’ Up After Jonas Brothers Concert

Photo Courtesy of The Jonas Brothers.

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Nick, Joe and Kevin took St. Louis on a trip back to the late 2000s this past Saturday night with their “Happiness Begins” tour. All fans, new and old, joined together to wish the brothers a warm welcome as they came on stage. 

 

The Jonas Brothers popped on stage and began the concert with “Rollercoaster,” a song off their new album “Happiness Begins.” The audience couldn’t contain themselves. Joy, tears, screams, all the feelings, all at once. Once the first song was over, the fans joined together to welcome the brothers by screaming, nonstop, for four minutes. Every single person in the Enterprise Center was screaming.

 

They continued the night with hit single “S.O.S,” to the crowd’s liking. The fans fed off the brothers’ energy all night long. The Jo-Bros performed as many songs as they could, boasting a mash-up of some of their more popular songs from the late 2000s. Nick was left on stage for a performance of his hit “Jealous” with a surprise back up by his brother Joe, which led into Nick singing back up while Joe performed “Cake by the Ocean.”

 

During Nick and Joe’s quick change, Kevin shared his heart with the arena; he explained how happy he was to be back on stage with his brothers, how a conversation with them two years ago led to where they are now. 

 

While the brothers performed many of their new songs, their old hits like “Lovebug” and “When You Look Me in the Eyes” were what left the crowd in tears. The fans waited all night until they finally heard the intro to “Year 3000,” and knowing that the concert was coming to a close, they sang their hearts out. To end the night, the band began playing “Burnin’ Up,” and the arena filled with screams. The song ended, and the brothers looked out into the crowd, taking in every single one of their fans, smiling bigger and bigger. They exited the stage, yet no fans wanted to leave. The fans lingered for a while, taking everything in, with the knowledge that their childhood crushes were just there—with the knowledge that the Jonas Brothers will always be amazing because that’s just the way they roll.

 

The Jonas Brothers brought so much joy into St. Louis on Saturday, and their performance here will leave an imprint on everyone who was blessed enough to attend.

Nick, Joe and Kevin took St. Louis on a trip back to the late 2000s this past Saturday night with their “Happiness Begins” tour. All fans, new and old, joined together to wish the brothers a warm welcome as they came on stage. 

 

The Jonas Brothers popped on stage and began the concert with “Rollercoaster,” a song off their new album “Happiness Begins.” The audience couldn’t contain themselves. Joy, tears, screams, all the feelings, all at once. Once the first song was over, the fans joined together to welcome the brothers by screaming, nonstop, for four minutes. Every single person in the Enterprise Center was screaming.

 

They continued the night with hit single “S.O.S,” to the crowd’s liking. The fans fed off the brothers’ energy all night long. The Jo-Bros performed as many songs as they could, boasting a mash-up of some of their more popular songs from the late 2000s. Nick was left on stage for a performance of his hit “Jealous” with a surprise back up by his brother Joe, which led into Nick singing back up while Joe performed “Cake by the Ocean.”

 

During Nick and Joe’s quick change, Kevin shared his heart with the arena; he explained how happy he was to be back on stage with his brothers, how a conversation with them two years ago led to where they are now. 

 

While the brothers performed many of their new songs, their old hits like “Lovebug” and “When You Look Me in the Eyes” were what left the crowd in tears. The fans waited all night until they finally heard the intro to “Year 3000,” and knowing that the concert was coming to a close, they sang their hearts out. To end the night, the band began playing “Burnin’ Up,” and the arena filled with screams. The song ended, and the brothers looked out into the crowd, taking in every single one of their fans, smiling bigger and bigger. They exited the stage, yet no fans wanted to leave. The fans lingered for a while, taking everything in, with the knowledge that their childhood crushes were just there—with the knowledge that the Jonas Brothers will always be amazing because that’s just the way they roll.

 

The Jonas Brothers brought so much joy into St. Louis on Saturday, and their performance here will leave an imprint on everyone who was blessed enough to attend.