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Jonas Brothers Headed To Bahamas for Return To Paradise Concert This December

by Florence Tolulope

American pop-rock band, the Jonas Brothers will kickstart the new year with an exclusive concert at the Atlantis, as part of the resort’s Atlantis LIVE entertainment series.

The Grammy-nominated multiplatinum powerhouse trio will host the December 30 event in the Imperial Ballroom. Marking 10 years since their previous resort concert and fifth time performing as part of the Atlantis LIVE series.

The 2005-formed group, will get the crowd moving with a mix of classics from their albums that made their success path “Lines, Vines and Trying Times,” “It’s About Time,” “A Little Bit Longer,” and “Jonas Brothers”, to a line up of songs from their newest hit album, “Happiness Begins”.

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In an Instagram post, the Jonas Brothers announced that tickets will start selling from tomorrow.

We’re officially headed back to the Bahamas!! See you guys on December 30th in @atlantisbahamas 😎 Tickets on sale tomorrow at 10:30am ET!

The Jonas Brothers, who reunited in 2019, made history with their recent single “Sucker”. This marked the first time a band debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this century. The release of the single marked the trio’s first original release under their new partnership with Republic Records.

The band, consisting of three brothers: Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas received four 2019 MTV Video Music Awards nominations in the categories of “Artist of the Year,” “Best Pop,” “Song of the Year”,  and “Video of the Year”. They also recently grabbed two 2019 Teen Choice Awards for “Choice Summer Group,” and “Artist of the Decade.”

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