When do Jonas Brothers UK tour tickets go on sale and how much will they cost
- Becki Crossley
- 4 June 2019
Nick, Joe and Kevin are coming to an arena near you, here's everything you need to know about tickets
Following a six year split the Jonas Brothers are back, with news of record Happiness Begins on the way and comeback single 'Sucker' playing on the airwaves. The Jonas Brothers kick of their UK tour on Wed 19 Jan at Birmingham Arena, calling at The O2 Arena on Sun 2 Feb before final shows in Glasgow and Manchester. Here's some helpful tips to ensure you get tickets when they go on sale at 10am on Thu 6 Jun.
Is there a presale?
Yes, those who preorder Happiness Begins will be contacted with presale details. Live Nation are also running a presale that fans can sign up to for ticket access on 10am Wed 5 Jun and an O2 Priority Presale is also underway.
How much are Jonas Brothers tickets?
It has not yet been confirmed how much tickets are for all venues however Glasgow's SSE Hydro has announced tickets cost between £42.55–£96.50. For the US tour tickets are priced between $21 (£16) up to $116 (£91). Prices will differ from venue to venue for standing and seated tickets.
How can I beat the queues & where can I buy Jo Bros tickets?
Despite the onsale time being 10am on Thu 6 Jun it is advised that you prepare to get tickets a little before this time. Having ticket merchant windows open can help. All dates are being sold by Ticketmaster, whereas tickets for London are being sold by AXSand Manchester by See Tickets.
What time are the shows?
Wed 29 Jan – Birmingham Arena at 7pm
Fri 31 Jan – 3Arena, Dublin at 6.30pm
Sun 2 Feb – The O2, London at 7pm
Mon 3 Feb – The O2, London (NEW DATE ADDED) 7.30pm
Thu 5 Feb – SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow at 6.30pm
Fri 6 Feb – Manchester Arena, Manchester at 7.30pm