Aug. 1, 2008: A delayed plane didn’t sour the 19,000 fans who filled Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain to see Nick, Joe and Kevin, better known as the Jonas Brothers.
The concert, which also featured opening act Demi Lovato, was delayed by about 90 minutes because her plane arrived late at the airport.
Once at the Pavilion, Lovato kicked off the show with a cover of the song “That’s How You Know” from the film “Enchanted.” She also performed “Two Worlds Collide,” “Until You’re Mine” and a cover of Miranda Cosgrove’s “Daydream.”
Following Lovato’s performance, the Brothers took the stage for an almost two hour-long set. They performed songs such as “Pushing Me Away,” “A Little Bit Longer” and “Love Bug.” Lovato later joined the brothers on stage to sing “Gotta Find You” from the popular June 2008 Disney Channel movie “Camp Rock,” in which the four starred.

During the day, Jonas Brothers fans (and their moms) filled downtown Scranton, hoping to catch a glimpse of them. But a good stand-in for the brothers was a Verizon Wireless-sponsored bus parked at Radisson at Lackawanna Station hotel.
This bus had larger-than-life photos of the Jonases on its sides and was covered in graffiti and Post-It notes left by fans. People stopped to take photos with the bus and left the boys messages such as “I love you all. Call me.”
The bus driver and hotel management said the brothers were not staying at the Radisson.
The Jonases continued to perform and release music until October 2013, when they decided to go their separate ways.
In February 2019, however, the trio announced that they were getting the band back together. Days later, they released a new track called “Sucker” with a music video starring their significant others, Danielle Deleasa, Priyanka Chopra and Sophie Turner.
The Jonas Brothers are set to play at the Armory in Minneapolis on Satuday, April 6, as part of a series of performances held in conjunction with the NCAA Final Four tournament taking place in the city. The other acts performing during the tournament are the Chainsmokers, Katy Perry and Zedd.

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