Jonas Brothers announce Tulsa tour date

Grammy nominated and platinum-selling recording artists, Jonas Brothers, yesterday announced the dates and cities for “The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009” including a June 22 date at Tulsa’s BOK Center, the second stop on the tour.

The tour, which will take the band to three continents, will feature new music taken from the June 15 worldwide release of their upcoming Hollywood Records album.  “The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009,” presented by Burger King®, kicks off in Dallas at New Cowboys Stadium on June 20 and will take the band throughout the United States and Canada.

In addition to their 44-city North American trek, Jonas Brothers will also play three European dates including recently sold-out shows at Paris’ Zenith Arena and London’s Wembley Arena plus a just-added date at Madrid’s Palacio De Deportes.  Additional European shows will be announced soon along with debut tour dates in South America.  “The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009” is produced by Live Nation. 
On Monday, March 16, Team Jonas fan club members in select cities will have the first opportunity to buy tickets to the summer tour.  A pre-sale for CITI® card holders in select cities will begin on March 18 through CITI’s Private Pass® program, for complete details visit  Tickets for the general public in select cities will be available beginning March 20 (BOK Center goes on sale March 28) and can be purchased at Check for specific cities and times for pre-sales and public on-sales.

“The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009” will present the band’s most ambitious production yet and will include a massive 140-foot plus stage centered in the arena that aims to give a larger number of Jonas Brothers fans a closer, more interactive live concert than they’ve ever experienced before.  The show will feature cutting edge technology used in a one-of-a-kind circular water screen, multi-color laser effects, motion automated video screens, a giant crane levitating over the audience plus other surprises that will bring the tour to the next level of concert entertainment. 

“This tour is going to be about really connecting with our fans,” says Joe Jonas.  “We’ve got new music that’s taking us in new directions plus a mind-blowing production that’s going to surprise everyone.  We want to give the audience the summer concert they’re not going to ever forget.”

“The Jonas Brothers are a worldwide phenomenon,” said Jason Garner, Chief Executive Officer of Global Music at Live Nation.  “In 2008 their global tour included 113 concerts and drew nearly 1.2 million fans.  The band is now more popular than ever — with a new movie, album, TV show and book — and we are optimistic that this summer’s tour attendance will reflect that popularity.”

"As presenting sponsor of the Jonas Brothers’ summer tour for the second year in a row, we’re planning a lot of excitement for Jonas Brothers fans beginning with the first tour stop in Dallas on June 20," said Cindy Syracuse, senior director, cultural marketing, Burger King Corp."  We’ll be announcing plans for the ultimate HAVE IT YOUR WAY® Jonas Brothers 2009 experience in support of the tour over the next few months."

Special guests on “The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009” are American Idol winner and Jive Records’ platinum-selling artist, Jordin Sparks, and rising stars, Honor Society.

Dates, cities and venues for the “The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009” are below.  Dates and venues are subject to change.

June 20                  Dallas, TX                              New Cowboys Stadium
June 22                  Tulsa, OK                               BOK Center
June 24                  Denver, CO                            Pepsi Center
June 26                  Nampa, ID                             Idaho Center
June 27                  Portland, OR                         Rose Garden Arena
June 28                  Tacoma, WA                         Tacoma Dome
June 30                  Vancouver, BC                      General Motors Place

July 2                      Edmonton, AB                       Rexall Place
July 4                      Salt Lake City, UT                 Stadium Of Fire (on sale now)
July 5                      Winnipeg, MB                      MTS Centre
July 7                      Omaha, NE                            Qwest Center
July 8                      Minneapolis, MN                Target Center
July 9                      Milwaukee, WI                     Bradley Center
July 10                   Rosemont, IL                         Allstate Arena
July 13                   Washington, DC                   Verizon Center
July 14                   East Rutherford, NJ              IZOD Center
July 17                   Boston, MA                           TD Banknorth Garden
July 20                   Uniondale, NY                      Nassau Coliseum
July 24                   Philadelphia, PA                  Wachovia Center
July 25                   Pittsburgh, PA                      Mellon Arena
July 26                   Detroit, MI                            Palace Of Auburn Hills
July 28                   St. Louis, MO                        Scottrade Center
July 29                   Kansas City, MO                  Sprint Center
August 1                Las Vegas, NV                       Mandalay Bay Events Center
August 3                San Jose, CA                          HP Pavilion at San Jose
August 4                Sacramento, CA                    ARCO Arena
August 5                Fresno, CA                             Save Mart Center
August 7                Los Angeles, CA                    Staples Center
August 11              Phoenix, AZ                  Arena
August 13              San Antonio, TX                    AT&T Center
August 14              Houston, TX                          Toyota Center
August 15              New Orleans, LA                   New Orleans Arena
August 16              Birmingham, AL                    BJCC
August 18              Tampa, FL                              St. Pete Times Forum
August 19              Ft. Lauderdale, FL                 Bank Atlantic Center
August 21              Jacksonville, FL                    Jacksonville Veterans’ Memorial
August 22              Atlanta, GA                            Philips Arena
August 23              Lexington, KY                        Rupp Arena
August 25              Nashville, TN                        Sommet Center
August 26              Columbus, OH                      Nationwide Arena
August 27              Cleveland, OH                      Quicken Loans Arena
August 29              Montreal, QC                        Bell Centre
August 30              Toronto, ON                          Rogers Centre
August 31              Ottawa, ON                           Scotiabank Place

The Jonas Brothers became a pop music phenomenon in 2008 with the release of their platinum-selling album, A Little Bit Longer, and two tours that earned the band a spot among the top selling tours of the year.  They also won an American Music Award for Breakthrough Artist and were recently nominated for a Grammy in the Best New Artist Category.

Further information and all the latest tour developments, please visit the following websites: or