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Jonas Brothers Reuniting, 2019 Tour To Hit Atlanta

Jonas Brothers Reuniting, 2019 Tour To Hit Atlanta

The Jonas Brothers are reuniting and their “Happiness Begins Tour” is coming to Atlanta. (Jonas Brothers Tour/Republic Records)

ATLANTA, GA — The Jonas Brothers are reuniting, and good news Atlanta fans — they’re coming to State Farm Arena this year as part of a 40-date jaunt through North America. The tour coincides with the band’s much-anticipated fifth album, "Happiness Begins," slated to drop June 7.

The Grammy-nominated band announced Wednesday that its "Happiness Begins Tour" will hit major cities including Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Atlanta, Raleigh, Washington, D.C., Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Detroit, Nashville, Indianapolis, St. Louis, St. Paul, Milwaukee, Chicago, Kansas City, Dallas, Houston, Denver, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, San Francisco, Sacramento, San Diego, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

In Atlanta, the Jonas Brothers are scheduled to play on Monday, Aug. 12. Click here to find tickets and enter the promo code "PatchTickets10" to get 10 percent off.

The trek begins in Miami on Aug. 7 and ends Oct. 20 in Los Angeles. Bebe Rexha and singer-songwriter Jordan McGraw will open for the band throughout the tour.

"We’re so excited to announce this tour and get in front of our fans again," the Jonas Brothers told media outlets in a statement. "We can’t wait for everyone to see what we have planned!"

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The Jonas Brothers, made up of Nick, Joe and Kevin, formed in 2005 and built a fan base via their association with the Disney Channel. But the popular band disbanded in October 2013 after abruptly canceling a tour over creative disagreements. The brothers told People magazine at the time that the split was a unanimous decision and came on the heels of Nick Jonas saying he felt "trapped."

The band has charted popular songs including "Burnin’ Up," "When You Look Me In The Eyes," and "S.O.S." It was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2008 for best new artist.

Patch national staffer Dan Hampton contributed to this report.

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