[CONCERT REVIEW] Jonas Brothers take the stage as if they never left it

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The three brothers stood together in the middle of the stage to a sold-out arena with passionate fans and lighting theatrics ready to begin their journey for a second time.

The music industry has been taken by storm (again) by the Jonas Brothers.

Their first official concert since getting back together was held at the Armory in Minneapolis Apr. 6 as part of the Final Four celebration. They performed a variety of songs from “Burning up” dating back to their second album to “Sucker” one of their latest singles. The brothers sang songs taking fans back to their childhood when they listened to their songs and watched the group in Disney channel shows and movies like “Jonas” and “Camp Rock.”

They also sang songs during the period the brothers weren’t together such as “Cake by the Ocean” by DNCE, the band that Joe was leader singer in, and “Jealous” by Nick.

Coca-Cola sponsored the concert with the opening act being Elle King, the artist known for singing “Ex’s and Oh’s.” She performed for about an hour followed by the show’s DJ introducing the Jonas Brothers.

The three brothers stood together in the middle of the stage to a sold-out arena with passionate fans and lighting theatrics ready to begin their journey for a second time.

This concert both was a good idea for Coca-Cola and the Jonas Brothers. Coca-Cola got a chance for everyone to try out their new orange-vanilla flavored drink while the

The Jonas Brothers showcased their talent and proved to fans they still have it. The idea of including songs from their solo careers rather than solely performing Jonas Brothers songs was a brilliant tactic in showing that while they are back together, individual members have the freedom to explore solo projects.The intensity of the Armory was at its highest it has ever been as the show ended up being a massive hit with fans, and the concert experienced no technical issues.

The Jonas Brothers return to Minnesota to play the Excel Energy Center on Sept. 16 as part of their comeback tour.

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