Everything you need to know for the Happiness Begins tour


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My inner fan girl is screaming. The Jonas Brothers are back and taking the world by storm. Their album, “Happiness Begins,” came out on June 7 following the group’s first single “Sucker” on March 1. Their “Happiness Begins” tour kicked off on Aug. 7 in Miami, Florida, and they will be in Dallas on Sept. 25 in the American Airlines Center. If you are going to the concert or want to, here is everything you need to do before you go:

  1. Listen to the “Happiness Begins” album

The Jonas Brothers will be performing every song from the album in concert. Knowing every song makes the experience even more enjoyable. Try to memorize the words so that you can sing along, too.

  1. Get some Jonas Brothers merch

You should go to the Jonas brothers website and order some merch to wear at the concert. There is more than just clothing, the merch for this tour also includes button packs, hats, keychains, mugs and more. 

  1. Make a playlist with your favorite songs

Pull up Spotify, Apple Music, SoundCloud or any music streaming app and make a playlist with your favorite Jonas brothers songs. It doesn’t matter if they are old or new, press play and jam out at home. Get in the spirit and get excited for the upcoming concert.

  1. Know the band’s history

The second the Jonas brothers started working towards fame, they were in the spotlight. From having their own TV show to making four albums, they were quite successful, and fans have been going crazy over them since they were teens. This is a key step into becoming a loyal follower for them. Check out the link below to see a timeline of the Jonas Brothers’ career.


  1. Have an amazing time at the concert

This is something you have to do at the actual concert itself. Let your inner fan-girl shine. You will be breathing the same air as the Jonas Brothers. Isn’t that amazing? Enjoy the concert and take videos and pictures to keep as a memory, so you can cherish every second of the show.