Jonas Brothers Cancel Tour Due to ‘Big Disagreement’


The Jonas Brothers were finally ready to start burnin’ up stages around the U.S. and Canada again, but their plans have been extinguished just two days before the start of their tour.

The “First Time” singers announced on Wednesday that they have canceled their upcoming fall tour that was set to kick off this Friday, October 11.

“There is a deep rift within the band,” the brothers’ spokesman, Jesse Derris, exclusively told People magazine. “There was a big disagreement over their music direction.”

Fans will be refunded for their ticket purchases.

The band recently reconvened after working on separate projects over the past few years. Nick and Joe Jonas pursued solo albums, while Kevin and wife Danielle starred in their own reality show, Married to Jonas. 

Nick, Joe, and Kevin released two new songs, “Pom Poms” and “First Time,” this year off their upcoming (and highly-anticipated) album, V, which has supposedly been put on hold as well.

It seems like just yesterday the “Love Bug” singers were having a ball celebrating Nick’s 21st birthday in Las Vegas.

We aren’t sure what the future holds for the Jonas Brothers, but we hope that they soon reconcile and get back to putting out great music.

Keep your heads up JoBro fans!