What to Do Tonight: Jonas Brothers



“Justin Bieber said we should wait here. He’d pick us up later”
  • “Justin Bieber said we should wait here. He’d pick us up later”

Has the Jonas Brothers’ hold on teenage girls’ hearts, wallets, and bedroom walls run its course? It would appear so, now that so many of the Jonases’ fans are inflicted with temporarily incurable cases of Bieber Fever. But the Jonas Brothers’ reign never really seemed as strong or as widespread as corporate bosses Disney made it appear. Their albums — the latest is last year’s Lines, Vines and Trying Times — sold well, but they weren’t monster huge. And the most talented one’s solo project from earlier this year — Nick Jonas and the Administration’s Who I Am — was a bust. The Jonases have a pair of ventures on Disney Channel’s schedule: the weekly Jonas L.A. series and the upcoming Camp Rock 2: Final Jam movie. Their respective soundtracks bombed. So how will this week’s concert at the Q go over? No doubt there are still fans out there who’ll shriek, squeal, and probably not hear a note of music once Nick, Joe, and Kevin walk onstage. And until Bieber plays Cleveland in November, this will have to do. Jonas Brothers, with Demi Lovato, play Quicken Loans Arena at 7 p.m. Tickets: $32-$92. —Michael Gallucci

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