Tickets News wrote an article about why Live Nation put up the fake Jonas Brothers 12 Days Of Christmas tour dates a couple of weeks ago. JB said: ‘It has come to our attention that dates for a possible December concert tour somehow found their way onto the internet.
Due to scheduling issues we’re sorry to inform you that this won’t be possible. We look forward to a wonderful touring season in 2010.’ The 11 announced 12 Days Of Christmas tour dates were quickly taken down from the site after leaking a couple of weeks ago.
According to Ticket News: The date-pull is an especially strange mix-up for Live Nation, considering the company holds a long-term touring deal with Jonas Brothers. The deal, signed into effect for late January 2008, was expected to span at least two years and more than 140 concerts around the world. Since the deal is still standing, it seems that Live Nation would be the first to know, and accurately confirm any Jonas Brothers touring plans
John Vlautin, VP of communications for Live Nation, credited the Jonas Brothers concert listings on the company’s site to an ‘employee error’ but refused to answer additional questions about the situation.