Jonas Bro South American Ticket Pricing?

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From @ferraretojade. I’m a Jonas fan from Brazil who is desperate to find some answers, and I think you can help me and many other Brazilian fans. So the Jonas Brothers are finally on tour and have performed in a lot of countries in South America, including two cities in Brazil so far.

Their concerts seemed to be amazing, fun and LONG (about 26 songs). The only problem is that here, in Brazil, they performed for one hour only. 18 songs. In Curitiba (Paraná), nobody really knows why they left so suddenly; some say it was because of lack of security, some, because they were 30 minutes late.

Today, in Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais), people are saying their concert lasted for about 1h10, when it normally should last for AT LEAST 1h30. They’ve cut some songs out of their setlist, they’ve changed it, and we just don’t know why. So we are asking for help. We have 3 cities left, and we need to change this situation. Here are some facts I could find on Tickets For Fun’s site, the company who’s brought them in Brazil:

Rio de Janeiro (03/12): The prices ranged from R$ 450,00 (about US$ 231.35) to R$ 80,00 (US$ 41.13); São Paulo (03/10) R$ 500,00 (US$ 257,06) to R$ 90,00 (US$ 46,27) Porto Alegre (03/14) R$ 200,00 (US$ 102.82) to R$ 120,00 (US$ 61.69) Belo Horizonte (03/08) R$ 260,00 (US$133.67) to R$ 80,00 (US$ 41.13)

There’s nothing about Curitiba, but the point is: we have the most expensive concerts, the company (T4F) is a terrible company and has been sued by many people because of different events that didn’t go quite right. Please, we need help, so spread this to everybody!

We were able to make #PlayMoreSongsInBrazilJonas a Worldwide TT.

  • Anonymous

    Don’t know why people say the boys are short. I’m 5’7 and they were taller than me. I met Usher and he was my same height so he is short, the Jonas are not that short….

  • Anonymous

    Don’t know why people say the boys are short. I’m 5’7 and they were taller than me. I met Usher and he was my same height so he is short, the Jonas are not that short….

  • Anonymous

    YOU GUYS THINK THAT BECAUSE YOU DON’T LIVE IN BRAZIL! IT’S EXPENSIVE FOR US BECAUSE HERE WE HAVE A LOT OF CORRUPTION, A LOT O TAXES, THE GAS HERE IS VERY EXPENSIVE, THE LIGHT BILL IS SUPER EXPENSIVE. THEY TAKE OUR MANY AWAY ALL THE TIME FOR STUPID THINGS. YOU DON’T KNOW HOW IT IS TO LIVE HERE.
    And we paid for the same quatity of songs, just like Chile, Argentina. We pay the same money, ever higher, for less songs?

  • Anonymous

    I think what your saying is very true Dear! Americans don’t know how it is out of their own country!!!

  • Anonymous

    for the record Brazil is the biggest country in South America so you guys saying “FIVE CONCERTS” like it’s WOW… no it’s just fair because it’s a big country and with a lot of fans

  • coniconiconni

    Brazilian fans should be grateful the Jonas brothers saw their “please come to brazil”… oh wait

  • Anonymous

    jonas brothers FLOP FLOP FLOP

  • Anonymous

    Well they are not flipping in SA, they are doing amazing. Have you seen the size arenas they are playing in? Can’t call that a flop, especially when they have not released music in nearly 4 years. Sorry they cause controversy & drama to make it into magazines & the news like other celebs. They are happy in their little jonas world.

  • Anonymous

    You want a full concert, Brazil? Stop sneaking into their hotel, breaking into Soundcheck and stay the fuck off the stage!

  • Anonymous

    The radio city concert and the pantages concerts weren’t exactly cheep thought and they were sold out pretty fast

  • Anonymous

    Granted we dont live in Brazil….. But hmmm, I live in America– We have really high taxes b/c they tax us at every level of government plus on things we buy and a bunch of random other things, we have ALOT of corruption that is why other countries do not tend to like us, GAS is crazy expensive here and so its the light bill, electric bill, car note, house or apartment payments- HONEY WAKE UP- THAT IS THE STATE OF THE WORLD– America is NOT as peachy as it looks from the outside– so $40 dollars to 99% of us is a lot of money and takes a lot of work to earn to spend leisurely… don’t believe what ppl tell you all of the time- However, we are not as crazy as you all at concerts- an artist has every right to leave if they feel unsafe- also, if you are at an event (festival,etc.), the event plans how much time they can have — if you are at a normal concert there are time limits et forth by the venue– that is where the higher prices come from not JB– if the venue is more expensive, they have to charge more— less songs? A normal concerts main artist (not opening act) last about an 1hour. If they were up there more than that, you should be grateful

  • Anonymous

    This is not fair, because we have expectations

  • Anonymous

    This is not fair, because we have expectations

    Don’t even go there. It makes me so angry that you would even say that because they shortened the set list by about 3 songs that you recd a “less than” performance. The guys gave an incredible show last night. They don’t “NORMALLY” perform 26 songs. It’s generally in the 18-20 range.

    Curitiba and Belo were given great concerts. And again, Brazil is getting more concerts than any other country on the South Amercan tour.

  • Anonymous

    Most likely there are problems in some countries with doing the covers. They don’t seem to be doing them at the last few concerts. They have to have permission to sing other people’s songs. Maybe in some countries they can’t get that permission. Supposedly last night the audience got very hot


    Covers are not normally part of the Jonas set list and you are so right, they may not be abe to perform them every time.

    IT was sweltering hot in that venue last night but they still played 18 songs and they were on stage almost 1 1/2 hours.

  • Anonymous

    Supposedly last night the audience got very hot.
    —————–

    Joe did take off his clothes. Not surprised.

  • Anonymous

    Nick cried during Wedding Bells last night.

  • Anonymous

    People can’t never be happy. The Jonas Brothers play out a great show on this tour, in Argentina they played more than 20 songs, and their setlist was about hour and a half. And we didn’t have five shows. so.

  • Anonymous

    Cuz they’re money hungry. The Warped Tour is only like, 30-something dollars for a ticket. I have been to a concert for under 20 bucks AND I got to meet the bands FOR FREE. They want a damn arm and leg for their tickets.

  • Anonymous

    Brazilian are so selfish!!! -.- hope nobody helps you

  • Anonymous!

    Does Nick own any other pair of pants besides those black ones?

  • Anonymous

    If i want to go to one of their concerts here in Chile i have to travel for about 9 hours because theres just one show and brazil gets 5 shows. Brazilians are selfish. Be grateful.:)

  • Anonymous

    Whine more, Brazil. Those ticket prices are pretty normal anymore for the length if show you are getting.

    See this is what people are sick of—whine nonstop to get them there then whine when they get there that they don’t want you mobbing and groping them at the airport or that they aren’t doing enough in concert.

  • Anonymous

    Please, don’t generalize! I’m brazilian and I’m not complaining about anything. Not everyone here thinks the same way!

  • Anonymous

    i think they should have just waited until they had a new album out because now they’re just repeating all these new songs and singing camp rock songs when they want to distance themselves from everything disney…. so like they’re just not being cohesive about all this stuff.

  • Anonymous

    Listen, the Jonas Brothers have low ticket prices because very few people go to their concerts anymore. In Philadelphia, they were advertising Jonas Brothers tickets for $10 because no one was showing up. They used to fill arenas and now they can only sell TLA and Susquehanna Back Center and not entirely. They are not big name artists.
    Also, they are hoping to make lots of money in Sout America because fans in Venezuela (and Brazil especially) go crazy for them no matter what. They can sell more tickets with less songs because those girls will buy them. They CANNOT go on tour in the US without a full new album. They can’t trick the US fans with playing all old songs and only four new songs, covers and old songs from five years ago. They need to make some money, so they are taking money from countries in Sout America, Russia and Sout Asia.

  • Anonymous

    Mar 9, 2013 @ 09:32 am
    Anonymous! said:
    Does Nick own any other pair of pants besides those black ones?

    —-

    I don’t think they brought many clothes haha Joe has worn the same tanktop and outfits for a couple of shows. Love those boys! Outfit repeaters!

  • Anonymous

    Brazilians should shut the fuck up, I paid 550 US dollars to see them in Viña and 320 in santiago, so yes Im glad we had a lot of songs, Brazilian prices are fucking cheap

  • Anonymous

    Pom poms comes out in the spring.

  • Anonymous

    AT LEAST YOU BRAZILIAN PEOPLE HAS MORE THAN ONE TOUR DATE. IGNORED COUNTRIES IN SOUTH AMERICA AS COLOMBIA, PERU AND ECUADOR DON’T HAVE ANYTHING

  • Anonymous

    that has happen bc of blanda
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  • Anonymous

    In Chile they were like almost U$390 so that’s kind of cheap

  • Anonymous

    BRASIL FANS READ THIS!

    Brazil’s first concert to a fan jumped on stage and then everyone wanted to climb. had little security and few out injured! The problem in Brazil is the lack of security at concerts.

  • Anonymous

    I paid $1500 for TWO tickets to see them here in LA
    last month and the theatre was small, not only that but we go
    through TICKETMASTER/LIVENATION which is scalper heaven.

    —-

    $1500? Wtf? What is WRONG with you, I love my music, but I honestly wouldn’t spit out close to $2000 to go see them. You basically paid roughly $750 each person… you could have put that to better use. Ridiculous.

  • Anonymous

    I agree with the person saying that in Brazil, those tickets are expensive. You can’t compare it to U.S. dollars. Here, we have it easier than in third world countries. We can make $40 in a few hours, in some places in Brazil, you can make that same amount of money in days. You have to take into consideration their economy. We’re fucking privilege in the U.S. That doesn’t mean that other people are. Don’t be inconsiderate assholes, think about the situations in those countries.
    Also, while those tickets are cheap, they could still do a full set. I went to a concert for $40. and it lasted three and a half hours. There were three acts. So yes, JB could put a little more songs in there.

  • Anonymous

    And by better use I’d say… put it into a car, save towards YOUR future (college/university).. that isn’t cheap, and it’ll last longer for you… trust me, when you’re older and have a stable career, you’ll be able to STILL go see the Jonas Brothers.

    Some people just don’t even understand the value of money and keep throwing it at people who have millions already.

    My parents pay for my university costs, but evenso, I know how much they have put into it. I know how many hours of hard work have been invested in my future. My other friends are in debt, and I see their struggles, and then there’s people like you throwing it to already built celebs. Well done.

  • Anonymous

    and debt = education costs.

    And people wonder why most fans are immature and throw hissy fits at everything. Maybe because they constantly invest their time doing other irrelevant things.

  • Anonymous

    security is obviously a problem down therer look at the photo they posted on Youtube… its great that they are popular but the venues do not provide enough security… that is why when celebrities go down there they get scratched up, mobbed, cars are turned over, etc. Also, sweetie some of those shows were for events so the event planners (Vina festival) plan the time. Also, most shows are only an 1 hour to an hour and a half without an opener. Mickey counts as part of the show. The prices are not that outrageous. I live in Ohio and tickets for popular artists (by the time you pay for parking) are around $40 tp $50. You are not really paying more than anyone else. Bringing attention to the issue will do nothing since they have already played those shows and the companies who are incharge of pricing are not going to cut their prices b/c a few Jonas fans get angry. This is what it is with artist. South America is crazy b/c of that and the lack of security (did u see the airport) they cannot do as much without getting HURT. If a concert becomes over capacity or the crowd starts getting out of hand that is what happened with the show where they left early– you ccannot expect for them to stay and have people storm the stage — that happened to Nick back in 2010 (the crowd storme the stage during an administration show)

  • Anonymous

    the tickets for MILEY’s concert in Brazil was $400 dollars (vip area w/out m&g)

  • Anonymous

    And you’re complaining because?

    I paid $1500 for TWO tickets to see them here in LA
    last month and the theatre was small, not only that but we go
    through TICKETMASTER/LIVENATION which is scalper heaven.

    I see no reason why you’re complaining. It doesn’t matter if it’s an hour or two, just enjoy it!

  • Anonymous

    Mar 9, 2013 @ 08:59 am
    Anonymous said:

    Nick cried during Wedding Bells last night.
    ___________

    ¿Pero porqué? ¿Dime porqué?

    En inglés soy diciendo: But why? Tell me why?

  • Anonymous

    *por qué

    auto correct es estúpido.

  • Jade

    I am @ferraretojade and I’m here to clear some things up. I wrote this e-mail because I wanted people to know about this situation.
    1) This wasn’t exactly about the prices. I was talking about the concert’s lenght. When I said they NORMALLY perform 26 songs, I actually referred to concerts in other countries in SA this year. In Argentina, where they performed for free in a festival, their concert lasted longer. Now, why?

    2) People are saying we shouldn’t say anything because we’re having 5 concerts, and we actually should be greatful. Uh… hello, there are 26 states in Brazil. Some countries in South America have the size of ONE Brazillian state. US has 50 states and they perform in A LOT of states while touring. So PLEASE be considerate to this fact before saying anything dumb.

    3) As far as I know, no one in Brazil broke into soundcheck. The Argentinians did, and I guess Joe tweeted something about it “what a lovely surprise we got here!” Yes, we are insane and some fans don’t consider them as human beings who get fed up of all the craziness and whatnot, but security usually IS tight. I don’t think this was actually a matter.

    4) Even though our economy is 6th in the world, there are a lot of social and financial differences, poverty, corruption and etc. I think the tickets are expensive because our they just don’t fit with our situation. While some people are able to pay a lot for concerts and m&g, a lot more isn’t.

    Anyways, I should emotionally prepare myself to the concert tomorrow.

  • BrokenArrow

    lol i dont know when a ticket is cheap or expensive O_O

  • Anonymous

    Cuz they’re money hungry. The Warped Tour is only like, 30-something dollars for a ticket. I have been to a concert for under 20 bucks AND I got to meet the bands FOR FREE. They want a damn arm and leg for their tickets.

    Warped?

    You can’t compare the two fan bases and when you are selling 10,000-80,000 tickets (depending on venue size) you are also PAYING for that venue. Small clubs and tiny venues don’t charge for ticketing, etc.

    And the Jonas Brothers are still considered a Major touring band. Their ticket prices are about 1/2 or 1/4 what other Major bands charge. They aren’t overcharging. And here’s another news flash. Team Jonas members get the chance to see them for FREE. I went to both a M&G and Soundcheck for FREE. The also offer VIP but give away twice as many tickets for free, so don’t talk about something you know nothing about.

  • Anonymous

    This wasn’t exactly about the prices. I was talking about the concert’s lenght. When I said they NORMALLY perform 26 songs, I actually referred to concerts in other countries in SA this year. In Argentina, where they performed for free in a festival, their concert lasted longer. Now, why?

    Again, you can’t compare because they ADDED two concerts in Brazil. They are still performin more shows there. Their set list is not NORMALLY 26 SONGS. It is usually around 18.

  • Anonymous

    And you’re complaining because?

    I paid $1500 for TWO tickets to see them here in LA
    last month and the theatre was small, not only that but we go
    through TICKETMASTER/LIVENATION which is scalper heaven.

    I see no reason why you’re complaining. It doesn’t matter if it’s an hour or two, just enjoy it!

    The ticket prices vary greatly. Last time I saw them play was in Cincinnati and the tickets were about $80 each. We had great seats. If you want VIP or guaranteed seats in the front rows, you pay more.

    If you’re a Team Jonas member then you can enter for a M&G or Soundcheck. Those are FREE if you win. They really do try to get as many people into a Soundcheck or M&G as possible. They obviously can’t give away 10,000 tickets nor would they have time to meet that many people.

    Most bands don’t even do M&G or an open Soundcheck.

    As far as the set list, when I saw them they had a 19 song set list but it varies all the time. I think it’s cool that they change it up in case you are seeing multiple shows. I’m sure each venue is also different.

    Cut them some slack. God, they added TWO SHOWS in Brazil to accomadate the demand. They are also doing more shows there, like the others have said.

  • Anonymous

    Cuz they’re money hungry. The Warped Tour is only like, 30-something dollars for a ticket. I have been to a concert for under 20 bucks AND I got to meet the bands FOR FREE. They want a damn arm and leg for their tickets.

    They aren’t even in the same realm honey. And I don’t know what world you are living in but there are no Major touring bands (Jonas Brothers have sold over 20 million albums) out there selling tickets that low. There stage alone is a huge production and costs a great deal to set up. They tour with a lot of people, they all have to be paid, the venue has to be paid, the people that work at the venue, etc. Everyone gets a piece.

    Most tickets start around $120-150 for basic seats and some tours are twice that. I think the Jonas Brothers have always tried to offer a good price range.

  • Anonymous

    Brazil get over it!
    You get a concert every tour! Some countries haven’t even had JB yet! They at least played a concert

    So what if you didn’t think it was enough

  • Anonymous

    agree with the person saying that in Brazil, those tickets are expensive. You can’t compare it to U.S. dollars. Here, we have it easier than in third world countries. We can make $40 in a few hours, in some places in Brazil, you can make that same amount of money in days. You have to take into consideration their economy. We’re fucking privilege in the U.S. That doesn’t mean that other people are. Don’t be inconsiderate assholes, think about the situations in those countries.
    Also, while those tickets are cheap, they could still do a full set. I went to a concert for $40. and it lasted three and a half hours. There were three acts. So yes, JB could put a little more songs in there.


    Actually Brazil isn’t considered a third world country. They have a wide range of people with different financial backgrounds just like the United States, and there was tickets available in different price ranges. There are a lot of fans that can’t afford to see them in the US too. This is a splurge, bands understand that. Not everyone goes to see them in concert.

    But you can’t fault the guys for it. They carry a large amount of expense to put on a show like this. I think someone said it above. You have to pay the venue, security, there are fees associated with each venue for the personnel. They also have their own staff, stage crew, band. All the hotel accomodations, the flight and cost of transporting the equipment.

  • Anonymous

    There are so many countries who have NEVER had the Jonas Brothers tour. I think having five shows is a great effort on the guys part. Give them a little more credit.

  • Anonymous

    Voce está certa Jade. Os Argentinos sempre brigam pelos seus direitos e são respeitados. Aqui no Brasil, país das bundas, somos tratados como bundões.

  • Anonymous

    Don’t know why people say the boys are short. I’m 5’7 and they were taller than me. I met Usher and he was my same height so he is short, the Jonas are not that short….

    They aren’t that short. I would guess about 5’8″ or 5’9″. They were taller than me too.

  • Anonymous

    Mar 9, 2013 @ 03:35 pm
    Anonymous said:
    Cuz they’re money hungry. The Warped Tour is only like, 30-something dollars for a ticket. I have been to a concert for under 20 bucks AND I got to meet the bands FOR FREE. They want a damn arm and leg for their tickets.

    Warped?

    You can’t compare the two fan bases and when you are selling 10,000-80,000 tickets (depending on venue size) you are also PAYING for that venue. Small clubs and tiny venues don’t charge for ticketing, etc.

    And the Jonas Brothers are still considered a Major touring band. Their ticket prices are about 1/2 or 1/4 what other Major bands charge. They aren’t overcharging. And here’s another news flash. Team Jonas members get the chance to see them for FREE. I went to both a M&G and Soundcheck for FREE. The also offer VIP but give away twice as many tickets for free, so don’t talk about something you know nothing about.

    Yeah Warped Tour is a festival so that’s pretty cheap

  • Anonymous

    Just so you americans know, Elton John’s concert here in Brazil (which is happening in a stadium btw) is cheaper than JB, so I don’t get it and also don’t think you can say a single thing about Brazil if you don’t live here, because you don’t know how things work around here.

  • Anonymous

    YOU GUYS THINK THAT BECAUSE YOU DON’T LIVE IN BRAZIL! IT’S EXPENSIVE FOR US BECAUSE HERE WE HAVE A LOT OF CORRUPTION, A LOT O TAXES, THE GAS HERE IS VERY EXPENSIVE, THE LIGHT BILL IS SUPER EXPENSIVE. THEY TAKE OUR MANY AWAY ALL THE TIME FOR STUPID THINGS. YOU DON’T KNOW HOW IT IS TO LIVE HERE.
    And we paid for the same quatity of songs, just like Chile, Argentina. We pay the same money, ever higher, for less songs?


    And you don’t know what it’s like in other countries either. Everyone thinks the US streets are paved in gold or something. We have it hard here too. It took me two years to save for tickets to see them.

    The ticket prices are set for a variety of reasons. I’m sure the Jonas Brothers didn’t sit in a room and purposely price them higher. They have to pay different fees at different venues and that is all factored in. You talk about corruption etc. They aren’t responsible for the ticket gougers or the venues that charge excessive fees.

    But the true argument is over concert length and number of songs. You can’t take one or two concerts and compare them. You have to take the average. They don’t usually play 26 songs, they play around 18. They gave an incredible performance. And don’t forget they added two shows in Brazil just to accomodate the fans. Everyone seems to forget that.

  • Anonymous

    Just so you americans know, Elton John’s concert here in Brazil (which is happening in a stadium btw) is cheaper than JB, so I don’t get it and also don’t think you can say a single thing about Brazil if you don’t live here, because you don’t know how things work around here.

    Because it’s in a stadium. Larger concerts that are in bigger stadiums can generally spread the cost out more. More tickets can help decrease the price.

    I’m not claiming to know about Brazil but I do have a good understanding of concert venues & how ticketing works. No one is knocking your country but being so agressive about a few less songs is over the top and disrespectful to the guys. Touring is not easy. And you can’t fault them for the shows because they have all been incredible.

  • Anonymous

    Nick did not cry during wedding bells he over Miley. She is not what he likes she is weird

  • Anonymous

    The majority of the fans in Brazil are satified! The Jonas Brothers have been amazing here so far, I was there yesterday and everything was just perfect. They’ve improved so much their sound quality, they’re much more professional, they gave all they could to get back to the fans. They were excited, really really into to the moment and so were the audience.
    About the security issues someone was talking about, there were A LOT of security (security guards, firefighters, police and doctors for those fans who passed out during the concert) there yesterday at the venue and everywhere they went here in Belo Horizonte, still they made all they could to get back to the fans. I had the time of my life, so I think everyone should think just like me. Because they’ve made all they could for us… Like Joe said “We are here because you asked us to…” (Belo Horizonte was one of the cities added later). I’m pretty much satisfied.
    I understand some of the fans wish the concert would last longer so we could see them a little be more, but that’s just not how it happens, they’re humans,they get tired and… they’re the Jonas Brothers but still they have to follow the rules and the contract they’ve signed.

    Thank you for the attention.

  • Valentina

    BRAZILIANS ARE PLAYING THE VICTIMS, DUDE! IM NOT FROM U.S IM FROM FUCKIN CHILE AND THE TICKETS HERE ARE MORE EXPENSIVE THAN ANY OTHER FUCKIN COUNTRY, ME AND MY FIRNED WORKED FOR MONTHS! 3 MONTHS TO SEE THEM,I KNOW WE DON’T GET IT EASY AS THEY DO ON THE STATES (I LIVED IN THE STATES AND YES WE ARE NOT STUPID, WE KNOW THERE’S POOR PLACES THERE BUT I MADE MONEY ENOUGH FOR LIVING BEING A BUSSER, SOMETHING U CANNOT DO HERE) BUT U HAD 5 CONCERTS, I REPEAT, 5 CONCERTS! IF I LIVED THERE I WOULD GO TO EVERY FUCKIN CONCERT, I’D WORK, BUT LITTLE GIRLS GET ANGRY BECAUSE THEIR DADS BUY THEM THE HIGH TICKETS AND THEY PLAYED -3 SONGS??? FUCK YOU. Ok breath breath lmao. The only thing In wich I support Brazil is that if they try to get into the stage or whatev is because they are always far from us, nick doesn’t give beach concerts with his guitar, we haven’t seen joe’s solo tour, we miss so much stuff, so yup when they come we get fuckin crazy ;)

  • Anonymous

    Nick got hit in the face twice with something thrown from the crowd in Belo Horizonte.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmbuvGwjV8Q

    There are tons of things being thrown up onto the stage. What are they throwing? Beads or glow sticks? I know fans are always throwing gifts but it looks like Nick got hit in the eye.

  • Anonymous

    The majority of the fans in Brazil are satified! The Jonas Brothers have been amazing here so far, I was there yesterday and everything was just perfect. They’ve improved so much their sound quality, they’re much more professional, they gave all they could to get back to the fans. They were excited, really really into to the moment and so were the audience.
    About the security issues someone was talking about, there were A LOT of security (security guards, firefighters, police and doctors for those fans who passed out during the concert) there yesterday at the venue and everywhere they went here in Belo Horizonte, still they made all they could to get back to the fans. I had the time of my life, so I think everyone should think just like me. Because they’ve made all they could for us… Like Joe said “We are here because you asked us to…” (Belo Horizonte was one of the cities added later). I’m pretty much satisfied.
    I understand some of the fans wish the concert would last longer so we could see them a little be more, but that’s just not how it happens, they’re humans,they get tired and… they’re the Jonas Brothers but still they have to follow the rules and the contract they’ve signed.

    Thank you for the attention.


    Thanks for that. I was talking to a couple girls from Belo Horizonte on Twitter last night and they said the same thing. The loved the show.

    Can you tell me what was being thrown onto the stage? The close up videos you can really see how many small bracelets or something that are being thrown onto the stage.

  • Anonymous

    You guys are such complainers!!! If they don’t come, you whine and complain, they don’t play long enough for your liking and you whine and complain. I live in Australia and we have NEVER had concerts here, I’d be happy with 6 songs at that price!!! Stop being such ungrateful twats.

  • Anonymous

    Nick got hit in the face twice with something thrown from the crowd in Belo Horizonte.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmbuvGwjV8Q

    There are tons of things being thrown up onto the stage. What are they throwing? Beads or glow sticks? I know fans are always throwing gifts but it looks like Nick got hit in the eye.
    ————–

    ugh joe is so hot. nick is hot too.

  • Anonymous

    joe all sweaty in a tank top. his perfect angelic face all sweaty. *_*

  • Anonymous

    I think their prices in the states are expensive, too. Only playing for an hour does seem short. I would be a little upset, too. Don’t blame Brazilian fans for being a little upset at all.

  • Anonymous

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mc_YrWwj6uo

    those close ups of joe’s face he’s so beautiful *_*

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for that. I was talking to a couple girls from Belo Horizonte on Twitter last night and they said the same thing. The loved the show.

    Can you tell me what was being thrown onto the stage? The close up videos you can really see how many small bracelets or something that are being thrown onto the stage.

    People were throwing neonlights bracelets, they’re made of plastic.
    Only at the end of the show they started throwing this much, because Nick was playing with them, you know? Like trying to catch them on the air and everytime he didn’t managed to catch them he would do a funny face… like “damn it” could you imagine? How Nick is competitive, everytime he missed one he would get disppointed, it was funny. So, people were throwing a lot at the end for him to catch! haha
    But it got a little too much, I guess.

    I guess it didn’t hit them, as far as saw! ;)

  • Anonymous

    the south american fans have seen them shirtless at the pool. North American fans dont get that omg & the south american fans didnt get pics.

  • Valentina

    I wish we could all get along like we used to in middle school… I wish I could bake a cake filled with rainbows and smiles and everyone would eat and be happy…

  • Anonymous

    VTNC TODO MUNDO! NÃO SÃO VOCÊS QUE TRABALHAM PRA GANHAR POUCO, NÉ? E NÃO SÃO VOCÊS QUE PAGAM UMA FORTUNA PRA OUVIR 15 MÚSICAS. É, ACHO QUE TÁ NA HORA DE ALGUÉM CALAR A BOCA!

  • Anonymous

    found when you look me in the eyes from last night
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=AOeZKUrMT4Y

  • Valentina

    i think that in brazil the price of ticket is not to many expensive in chile the price of ticket was to $340 dollars and with golden ticket $600 dollars i think that price in Brazil is normal if i make a comparation with chile

  • Anonymous

    At least the jonas brothers are touring there and not in North America… lol. Be grateful for what you do have.

  • Anonymous

    ummmm… suck it up? those are cheap prices. some artists don’t always play the same set at every venue. they may have been forced to leave. they probably had time restrictions. they also mught be imited to the kind of songs they’re allowed to play and the amount. all prices are based on VENUE not on a tour in general.

  • Anonymous

    Brazil has FIVE CONCERTS. More than any other country on the South American tour. The venues in Curitiba and Belo Horizonte are a little smaller and I know there were security issues in Curitiba. Their normal set list is hard to pin down because the Jonas Brothers always change up their set lists. They add in acoustic pieces and short covers sometimes.

    They did 16 songs in Curitiba (after their opening band) and they were on stage for 1 hour and 10 minutes. There was definate problems with security at the venue. The venue did not provide enough security and that was the reason they were delayed a little going on stage and then had to shorten the set list.

    In Belo Horizonte they performed 18 songs and from what I can tell they were on stage about 1 hr 20min. That’s a good long set.

    The ticket prices have nothing to do with the set list etc. There is a lot that goes into that and a lot of that is beyond the Jonas Brothers control. It depends on the venue fees etc.

  • Anonymous

    Brazil has FIVE CONCERTS. More than any other country on the South American tour. The venues in Curitiba and Belo Horizonte are a little smaller and I know there were security issues in Curitiba. Their normal set list is hard to pin down because the Jonas Brothers always change up their set lists. They add in acoustic pieces and short covers sometimes.

    They did 16 songs in Curitiba (after their opening band) and they were on stage for 1 hour and 10 minutes. There was definate problems with security at the venue. The venue did not provide enough security and that was the reason they were delayed a little going on stage and then had to shorten the set list.

    In Belo Horizonte they performed 18 songs and from what I can tell they were on stage about 1 hr 20min. That’s a good long set.

    The ticket prices have nothing to do with the set list etc. There is a lot that goes into that and a lot of that is beyond the Jonas Brothers control. It depends on the venue fees etc.

  • Anonymous

    Brazil has FIVE CONCERTS. More than any other country on the South American tour. The venues in Curitiba and Belo Horizonte are a little smaller and I know there were security issues in Curitiba. Their normal set list is hard to pin down because the Jonas Brothers always change up their set lists. They add in acoustic pieces and short covers sometimes.

    They did 16 songs in Curitiba (after their opening band) and they were on stage for 1 hour and 10 minutes. There was definate problems with security at the venue. The venue did not provide enough security and that was the reason they were delayed a little going on stage and then had to shorten the set list.

    In Belo Horizonte they performed 18 songs and from what I can tell they were on stage about 1 hr 20min. That’s a good long set.

    The ticket prices have nothing to do with the set list etc. There is a lot that goes into that and a lot of that is beyond the Jonas Brothers control. It depends on the venue fees etc.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^THIS

  • Anonymous

    ummmm… suck it up? those are cheap prices. some artists don’t always play the same set at every venue. they may have been forced to leave. they probably had time restrictions. they also mught be imited to the kind of songs they’re allowed to play and the amount. all prices are based on VENUE not on a tour in general.
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    I completely agree. The ticket prices are actually great when you compare them to other artists. The Jonas Brothers have always kept their general ticket prices low to make them more affordable.

    There are restrictions etc at every venue and the set lists are changing. They are still giving an EXCELLENT show. There is no doubt that the people attending are having a great time, just look at the videos.

    I think it’s incredibly rude to make demands on the artist and compare a small venue to a large festival (like the ones they played in Chile and Argentina). Even in the US their set lists vary venue to venue and they perform anywhere from a few songs to 20 songs (sometimes more). Again, it depends on the venue and restrictions on their schedule.

    Fans in Brazil should appreciate the sheer amount of concerts the guys are performing there. They have gone above and beyond to try to accomodate fans all over Latin America.

    And keep in mind, security has been an issue the entire time on the South American tour. Fans are breaking into their hotels, breaking into a soundcheck, climbing on stage. Safety is a big cocern for them as well as everyone attending the concerts.

  • Anonymous

    This is just the worst way for a fan to react. The Jonas Brothers always give 100% on stage. The concert last night was over 1hr and 20min. The venue was like a giant sauna and at least 5 fans passed out and had to be treated.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry, but those ticket prices are WAY LOWER than most artists charge. And FIVE concerts in Brazil. I wouldn’t be complaining.

  • Anonymous

    Most likely there are problems in some countries with doing the covers. They don’t seem to be doing them at the last few concerts. They have to have permission to sing other people’s songs. Maybe in some countries they can’t get that permission. Supposedly last night the audience got very hot.