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Jonas Brothers at Mohegan Sun

Tuesday night the Jonas Brothers brought their first tour in 3 years back to Connecticut to the Arena at Mohegan Sun.  The first opening act was a DJ, Mike Tompkins. I’m not a fan of DJs, but he seemed to get everyone pumped.  Next up was Karmin – who I used to hate but now love.  They did a much longer set than they had done when I saw them at the Christmas shows in December so that was great.  Plus, Amy and Nick had on matching orange outfits and I just love orange.  Then the DJ came back out again but this time instead of just mixing other songs he was going to perform all the music “with his voice” so he did some beat boxing and singing and only one original song.  A few people still seemed into him but at that point I was just ready for the Jonas Brothers to take the stage.

Then the lights went black and everyone was screaming and looking at the back of the arena.  I had no idea why.  Nick took the stage and then I could see Kevin and Joe coming down from the back sections of the arena (why does no one do this when I have seats way back there?)  Joe walked right by my section surrounded by a TON of security guards but girls still tried to grab at him.  Then all 3 took the stage and did their new single “First Time”.  Their new album, V (Five) is coming out in the fall so they did several songs that will be included on that album – which gave me an excuse to sit down every now and then because I didn’t know the songs.  Some of the new songs included Pom Poms (although this one has been released so I did know it), Found, The World, Let’s Go (Karmin joined them for this one! Very high energy) and What Do I Mean To You.  From what I’ve heard, the new album should be pretty great and I’m looking forward to it.

They did That’s Just The Way We Roll and dedicated it to the fans that have stuck with them – and yes, Joe did sing “Battle dance against Hanson” and didn’t change it.  I was worried he might since at Radio City he changed it to One Direction and apparently another night on tour he changed it to The Wanted.  He even came to my side of the stage when he sang it!  (Wondering if this weekend at Mixtape this battle dance will go down.  Hmm)

Each night fans can vote on a song they want to hear and for Uncasville the song of the night was Inseparable.  Of course I couldn’t remember the name of it for the life of me when they were singing it – but I was singing along. (How does that work, anyway?)

They also threw in a couple of Nick Jonas and the Administration songs – Who I Am and Last Time Around (do those count as covers? I’ve seen girls writing them down as being covers but I don’t know if I’d count them since Nick was still performing them? Though Joe did take some verses. I don’t know.) and they also did See No More which was Joe’s solo single.

Other fan favorites were also well represented with Fly With Me, A Little Bit Longer, When You Look Me In The Eyes, Burning Up (with Big Rob via Skype) and for Still In Love With You one lucky fan got to join the guys on stage to perform it via a contest on vine – and she just so happened to be sitting in the row in front of me!

The encore of the show was Love Bug and S.O.S.

After the show it was hard not to be a sweaty mess from all the dancing and jumping (well, I didn’t jump.) that was going on throughout the show.  They had less theatrics and no catwalk with this tour which I liked, it was a bit more focused on them as a band (and their backup band) than “hey look at all the cool stuff this stage can do!” which I think takes away from the show and showing off your talents.

 

First Time
Paranoid
Pom Poms
Found
Who I Am
That’s Just The Way We Roll
Gotta Find You
The World
Fly With Me
A Little Bit Longer
Black Keys
Let’s Go
What Do I Mean To You
See No More
Inseparable
Still In Love With You
Last Time Around
When You Look Me In The Eyes
Burning Up

Love Bug
S.O.S

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Jonas Brothers Radio City Music Hall



Thursday night the Jonas Brothers made their return to the stage at a sold out show at Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY.  Trying to get tickets was a struggle, my friend and I were forced to get singles with me about 7 rows back and her about 10 rows back.  You can’t really complain with the seats – though it would have been nice if we were together.  What was really crazy though, was that my friend Megan somehow had the seat next to me! We couldn’t get over it for the whole show that we were together and had no idea before hand.

The show was set to start at 8, but you know how that goes.  There was no opening act, and the guys made it to the stage at about 8:30.  The entrance was kind of dramatic, they had the curtain down and then there was a screen when it went up with the guys silhouettes on it.  They kicked off the set with When You Look Me In The Eyes, which I thought was an interesting way to start the show. But it ended up being rather emotional, so maybe they knew what they were doing after all.  The set overall seemed to be a bit of a roller coaster with slow and fast all mixed in together and not a chunk of the show devoted to ballads.  I’m not sure really how I felt about that – but it probably was on purpose as well.

The show will actually be replaying today online at VyRT from 12pm – 12am, but I think that you had to buy a “ticket” before the show originally was performed in order to be able to watch it.  I will be checking it out later, but this review is all from memory…

My least favorite moment of the show was when Joe ended up almost right in front of us during “That’s Just The Way We Roll” and changed “Battle dance against Hanson” to “Battle Dance Against One Direction”! How rude! haha

For Turn Right they had the band sing most of the song to kind of give them the spotlight (although there really wasn’t a spotlight, the lighting kind of stunk) and let them be up front for once which was cool.

They did 3 new songs – Let’s Go, First Time and Wedding Bells.  It is assumed that Wedding Bells is about Miley.  I came to this conclusion myself during the song – but I can’t tell you exactly what it was that triggered it.  I wasn’t the only one though as many news outlets today were reporting the same thing!

They did several covers – I don’t think We Found Love was able to be shown on the stream.  During the performance the side screens actually had text on them saying they were not allowed to be shown because they didn’t have the rights (so I assume that the side screens were the feeds that those watching online were getting)

After they did Falling Slowly from Once, they did a remixed version of Pushing Me Away in a kind of Once type arrangement (this probably makes no sense to anyone that wasn’t there)  There was even what could be considered “dancing” but was more like choreographed stomping.

They also remixed Hold On – and I am pretty sure Joe forgot the lyrics.  Of course, they stopped singing a lot for the fans to sing along – but this was the only time that it seemed like it was not being done on purpose.

Another weird part of the night was when a dancer appeared on stage while Nick was singing A Little Bit Longer.  At first I was a bit confused because I didn’t know if she was someone who snuck on stage or what.  Then she started dancing so I figured she was part of the show.  She also had on dark lacy pants and when her dress went up the girls around me all screamed out “Oh my GOD!” in disgust!

Setlist under the cut!

When You Look Me In The Eyes
Much Better
Good Night & Goodbye
That’s Just The Way We Roll
Fly With Me
We Found Love
Give Love a Try
Turn Right
Gotta Find You
Just In Love
Who I Am
Hold On
Let’s Go
Feelin Alive
Feel So Close
Paranoid
Like The First Time
Still In Love
BBGood
Last Time Around
Falling Slowly
Pushin Me Away
Hello Beautiful
Tonight
We Are Young
Wedding Bells
A Little Bit Longer
Lovebug
SOS

Burnin Up

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KC101’s Ticket To Ride August 21


Sunday was a bit of an interesting day.  The crazy-ness actually began before, when I asked Six Flags about handicapped accesible seating for the concert and was told that ADA seating was available – but only for those in wheelchairs.  We decided then that I’d use a wheelchair for the day because even though I was more of a liability standing in a crowd of rabid fan girls, six flags didn’t seem to care unless I was in a wheelchair!   Plus, my friend Christine had asked previously and was told if I was in a wheelchair I could be put anywhere so we figured with our VIP wristbands we could position the wheelchair at the back of the VIP area and then stay with our friends.

We got to the park when it opened, picked up a Guests with Disabilities guide book and then picked up our VIP tickets.  We decided to wait in line and there were only about 25 girls in front of us so we thought we could easily position the wheelchair against the barricade and we’d be all set. Except that Six Flags decided they were having a flashmob for Jason Derulo (you should be singing that in your head every time you see it mentioned here) and that 500 people would be let in first.  If they had VIP they’d go to the front of VIP and if not they’d go to the front of the GA area.  Basically there was no way we could get ahead, but we decided to stay in line anyway.

Originally the plan was that doors would be at 2:30. Then we got told they were pushed to 3. Then security said that it was going to “rain heavily” and we should prepare ourselves.  If we got out of line, we would lose our place even if our friends stayed in line and even if we had to go to the bathroom!  Then we were told that since the storm was coming they were moving us in to a pavilion and we had to stay seated and that we could NOT leave – even to go to the bathroom.  Or we could not come back. Obviously they soon realized this was ridiculous and those who did leave to use the restrooms were NOT kicked out.

Fortunately we made it in to the pavilion before the rain began and we all sat around.  We were entertaining ourselves just fine in the line and could have continued doing so in the pavilion but they set up a mic and ended up having Art and Colin of ‘The mop squad” come to entertain us.  I certainly hope whatever act they do in the park was better than what they did for us… I felt like I was in summer camp hell.  Surprisingly, there were people who seemed entertained and they didn’t get boo’ed off stage.

The rain stopped and the sun came out and we were told the other pavilion (flash mob) would be let in first.  They tried to do everything orderly and we were worried the wheelchair would get stampeded, but the six flags people stuck to their guns that we would have to walk in with everyone else.  Once we went to get in to VIP we were told to go in to the wheelchair seating instead of VIP and we were separated from friends.  Basically we spent $10 for VIP for nothing and we could have been on rides all day and ended up in the same spot.  Oh well… at least we got to hang out with our friends in the line.  The other weird thing was that those with All Access (radio station peeps, sponsors, etc) had the section in front of the wheelchairs and were standing and moving around so even if you thought you had a good spot, at any moment someone else could jump in front of you and block your view!

Andy Grammer was up first.  He did 3 or 4 songs and some beatboxing and was really good.  The only downside to his set was that he did a bit of Empire State of Mind which has to be one of my least favorite songs, but otherwise he was entertaining so I won’t hold that against him.

Next up was Shaggy. His DJ played intro music for what seemed like forever.  I don’t know if he was stalling for time or what… but finally Shaggy came out.  He did Mr Bombastic, Angel, It Wasn’t Me, Sugarcane and Mr Lover. AND he also did a little bit of Empire State of Mind!   I could see if we were in New York but we were in Massachucetts…



Then it was time for the reason most of us were there  – Joe Jonas.  He came out to Love Slayer and also performed Just In Love With You, Fast Life, Kleptomaniac, I’m Sorry, See No More (his last song which he jumped in to the crowd during.) As well as Jonas Brothers songs – When You Look Me In The Eyes and Hello Beautiful. After Joe we left the area and went to the bathrooms, where Andy Grammer was outside signing and taking pics. We waited for a bit to try and get a photo but he kept getting called off to somewhere else so we gave up and went to get me a hair feather while we waited for Jason Derulo.  We heard a couple of his songs (and cheered when he came out and sang ‘jaaaason deruuuullloooooo’) and then decided to head out.  I had such a headache that as much as I wanted to ride a coaster I just didn’t think it was a good idea because I’d probably have made myself sick!  We decided to head out and ended up getting home at a fairly reaasonable hour.

In the end, everything worked out for the best but it was very frustrating for most of the day trying to “go with the flow” when we weren’t sure at time if we’d end up trampled or not!

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Arthur Ashe Kids Day 2010

Yesterday we went to Flushing, NY for the 15th annual Arthur Ashe Kids Day.  It’s hard to believe this has been around for 15 years, but considering Hanson did it in 1997, I guess it makes sense! We got there earlier and just sat at the patio for a bit where we could kind of hear the Hess stage.  There were a lot of acts on that stage, most of which I had never heard of, and the sound system must not have been that great because they all sounded awful from where we were sitting. (And there was no way that they booked that many awful acts!)

We went over to the Hess stage to check out Burnham, we stayed for 3 of their songs Rich Kids , Shy and Untouchable.  When we left they were starting up with Glow In The Dark.  They were the last band on the Hess stage so the crowd wasn’t all that huge for them, but those who were around seemed to really be into them.  And Forrest is so little and cute 😉

When we left Burnham, we went over to the Arthur Ashe Stadium for the main stage show – which I am now watching on TV while I am blogging – I know, I know, I’m cheating just a little bit… For about an hour they had us just getting settled in and were teaching us about quick start tennis, which has tennis balls less compressed so it is easier for beginners to start playing tennis without needing to worry about the ball bouncing all over like crazy.

They also had a competition for some young tennis players, the winner would get to compete later against the pros and would win some money for their tennis program.

About 2pm it was time for the Jonas Brothers.  They sang LA Baby, from their Disney show “Jonas LA”, then Adrienne Bailon and Quddus interviewed them. (I think they had said Q had hosted it for the past 10 years!)  They also played S.O.S and Hold On.

Jonas Brothers tour mate and Camp Rock 2 Co-star Demi Lovato was up next – she sang Can’t Back Down from the movie as well as Get Back.

Then it was time for the pros to play the kids – Melanie Oudin, Novak Djokovic, Lindsey Vonn, Andy Roddick vs Nicole, Natan, Alex and Quinten. Nick Cannon was the umpire for the game and it was a combined game.  The Kids ended up kicking the pros butts!  Lindsey Vonn was having a lot of trouble getting the ball over the net and Andy kept throwing balls at her and then ended up sitting on the net so that she could get the ball over it LOL (She is a skiier after all)

After that, the Bryan Brothers band performed and were joined by Novak who made is rapping debut. They performed a song called Autograph and one other that I don’t remember the name of.

Next up was Joe and Demi performing Wouldn’t Change A Thing on the courts while they set up the stage for David Archuleta, who ended up singing his new single, Something ‘Bout Love and Crush.  We ended up leaving after this as it was waaay too hot!

On the way back to where we parked, a guy with bootleg shirts ($10) was worried about my leg that I had hurt. (I have Cerebral Palsy and wear a leg brace) He ended up giving me one of the shirts for free lol

Photos coming soon…

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Jonas Brothers 8/13/10

 We got to the venue REALLY early because we went straight from the softball game.  So we picked up our stuff at will call and just hung around for a while waiting for doors.  Which at first we thought would be at 6 or 6:30, but it ended up being more like 6:45, we are assuming due to soundcheck.

We got in line for the Jonas M&G; which was set to star tat 7:15, but it didn’t.  We could hear the show starting, but were still in line for the M&G;! A lot of people were getting frustrated with it taking so long and a LOT of people ended up cutting us.  We just kind of let them without a fight because we knew we would be in there eventually – but seriously people. A simple “do you mind if you miss the openers?” would have gotten a “no” from us and a “well we do can we hop in front of you?” most likely would have gotten a “yes” but everyone just hopped in front when we were almost at the door to go in.

By the time we got out of the M&G; we had already missed all of the first Camp Rock stuff and most of Demi’s set.  Not a huge deal because I wasn’t really looking forward to that stuff anyway – and hello instead we met the Jonas Brothers… didn’t really think that was ever going to end up happening for me lol

Our seats were the last row of the center section before the VIP boxes – they were really nice.  Gotta love me and my contest wins 🙂 We ended up catching Demi’s last 2 songs – Got Dynamite and Here We Go Again and then the Demi/Camp Rock set.  I sat through most of it though because I was BEAT and wanted to save my energy for Jonas!

Finally it was time for Jonas and no longer a huge Camp Rock 2 commercial.  They started with Feelin Alive.  I wasn’t all that familiar with the Jonas LA or Camp Rock 2 soundtrack so there were a few songs in the mix that I was unfamiliar with.

They also had dancers for some of their songs which was pretty interesting… For “Introducing Me” Nick said that Joe had been daring him to sing it fast.  Joe came out and dared him to sing it in 2 minutes and 12 seconds and then I think ended up changing it to 2 minutes 30 seconds. (I thought he said 13, so I’m not exactly sure what was going on)  A timer came up on the screen which said 2:50! Nick kept looking back at it when he took a breath and finished the song when 30 seconds were left, meaning he did it in 2 minutes and 20 seconds.  Kevin and Joe seemed to think the clock started at 2:30 though, so they were impressed Nick did it in 2 minutes and Joe said he’d have to make his dare harder the next night.  Poor Nick… the next challenge will be based on false information.

After that Demi came out and they did a couple camp rock duets so I took that as an opportunity to sit again!  They had a cover in their set which was Paul McCartney’s “Drive My Car”, which was for the parents.  (Last tour they did Sweet Caroline for the parents)

They ended the set with Burnin Up and had flames shooting up which made us hot back in row U, so I can only imagine how hot it was for Christine and Amber – who were front row!

The show was incredibly scaled down from last years HUGE stage and tour, but I liked it better that way.  And although at first I wasn’t too sure I would be into having dancers and stuff on the tour – it kind of gave everything a bit of a broadway show feel, which was cool.

Setlist is copied from a Google search and might not be 100% correct.  I know they did a medley of older stuff before Please Be Mine and I’m not sure if the stuff I missed is accurate because I was not there for it. Photos coming later…


Camp Rock Cast:
Make History (by Alyson Stoner)
Start The Party
Fire
We Rock

Demi Lovato:
Get Back
La La Land
Remember December
Catch Me
Don’t Forget
Got Dynamite
Here We Go Again

Demi Lovato & Camp Rock Cast:
Brand New Day
Can’t Back Down
It’s Not Too Late
It’s On

Jonas Brothers:
Feelin’ Alive
Hold On
Year 3000
Play My Music
Heart & Soul
Introducing Me
Gotta Find You
This is Me (ft. Demi Lovato)
Wouldn’t Change A Thing (ft. Demi Lovato)
This is Our Song
LA Baby
Drive My Car (Beatles Cover)
Paranoid
Who I Am
Fly With Me
When You Look Me In The Eyes
Please Be Mine
Lovebug
S.O.S
Burnin’ Up

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Nick Jonas

On Friday I went to the Beacon Theater (where most of the live scenes from Hanson’s “Tulsa, Tokyo and the Middle of Nowhere” were filmed back in 1997) with friends Christine and Lauren to see Nick Jonas’ side project – Nick Jonas and the Administration.

At first I was skeptical. I am a Joe girl and sometimes Nick’s voice gets on my nerves so much so I skip his lead songs on the Jonas Brothers cds. Could he really keep my attention, alone, for a full set?

Apparently I was the only one who was skeptical as tickets sold out so quickly during presales, the 3 of us were all forced to sit apart. Christine was in row A, Lauren row C and I was all the way in row Q (which actually was not a bad spot at all, as the theater is so tiny)

The first opening act was Mike Deleasea’s band. Mike is Kevin Jonas’s brother in law. We only caught his last song, and I was too busy looking for my ear plugs to really pay attention. (Ear plugs are a must at shows like this) The second opener was Diane Birch. She had an older sound, similar to that of Carole King, and I enjoyed her set.

Nick did a great job keeping my attention. The Administration’s album doesn’t come out until February, but he seemed to do the perfect mix of new unknown songs and remixed Jonas songs as well as covers.

Unfortunately, he couldn’t keep the attention of many of the girls in the audience once they realized that Kevin and Joe were watching the show from the side steps. While I did take a couple pictures and glance over from time to time, many of the front rows were completely turned sideways and not even looking at Nick!

Although, Nick had the last laugh when he said he wanted to have 2 people join him on stage. Kevin and Joe made their way through the crowd and got on stage and the three of them performed a really old Jonas Brothers song called “Please Be Mine” which they rarely play any more. It was a real treat to get to see that. (So far the only time his brothers have been invited on stage to play) After the song both Joe and Kevin gave Nick a big hug.

There was one really rocking song, which I have no idea what the name was, but it was during that song that I became a believer. It seems apparent that Nick can do pretty much any genre, and do it well. Which I should have known all along, because he is backed by members of Prince’s New Power Generation and I don’t think he could get musicians like that to back him, if he wasn’t the real deal.

Nick also has been trying to prove he is the funny Jonas Brother (a title mostly given to Joe) so he decided to read a joke from his joke book. “How do you keep a snake from striking?” “Pay it decent wages” I thought the joke was cute, however the girls around me BOO’ed him and said that they didn’t get it! I guess jokes about wages and unions fall flat with the 12 year old demographic.

Though the highlight of the night was a new song that he had written called “Stay” Of course, this one isn’t going to be on the new album (but hopefully it will be recorded and released soon!) Before it started he took off his button down shirt (and if the screaming by the crowd was any indication, they loved that) revealing just his white t-shirt underneath. He put so much emotion into singing the song and I just hope that he doesn’t end up ruining the Jonas Brothers like Justin Timberlake ruined NSYNC (yeah, im still bitter)

Set list and pictures under the cut.


Last Time Around
Inseparable
Olive and an Arrow
State of Emergency
Fireflies (Owl City Cover)
Use Somebody
Empire State of Mind/Catch Me (Covers)
Before the Storm
Black Keys
A Little Bit Longer
Please Be Mine (with Joe and Kevin)
Stay
The Way You Make Me Feel
Conspiracy Theory
Rose Garden
Stronger
Tonight
Who I Am

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Jonas Brothers Kick for Change 10/11/09

After getting home a midnight from PA (and staying up a little bit too late talking to friends once I got inside) I crashed in bed only to wake up at 8:30. (This is something I don’t even do on work days!)

My cousin got dropped off and we made our way to Lauren’s, who then drove us up to the ballpark. Tons of GPS’s were sending people to the wrong area, but we finally made it into the long line of cars waiting to get in a little bit after 11. (Doors were at 11)

We made our way inside and we were just a few rows up from home, on the first base side. Verizon was there getting us all hyped up. At one point, they played an Honor Society Tour video (which I had definitely already seen) but as soon as I heard ‘Hey we’re Honor Society’ I let out a terrible scream… and then covered my mouth once I realized what I had done. Usually, I scream so my throat WON’T hurt afterward, but this was pretty much involuntary and boy did my throat hurt after it!! My cousin found it pretty darn hilarious though. Yes, there is a teenie deep inside me somewhere that comes out every now and then!

Jonas was going to play 2 kickball games (of 3 innings each) and then a ROAD DOGS GAME after that!

Jonas lost the first kickball game to “The Black Keys” by a score of 4-3. They won the second game against “Team Love Bug” by a score of 6-0.

For the softball game, they played the Norwich PD and Papa Jonas was the pitcher. He gave up 13 runs in the FIRST INNING. Norwich also hit 2 grand slams. (Nick Jonas hit 2 home runs) and they ended up losing 20-18. We really thought they were going to pull out a win in the bottom of the 7th, but came up just short! (And Honor Society’s manager NED was playing which made me laugh. A lot. Every time he was up.)

Pictures/Video under the cut…



JB’s backup band – Ryan, Garbo and John Taylor


Jonas


I’m not sure his pants could get any tighter


Joe stood there looking bored pretty much 99.9% of the softball game


papa j and big rob


Do i have to play?

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Nick’s inside the park home run

(more videos at youtube.com/zacbop)

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Jonas Brothers 7/21 Uniondale, NY

Lauren and I left for the show a little after 2. We made good time getting to the venue and then checked Will Call to see if our tickets were there. We were hoping for section 118, which is where Honor Society entered and exited the night before.

We got section 108, Row A. Except there was only one M&G; wristband in the envelope. So while I called my contact, Lauren looked up where our seats were. We met up with my contact and got the second wristband. Then we saw that we were in the FOAM ZONE for the show!

Once we realized all the stairs we’d have to go down, we asked about an elevator and were directed to escalators. We walked around the perimeter to our seats. Mine was a trick seat that wouldn’t stay down once I stood up. Lauren went to get us some $5 hot dogs.

Meanwhile, a woman and 2 girls showed up. Leaving 1 empty seat next to us. We had been assuming that the people next to us also would have won the tickets from the promoters auction. She asked us how we got our seats and we said that we got them from the auction. She said she had gotten hers from stubhub that MORNING.

Then, 2 more girls showed up. They had the seat next to us and the one the mom was sitting in. The usher came over to see what the problem was and they each had a ticket for the same seat. So they called a supervisor over. All 5 of them left and then we saw the 2 girls go to the front row of the section near the middle circle!! If only they had put those tickets in MY envelope and not the other girls! We would have been right under Andy’s main mic!!

Honor Society added in Nobody Has To Know to their setlist, which was super exciting because that’s my favorite song of theirs. They totally rocked it and just seemed completely ON and we got awesome pictures and it was great.

Then was the wondergirls, followed by Jordin. During Jordin’s last song we left to go get in line for the M&G.; Another post will be coming with details on that.

By the time we got out of the M&G;, Jonas was in the middle of their second song. The guard wanted us to go up and around so I pointed to my brace and he escorted us on the floor to our section. The seats were awesome and we totally got foamed and I was so excited because last year we were one row too far back from where Kevin foamed. It was really COLD though. Then the poor workers had to mop it all up so people wouldn’t slip. (Though they didnt do a great job of it)

When the show ended, we decided to walk up the stairs (quite a work out) to go check out the Honor Society signing. The line was SUPER long. We tried to get Andrew’s attention and he waved to girls riiight in front of us but didn’t see us! We decided the line was too long to wait in, and that we’d preorder at the next show to say our goodbyes since it was our last show of the tour. Their first week album sales are going to be tremendous from all these presales! The lines have been just as long every night from what I’ve been hearing!


Honor Society:
Over You
Two Rebels
Nobody Has To Know
Full Moon Crazy
See U In The Dark

Wondergirls:
Nobody

Jordin Sparks:
One Step at a Time
Young and In Love
Freeze
Tattoo
Walking on Snow
S.O.S. (Let the Music Play)
No Air

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Jonas Brothers 7/20

We got to the venue in about a half an hour, and parked in the handicapped spot and ate our food. A little while later we heard a big commotion, and turned to see a car with tinted windows coming towards us, with Big Rob in the passenger seat. Must’ve been the Jonas Brothers arriving for soundcheck!

Around 6pm we decided to head inside. There was a bit of a problem with my camera, they thought it was too big, but we ended up getting it in. It had to be smaller than “your palm” but I said i had tiny hands and it wasn’t smaller than the guy checking bags palm so they let me in with it.

6:30 doors to the venue opened and we realized there were NO RAILINGS. Ut oh. Luckily we were the only ones there for the section so my cousin helped me down to the seat and then we stayed put all night. (Up was a lot easier than down)

I spotted Honor Society walking to the stage and freaked out. Which was funny, because earlier I was telling the dad next to me that I’m too old to scream. But you’re never too old to get too excited over Honor Society 😉

Our seats weren’t as bad as I had been envisioning them as, so that was cool. We were on the end of the rain catwalk.

Jonas added in a couple of new songs – from their TV Show before singing the theme song Live To Party. They did Give Love A Try and Pizza Girl.

Also, before one song I think Nick’s blood sugar might have been low because he was drinking something and Kevin and Joe were babbling about what their next single should be and definitely stalling for time so Nick could have a chance to feel better again.

In Boston, Honor Society, Jordin and the Wondergirls came out to bow at the end of the show, but tonight Honor Society was in Union Square trying to sell more tickets to Wednesday’s show, so no one came out. Only Jonas bowed.

We got stuck in traffic on the way home, mostly due to construction and the toll, but still made pretty good time home! I stayed up pretty late working on Honor Society blog stuff, because I was able to sleep in Tuesday because there was nothing going on in the afternoon – just another Jonas show that night and a Jordin M&G;!


Honor Society:
Over You
Two Rebels
Full Moon Crazy
See U In The Dark

Wondergirls:
Nobody

Jordin Sparks:
One Step at a Time
Young and In Love
Freeze
Tattoo
Walking on Snow
S.O.S. (Let the Music Play)
No Air

Jonas:
Paranoid
That’s Just the Way We Roll
Poison Ivy
Hold On
Play My Music
Fly with Me
Black Keys/A Little Bit Longer
Much Better
Year 3000
Tonight
Gotta Find You
Turn Right
When You Look Me in the Eyes
Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond cover)
Give Love A Try / Pizza Girl
Live to Party

BB Good
World War III
Battlefield (with Jordin Sparks)
Lovebug
S.O.S.
Burnin’ Up

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