Many of us were looking forward to seeing the Jonas Brothers live in concert for their "Five Albums. One Night" tour.  Unfortunately, it looks like we will have to wait a bit longer.

Many people who purchased tickets to the show received an email this morning (November 15th) stating the show would not be happening. This forced many Jo Bros fans to change their weekend plans.

With only two days to go before the show, the band announced they would be postponing their show in Grand Forks.

If you're wondering why, so am I. According to a post made by the Alerus Center, the show has been postponed due to "logistical issues." I can't tell you exactly what that means, but I can say many commented on the post with disappointment.

Take a look at the full statement below.

As of right now, the band's website still shows their Winnipeg and St. Paul stops are on. The Jonas Brothers are also still scheduled to perform at ESPN's College Game Day in Virginia.

Many are asking the question: will they postpone their Winnipeg and St. Paul stops with them being so close to Grand Forks. As of right now, we've heard no word.

The Good News

The good news is the show isn't going to be cancelled; it's just being postponed. According to Valley News Live, the band is pushing the performance back to next year (2024).

We are still waiting to hear for the exact date for when the show will be rescheduled. Keep checking back for updates.


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