Jonas Brothers to perform exclusive, free concert in NYC

Tickets to the show in the East Village are free, but good luck securing them.

The Jonas Brothers are suckers for New York City.

The “Sucker” performers have set yet another show in NYC, after initially expanding their “Happiness Begins” tour from one stop in the area to three. This new date, however, won’t be an official part of the brothers’ international tour.

The Jonas Brothers will perform an exclusive concert at Webster Hall in August, before their Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center tour dates. Nick, Kevin and Joe will take to the stage at the newly revamped East Village venue Aug. 20, for a select group of fans.

Unlike the rest of the band’s tour-date concerts, which total $160 to $850 on resale sites, the Webster Hall show is free. 

Tickets to the Pandora LIVE concert, a partnership between Pandora and SiriusXM, will be handed out on a first come, first served basis at the door to fans over the age of 18. Fans must be on the RSVP list, which is no longer accepting entries. 

The concert is a part of Pandora’s Sound on Summer, a campaign behind exclusive, nationwide Pandora LIVE concerts. Previous events include DJ Khaled, Thomas Rhett and Lady Gaga shows in NYC, a Maren Morris concert in Nashville and a Natti Natasha show in Miami. 

The exclusive Webster Hall show isn’t listed on the venue’s website. It will be broadcast Labor Day weekend on SiriusXM’s Hits 1 channel for those who don’t score free entry.

“Sweet but Psycho” singer Ava Max, who has totaled 85 million streams on Pandora to date, has been tapped as the Jonas Brothers’ opener.

Webster Hall’s doors, at 125 E. 11th St., will open at 7 p.m. for the show. 

The storied venue reopened in May after almost two years of renovations. Webster’s grand ballroom was revamped, the damaged marquee was replaced and a modern lounge bar, dubbed the Ritz Room, was added. 

Meghan Giannotta