Joe Jonas and Jay Sean announce joint fall tour -- EXCLUSIVE

Two buttery-voiced pop entertainers, one nationwide fall tour.

Baby, are you down? We’re down. Down like the economy, one might say!

Joe Jonas and R&B crooner Jay Sean reveal exclusively on EW.com today that they’ll be teaming up to co-headline a 19-city tour this fall.

The duo will kick off their run on Sept. 6 at Boston’s House of Blues and continue across North America. They’ll hit Chicago, Los Angeles and other major cities along the way.

Jonas, who just celebrated his 22nd birthday yesterday, will be touring to support the release of his Oct. 11 debut album FastLife. Meanwhile, Jay Sean, the man who brought us bouncy R&B jams like “Do You Remember” and of course “Down,” is gearing up for the release of his fourth studio album, Freeze Time.

The tour will conclude in New York on Oct. 6—just in time for Jonas to hop a plane and say “Hej där” to Sweden as he joins Britney Spears on the European leg of her Femme Fatale tour on Oct. 16.

Tickets go on sale starting on Friday, August 19.  Check www.ticketmaster.com, www.joejonasmusic.com, www.jayseanworldwide.com, or local box offices for further information and updates on the tour including additional details on ticket sales.

Read more on EW.com:

Joe Jonas drops new single ‘Love Slayer’
Jay Sean’s new single ‘2012’: A late-summer anthem?
Jay Sean’s ‘Down’ dethrones the Black Eyed Peas at last on the singles chart



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  • paulitta

    joe espero que vengas a la ARGENTINA……estoy esperandote

  • Holly

    oh.my.god. I HAVE TO GO!!!!!! I have to.

  • salma

    wowwwwwwww it’s so good

  • paribhav

    u just dam gud …really blessing by god .hope i could see u.. Never ever break ur fan’s heart..may god bless u.

  • Erika

    hej där, Haha! I will be there Joe. Stockholm will love you :)

  • bee

    I wish Joe would’ve picked a more enjoyable tour mate but looking forward to it, I hope it’ll be kind of an intimate tour, like House of Blues.

  • sangeeta gour

    OMG!!! Dat’s great news. M so exited to see u joeee!!!

  • nicklove

    COOME TO SPAINNN !!!!! PLEASEEE WE LOVEEUUU

  • kayla

    i love u so much and my dream is to meet u and i have never been to none ur show and i did have money and i wish i can meet u if u do come to orlando please call me 407-446-3960

  • nicole

    cuando vendras a chile joe????

    • Bhagyashree

      Brazil’s 3-4-3 with two markers and a sewpeer worked OK against the USA, but required a lot of midfield cover; they generated chances due to the individual brilliance of their speedy forwards, releasing them with long passes, but had a slightly broken team (only 50% possession against a USA playing with 10 for 60 minutes). The USA kept the ball better than usual, especially with 10, and had a good performance from the keeper. France put on a clinic for how a well-run 4-2-3-1 beats the 4-4-2 the USA played, but couldn’t finish, and their fitness level and defensive organization failed them at the end against a more clinical and fit USA. Substitutions were critical: the USA added pace in attack at 1-1 to run at defenders on the counter, but maintained their formation; France added an extra attacker just before second USA goal, leaving tired defenders exposed. USA and Japan played 4-4-2. USA shifted to 4-5-1 later on when Japan switched to 3 up top. USA paid the price for going to penalties in quarterfinals, allowing Japan to scout penalty takers. If Japan played a more sophisticated formation, they’d likely be even better. Even at 4-4-2, they beat Germany, Sweden and the USA, each for the first time, with good technique and possession, though USA pressure did cause them problems. Would’ve been fun to see Brazil’s 3-4-3 against France’s 4-2-3-1 (which often looked like 2-4-3-1 in practice). What would Brazil’s spare marker have done? Would the French have been able to work the ball in closer than against the USA by dragging the 2nd marker away from goal? Would the Brazilians have found wide open space behind the French fullbacks/wingbacks? We’ll never know, though I suspect the answer would have been yes in both cases, and a cracking, wide-open game.How’s that?

  • fanny

    PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE, PLEASE COME TO CHILE

  • NonEntity

    Buttery voiced? Yes, this music will harden arteries in your musical minds when you spread these folks on it.

  • jonatika

    coome to costa rica please!! i love you!

  • Esttefany

    Hey Joseph Adam Jonas Miller u r so funny iLove ure Voice ! ure songs & i Love U <3 :D Cmo te amooo Joe

  • Esttefany

    pleas ecome to my home come to my home !! jaja ntc <3 xD ya ps ttEAMO!! eres De lo mejorr woooohooou!!

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