Burnin’ Up: Jonas Brothers to play 111th Grey Cup halftime show in Vancouver

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The Jonas Brothers will play this year’s Grey Cup halftime show at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver.

The band reformed in 2019 following a six-year hiatus and released Happiness Begins, which topped the charts in Canada and the United States, led by hit single “Sucker.” The band has since released The Album, which included singles “Wings,” “Waffle House,” and “Summer Baby,” which were featured on their recent global tour.

“After bringing The Tour to Vancouver last November, we were so excited for the opportunity to return and perform at the Grey Cup this November,” said the Jonas Brothers in a statement.

The group, which was originally founded in 2005, has sold over 20 million albums, had 26 songs reach the Billboard Hot 100, generated billions of streams, and received two Grammy nominations. Its members — Nick, Kevin, and Joe Jonas — also have extensive acting credits, including their television show and starring roles in Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam.

This year’s Grey Cup is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 17 at 6:00 p.m. EDT. Tickets for the event will go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, June 4.

The CFL regular season is scheduled to begin on Thursday, June 6 when the Montreal Alouettes visit the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Princess Auto Stadium.