Jonas Brothers Brave Hurricane Sandy To Announce More Reunion Gigs

The guys tell Ryan Seacrest they will perform in L.A. in November, ahead of a full-scale tour next year.

The Jonas Brothers braved Hurricane Sandy to sit down with Ryan Seacrest on Monday (October 29) in New York City to make a big announcement. And that news? Well, the guys have revealed that they have two more reunion shows slated for November 27 and 28 in Los Angeles.

The JoBros have been busy with a number of comeback gigs, and this would mark the second set of shows in the States. They played New York's Radio City Music Hall earlier this month and will next take the stage at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood.

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"It's across the street from where [Joe and I] live [in L.A.]," Nick said of their upcoming concert venue. "This show that we put on here in New York it had a really theatrical feel. The Pantages is such a classic and historic venue, it felt right. [These one-off shows are] just to spark some interest ... we want to be done with [the album] and then maybe next year, I kind of maybe know next year there will be a full tour."

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The same day the Jonas Brothers announced their news in the Big Apple, the city was preparing for the worst of Hurricane Sandy, slated to hit the tri-state area Monday. "I'm looking at pictures," said Kevin, who lives in New Jersey. "My town got his really hard [last year with Hurricane Irene]."

Nick called Kevin's planning "ridiculous" and he shared that he also turned down Kevin's invitation to chill in the Garden State with him. "I'll stay on the 12th floor of my apartment building," he shared of his plans to stay in Manhattan.

While the Jonas Brothers managed to make their way through the storm to share their exciting news, a number of other artists, including Rita Ora and John Legend, have opted to cancel or reschedule shows as Hurricane Sandy hits the East Coast.

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