Jonas Brothers add show, Teen Island Summer Fan Fest Tour, Jonnie and Brookie sing I’m Not Your Girl, Trace Cyrus taken to court, Disney Channel orders second season of Good Luck Charlie, Ashlyne Huff at Mall of America
The Jonas Brothers have added a new stop to their World Tour… Daytona Beach, FL. The show will be held at the Ocean Center Arena (capacity 9,000) on September 5th. Fan club members can purchase presale tickets on July 18th at 10am.
Burnham will be heading out on the Teen Island Summer Fan Fest Tour this summer, along with Island Def Jam’s other up-and-coming teen stars, Khalil, Aaron Fresh and Jessica Jarrell! The artists will be performing at a stage set up in the parking lot, holding fan meet and greets, and giving away lots of great prizes, all for free. Here are the dates!
20 Los Angeles, CA – Nokia Plaza at LA Live
31 Memphis, TN – FedExForum
1 Lafayette, LA – Cajundome
4 Orlando, FL – Amway Arena
5 Miami, FL – BankAtlantic Center
8 Charlotte, NC – Time Warner Cable Arena
9 Atlanta, GA – The Arena at Gwinnett Center
11 Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena
Jonnie and Brookie have updated their YouTube account with a live performance of I’m Not Your Girl at iPop last week in Las Vegas.
It was a rough end for Metro Station, and it just got worse. The band has taken Trace Cyrus to court to remove him as president of Metrostation, Inc. In March, Trace announced the band had parted ways without discussing the topic with any of the members. To read more, head on over to the SFgate.com.
Disney Channel has ordered up a second season of its newest show, Good Luck Charlie — just three months after its premiere. Development has also begun on a holiday-themed Good Luck Charlie Disney Channel Original Movie.
Tomorrow, Ashlyne Huff will be signing autographs at Mall of America in Bloomington, MN at noon.
In Concert Tomorrow:
The All-American Rejects, The Cab, Mayday Parade, The Pretty Reckless, The Rocket Summer, and We The Kings
Susquehanna Bank Center
Allstar Weekend, Jasmine, and Gabi Wilson
California State Fair
Amerlia Earhart Festival
Jordin Sparks, Ashlyne Huff, and Days Difference
Orianthi, Adam Lambert, and Allison Iraheta
Tamar Kaprelian with Boyce Avenue