See the Setlist for Jonas Brothers’ Career-Spanning 2023 Tour

Jonas Brothers are proving themselves to be road warriors with their 2023 effort, Five Albums. One Night. The Tour. The ambitious tour finds the brother trio of Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas performing more than 80 shows across the world from August 2023 well into 2024 where they will perform every song off all five of the albums they’ve released thus far. The tour encompasses 16 years of music, from the release of Jonas Brothers in 2007 up to their latest project, The Album, which dropped in May.

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The concept was inspired by the Jonas Brothers’ residency on Broadway wherein they performed five shows at Marquis Theater in New York City in March 2023 and played one of their albums in its entirety each night. “For those that don’t know, we basically played five nights and picked a different album that we spotlit for the first act of the show,” Nick Jonas explained to Andy Cohen, adding that they “had so much fun” performing that way. “Someone could say, ‘Oh, that’s gonna be a really long show,’ but the reality is that when some of these earlier albums came out, we were teenagers with tons of energy, and so the tempo of the songs are a little faster.”

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This means that fans can expect a robust show each night with a set list that includes a whopping 60 songs. The show serves as a musical odyssey of sorts, yet they don’t go in chronological order of when the albums were released. The opening night show at Yankee Stadium on Saturday (August 12) began with “Celebrate!” from The Album and their 2020 single, “What a Man Gotta Do,” before launching into their self-titled sophomore album that contains hits “Year 3000,” a cover of a song by British pop band Busted, and their first Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, “S.O.S.”

They then moved into the present day performing a handful of songs off The Album before jumping back to 2008 when they released A Little Bit Longer. Rather than playing each album top to bottom and performing every song in full, the band of brothers switch it up and play a handful of songs off one album before transitioning to a different era, in addition to performing a medley of deep cuts.

They also sprinkle in their solo endeavors, with renditions of Nick Jonas’ hit “Jealous” and a cover of DNCE’s “Cake by the Ocean,” the latter of which was co-written by Joe Jonas. “Love Bug,” “Sucker” and “Only Human” are some of the other career-spanning hits fans have to look forward to. Noticeably absent from the set list is their debut album, It’s About Time, from 2006. However, their cover of “Year 3000” which was serviced as a single off Time is also featured on Jonas Brothers.

See here if the Jonas Brothers are coming to a stage near you.

Opening night setlist of Five Albums. One Night. The Tour. below:


“What a Man Gotta Do”

Jonas Brothers:


“Hold On”

“Goodnight and Goodbye”

“That’s Just How We Roll”

“Still in Love With You / Australia / Hollywood / Just Friends / Games”

“Hello Beautiful”


“Take a Breath”

“When You Look Me in the Eyes”

“Year 3000”

The Album:

“Summer Baby”

“Vacation Eyes”

“Sail Away”

“Little Bird”

A Little Bit Longer:

“A Little Bit Longer”

“Can’t Have You”


“BB Good”


“Got Me Going Crazy / Video Girl / One Man Show”

“Pushin’ Me Away”



“Burnin’ Up”

The Album:


“Summer in the Hamptons”

“Waffle House”

“Montana Sky”


Lines, Vines and Trying Times:

“Fly With Me”

“Hey Baby”

“Poison Ivy”

“Don’t Speak”

“Much Better”

“World War III”

“What Did I Do to Your Heart”


“Turn Right”

“Before the Storm”

“Black Keys”

Side Projects:


“Cake by the Ocean”


Happiness Begins:




“Used to Be”



“Every Single Time”

“Happy When I’m Sad”

“Don’t Throw it Away”

“Love Her”


“I Believe”

“Only Human”



“Leave Before You Love Me”

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