Despite an on-stage incident, Nick Jonas kept his “cool.” The 30-year-old “Jealous” singer fell into a hole onstage while playing “Sail Away” with the Jonas Brothers in Boston on Tuesday (15 Aug). Before he fell at TD Garden, Nick was dancing and waving to the fans. According to a video captured by a fan, he started to retreat and fell through a trap door.
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‘Fall seven times, get up eight’#NickJonas falls off during a concert in New York. This video is going viral. Although I don’t see any sense here. Picking yourself up is more graceful than anything. pic.twitter.com/rCojK2FCdy
— Nidhi Taneja (@NidhiTanejaa) August 16, 2023
His brothers Joe and Kevin were on the other side of the platform, and he swiftly leapt out of the hole while mouthing the words “ouch” to the audience. A security guard is shown on camera attempting to alert Nick before he falls.
The Tour, the band’s longest run to date, began at Yankee Stadium on August 12 with two sold-out shows. The Jonas Brothers draw from five studio albums for this tour. This includes their recent release, May’s The Album, and fan favourites from 2019’s Happiness Begins and 2008’s A Little Bit Longer.
As Nick said:
“It’s our most ambitious show we’ve ever put on, in the sense that building out five albums in one night was a challenge that I don’t think we fully understood after we’d already put it on sale.”
To look back at the path that led to this very second is quite remarkable. Since this tour is a career retrospective, choosing songs to perform was challenging. However, the three friends encountered some delightful surprises when going through their stuff.
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‘There are some grooves on the first self-titled album,’ Joe said. We played a dress rehearsal for around 200 fans, and it was great to receive their feedback on the medleys—or, what we like to call mosaics—we put together songs that would be challenging to play in their entirety—we blend them. One of my favourite parts was observing the audience’s reactions and responses.
The band has added fifty new performances to its schedule in the past month, including twenty-six dates in North America and dates in Australia, New Zealand, and Europe. At the end of the tour, they would have performed 90 gigs across 20 different nations. To know more details you can join us on our Twitter account.