December 7, 2008 / 5:19 AM / 10 years ago

Jonas Brothers get an upgrade in Mexico City

Pop group The Jonas Brothers (from L) Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas, pose in the photo room at "The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!: Countdown to Music's Biggest Night" in Los Angeles, California December 3, 2008. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

LOS ANGELES (Billboard) - Following a sold-out show at a 3,500-capacity club in Mexico City last April, the Jonas Brothers are severely upping the ante with their December 20 return.

The teen heartthrobs will play the capital’s Foro Sol, a stadium that seats almost 40,000 people. About three-quarters of the tickets (ranging from about $17 to $134) have been sold.

The group’s “A Little Bit Longer” album has been certified gold in Mexico (40,000 copies), according to trade group Amprofon; the trio’s self-titled release is platinum (80,000).


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