On the heels of releasing their first new single of 2020, "What A Man Gotta Do," GRAMMY Award-nominated trio Jonas Brothers have announced their Las Vegas residency at Park Theater at Park MGM.
The preeminent male group of this century, Jonas Brothers opened the floodgates for a new era of titans in pop music. Following a six-year hiatus, Jonas Brothers took 2019 by storm with the surprise release of their critically acclaimed and widely successful single "Sucker." The double-platinum single debuted at #1 on Billboard's Hot 100, becoming the first #1 for the band and the first #1 debut from a group this century. The song emerged as a cultural phenomenon, ranking #1 on Billboard's critic's picks list of the "50 Best Songs of 2019," and standing out as the top song on U.S. Radio in 2019, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
Making history once more, the band delivered their third #1 album debut with the release of their platinum-selling album Happiness Begins. The band continued to soar with their sold-out "Happiness Begins Tour," with over 1 million tickets sold. The tour received unanimous praise with Billboard writing, "The 'Happiness Begins' Tour feels like a celebration of everything in the Jonas Brothers' career, but also the beginning of their larger-than-life new chapter," and The Washington Post saying "There hasn't been a boy band in recent history that's made a comeback quite like Jonas Brothers." Moreover, Rolling Stone summed it best, "Following a six year hiatus, it almost feels like the Jonas Brothers are bigger than ever."
The band closed out a banner year with the release of "Only Human," another Top 5 hit on both Top 40 and Hot AC radio airplay charts. What's more, they garnered a bevy of awards, including a 2019 MTV Video Music Award for "Best Pop Video" and two 2019 Teen Choice Awards for "Artist Of The Decade" and "Choice Summer Group." Plus, they were nominated in top categories at the American Music Awards, including "Favorite Duo or Group Pop/Rock" and "Favorite Song Pop/Rock." Most recently, they notched their second GRAMMY® nomination for "Best Pop Duo/Group Performance."
Park Theater is the entertainment centerpiece of Park MGM, a partnership between MGM Resorts International and New York-based Sydell Group which features two distinct hotel experiences including a Las Vegas version of Sydell's widely acclaimed NoMad Hotel. The 5,200-seat Park Theater, with its cutting-edge audio and visual technology, provides artists of diverse talents with a dynamic space to create one-of-a-kind productions where every seat allows guests to feel up close and personal. From comedy shows and live concerts, to sporting events and award shows, the theater is specially designed to transform seamlessly for any occasion.