Jonas Brothers Postpone Series of Concerts in Mexico Due to Nick Jonas Getting Sick

The series of concerts the Jonas Brothers were scheduled to perform in Mexico City and Monterrey this weekend and early next week have been postponed to August due to Nick Jonas‘ health issues.

“Due to health issues, Nick Jonas is unable to offer a concert of the quality that his Mexican audience deserves,” Mexican promoter Zignia Live announced in a statement on Friday (May 3). “For this reason, the Jonas Brothers events in Mexico City and Monterrey — scheduled for May 3 and 4 at Arena CDMX, and May 6 and 7 at Arena Monterrey — will be rescheduled.”

Nick Jonas revealed on Instagram that he is suffering from influenza-A. “Hi guys. I have come down with the nasty strain of influenza-A that’s been going around, and I’m not able to sing at the moment,” he wrote. “We always want to be able to give you guys the best show and I’m just not able to do that for these shows in Mexico at this time.”

Jonas informed fans that the shows will now take place on Aug. 21 and 22 in Mexico City and Aug. 24 and 25 in Monterrey. “We are incredibly sorry for the inconvenience this causes some of you,” he expressed. “Love you all. You’re the best fans in the world. Will bring 120% in August!”

Produced by Live Nation, THE TOUR is the Jonas Brothers’ most ambitious to date, with 98 shows in 26 countries. According to a statement from their promoters in Mexico, “Each night is a celebration of five albums and features their greatest hits from over the years, including a variety of deep cuts spanning their entire career and favorite hits.”

The Jonas Brothers, which also includes Nick’s brothers Joe and Kevin Jonas, are considered one of the most successful pop groups of the past two decades, with more than 20 million albums sold. On the Billboard charts, they have placed 26 hits on the Hot 100 and three consecutive debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Among other accolades, they have received two Grammy nominations and recently unveiled their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Watch the video announcement of the postponement of shows in Mexico below:

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