This past Saturday night the Jonas Brothers lit up the outdoor stage at Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake, Minnesota. From the moment they took the stage with their latest release, "Remember This" screams erupted and you could have probably heard the crowd singing along from miles away. The energy in the crowd was unmatchable which could have been because it was one of the first concerts most had been to in months (due to the pandemic) or it was just THAT good or honestly, both.
There was a nice mix between the band's old tunes and new throughout the entire show. "What a Man Gotta Do" and "Rollercoaster" were the newer tunes that stood out.
Other highlights of the night included the band's well-loved tunes, "Burnin' Up," "That's Just the Way We Roll," "S.O.S," "Hold On," "Lovebug," and "When You Look Me in the Eyes."
For the fans who followed the guys throughout their solo careers, they were lucky enough to be able to hear a few of those tunes including Nick Jonas' "Jealous" and "Close" as well as DNCE's "Cake by the Ocean" and "Toothbrush."
However, the obvious fan-favorite of the night was "Year 3000." From the moment the first note was played everyone went wild and screamed along. The energy carried over to the final song of the night, "Sucker," the group's first single released together after a six-year break and setting foot to their highly anticipated reunion.
Overall, the Jonas Brothers sure know how to put on a show, and being as their tour is called "The Remember This Tour" they sure did give their Minnesota fans a night to remember.