Jonas Brothers Postpone Their Mexican Tour After Nick Jonas Catches A Flu

Iconic American pop group, The Jonas Brothers, are delaying their tour dates in order to give Nick Jonas more time to heal.

In a video that was jointly released on Friday, May 3, on The Jonas Brothers Instagram and his personal Instagram account, Nick, 31, was barely able to talk as he described his circumstances. Nick has been in bed with a fever, bodily aches, and a scratchy throat, claiming that his condition has been “progressively worse” over the past few days. A physician determined that he had influenza A.

The Jonas Brothers would “make this right” and reschedule the Mexico dates as quickly as possible, Nick promised as he closed the video. He wished his fans well and concluded the video by wishing them well and wishing to be “back and healthy ASAP.”

New dates for Mexico have already been changed, with the capital city moving to August 21 and 22, and Monterrey on August 24 and 25, according to the caption of Nick’s video clip. The Jonas Brothers’ most ambitious tour to date, THE TOUR, is produced by Live Nation and will include 98 events across 26 countries.

With more than 20 million albums sold, The Jonas Brothers—which also includes Nick’s brothers Joe and Kevin Jonas—are regarded as one of the most successful pop groups of the previous 20 years.

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