Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas fans still reeling over the announcement that the Disney stars will team up for a joint 2016 North American tour, received an added thrill in the form of a surprise concert. The “Camp Rock” stars decided to celebrate the unveiling of Future Now: The Tour with a surprise show held Oct. 25 in New York at Irving Plaza.
According to an article posted Oct. 26 at Billboard, Lovato and Jonas revealed the news via a pair of posts at their official Twitter accounts. Tickets for the event were offered to fans on a “first come – first serve” basis. For fans not lucky enough to score a much prized seat at the 1,025 seat capacity venue, the concert was also streamed live via YouTube.
The show offered fans a preview of the pairs summer romp, which kicks off June 24, 2016 in Sunrise, Florida, at BB&T Center. The tour will hit 44 cities across Canada and the U.S before wrapping on Sept. 17 in Los Angeles at Mark Taper Forum.
Pre-sales will begin Tues., Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets go on sale to the public on Sat., Nov. 7 at 10 a.m. local time. For more information, click here or here.
Setlist.FM reveals the pair did a 6-song set, consisting of songs from each of their latest studio albums. The ex-Jonas Brother led off with hits from his 2014 self-titled sophomore solo studio album, which was released last fall via Island Records, which included: “Chains,” “Levels” and “Jealous.” Lovato performed material from her brand new studio album Confident, which hit shelves on Oct. 16, including: “Cool for the Summer,” “For You” and the album’s title track.
Lovato and Jonas will be part of this year’s superstar line up of Jingle Ball Tour 2015, which begins on Dec. 1 in Dallas at the American Airlines Center and wraps up Dec. 19 in Tampa, Florida, at the Amalie Arena. Tickets are available at AXS.
See below the pair’s 2016 summer North American tour schedule. For the latest details on Demi Lovato, click here and for Nick Jonas, click here.
Future Now: The Tour 2016 North American tour dates:
June 24 – Sunrise, Fla., BB&T Center
June 25 – Orlando, Fla., Amway Center
June 29 – Atlanta, Ga., Philips Arena
June 30 – Charlotte, N.C., Time Warner Cable Arena
July 2 – Raleigh, N.C., PNC Arena
July 3 – Virginia Beach, Va., Farm Bureau Live At Virginia Beach
July 6 – Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena
July 8 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Barclays Center
July 12 – Newark, N.J., Prudential Center
July 14 – Camden, N.J., Susquehanna Bank Center
July 16 – Hershey, Pa., Hersheypark Stadium
July 17 – Buffalo, N.Y., First Niagara Center
July 20 – Boston, Mass., TD Garden
July 22 – Montreal, Quebec, Bell Centre
July 23 – Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Centre
July 26 – Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
July 27 – Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center
July 29 – Louisville, Ky., KFC Yum! Center
July 30 – Auburn Hills, Mich., The Palace Of Auburn Hills
Aug. 2 – Rosemont, Ill., Allstate Arena
Aug. 3 – Indianapolis, Ind., Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Aug. 5 – St. Louis, Mo., Scottrade Center
Aug. 6 – Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center
Aug. 9 – Denver, Colo., Pepsi Center
Aug. 11 – Salt Lake City, Utah, EnergySolutions Arena
Aug. 13 – Las Vegas, Nev., MGM Grand Garden Arena
Aug. 14 – Chula Vista, Calif., Sleep Train Amphitheatre
Aug. 17 – Anaheim, Calif., Honda Center
Aug. 18 – San Jose, Calif., SAP Center At San Jose
Aug. 20 – Portland, Ore., Moda Center
Aug. 21 – Seattle, Wash., KeyArena At Seattle Center
Aug. 24 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Rogers Arena
Aug. 26 – Edmonton, Alberta, Rexall Place
Aug. 27 – Calgary, Alberta, Scotiabank Saddledome
Aug. 29 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, MTS Centre
Aug. 31 – Saint Paul, Minn., MN State Fairgrounds
Sept. 2 – Cleveland, Ohio, Quicken Loans Arena
Sept. 7 – Nashville, Tenn., Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 9 – Houston, Texas, Toyota Center
Sept. 10 – San Antonio, Texas, AT&T Center
Sept. 12 – Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center
Sept. 14 – Albuquerque, N.M., Isleta Amphitheater
Sept. 16 – Phoenix, Ariz., Talking Stick Resort Arena
Sept. 17 – Los Angeles, Calif., Mark Taper Forum