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The Jonas Brothers brought the heat to Houston on Friday, March 15, turning up the thermostat at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Not only did they deliver a scorching performance packed with their greatest hits, but they also shattered a record, with a whopping 75,600 paying fans packing NRG Stadium – the most ever for a single-day paid attendance at the rodeo!

The feat was even more impressive considering the weather leading up to the show. Houston had been pounded by rain and strong winds, leaving some to wonder if the performance would go on. But the weather gods smiled down on rodeo fans, clearing the skies just in time for the Jonas Brothers to take the stage.

The energy was electric from the very first note. The brothers kicked things off with the vibrant “Celebrate,” setting the tone for a night of pure pop euphoria. The audience, a sea of swaying bodies and enthusiastic voices, roared with approval as the Jonas Brothers launched into a medley of their chart-topping hits. From the infectious “Sucker” to the dance-floor anthem “Burnin’ Up,” the crowd sang along to every word, creating a truly unforgettable atmosphere.

But the Jonas Brothers weren’t content with just delivering their own bangers. They threw it back for the fans, performing beloved tracks from the Disney Channel original movies “Camp Rock” and “Camp Rock 2.” Hearing these nostalgic tunes had the entire stadium singing along, a testament to the band’s enduring appeal across generations.

As the night drew to a close, the Jonas Brothers delivered a powerful rendition of their emotional ballad, “Leave Before You Love Me,” leaving the audience with a lingering sense of bittersweetness.

This record-breaking performance cemented the Jonas Brothers’ place in RodeoHouston history, pushing Los Tigres del Norte into second place for all-time attendance record. It was a powerful reminder of why the Jonas Brothers remain one of pop music’s hottest acts, leaving fans yearning for more.


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