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Jonas Brothers Concert Rocks

Lively show leads to good experience
The+ambience+of+the+concert+was+lit.
Gabi Marmet
The ambience of the concert was lit.

LIGHTS! BLASTING MUSIC! SCREAMING CROWD! The Jonas Brothers concert, taking place on Nov. 19, was AMAZING! While I was never an avid listener of the Jonas Brothers, I do love and listen to a couple of their songs; Their classics “Year 3000” from the “It’s About Time” album, and “Gotta Find You” from “Camp Rock” are extremely nostalgic and the main reason why I came to the concert. 

The Jonas Brothers’ music falls under the pop-rock category, including slow and heartfelt songs as well as some boy-band pop. One of my friends originally asked me and someone else to go because she was very excited about the pre-show with Lawrence performing. Prior to the concert, I went onto the official “Jonas Brothers 2023 Setlist” on Spotify, and listened to the music almost every time I was in the car so I would know the music for the concert. 

The pre-concert performance began at 7 PM, so my friends and I gave ourselves a lot of leeway time in case traffic, parking, or the lines were bad. I was surprised by how simple the whole process of getting to our seats was; we had pre-ordered parking that was about a five-minute walk from the XL Energy Center, so we got in easily. I didn’t know what to expect from Lawrence being the pre-show, but I actually ended up loving their music. The main singer, Gracie Lawrence had an incredible voice, and their music was in a soul-pop category. 

In total, the concert ended up being over three and a half hours long and the Jonas Brothers played 60 or more of their songs, some in mash-up form. Even though I didn’t know every single song, I absolutely loved the concert and the vibe. 

The minute the Jonas Brothers rose from under the stage, everyone in the crowd was screaming and singing along to their music. “Year 3000” did not miss a beat and for “Jealous,” the crowd went crazy. This concert was filled with excitement and sentimental music that not only emotionally moved the audience, but also got everyone involved in the hype vibe of the concert.

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Gabi Marmet, Managing Editor
Hi! My name is Gabriella, or Gabi, and I am a Junior. This will be my third year in writing for the paper and my third semester on the Spectrum editorial team. This semester I am the Managing Editor and editing the In-Depth pages. In the past, I was an editor for Arts and Culture as well as Food. I am so excited to be a Co-Managing Editor and can't wait to improve my journalism skills! I am a competitive dancer and play ultimate frisbee, tennis, and soccer. In my free time, I love to spend time with my family and friends. I also have a dog named Lila who is an Australian Labradoodle!

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