Nick, Kevin and Joe Jonas, better known as The Jonas Brothers, are ready to kick off their brand-new world tour in grand style.
With the polished and sparkling new Cowboys Stadium serving as a backdrop, one of the world's most popular bands said it's ready to hit the road to support its new album "Lines, Vines and Trying Times."
"It sparks an interest. People, first of all, trying to get the words out, lines vines and trying times," said Nick Jonas. "I think just to explain it, lines are the things someone is feeding you, like the lie. And the vines are something that gets in the way of your path you are on in life, and the trying times are where we are at in the world today."
First stop for The Jonas Brothers, June 20, at Cowboys Stadium.
"For us, when we perform, we love seeing the fans sing all the words and sing along," said Joe Jonas. "There's a lot of new songs we play on this tour so, I think, you know, the album would have just been released, so I think for them to be seeing those new songs will be really exciting for us."
They've rocked North Texas before, during the half-time show at Texas Stadium last Thanksgiving.
"We used to drive by the old Texas Stadium and basically say, 'One day we'll play there,' and we had the honor of being part of the Thanksgiving Day game, and that was exciting," said Nick Jonas. "But to do our own show at the new one, it's kind of a surreal feeling especially walking in here today and seeing the stage still being built and people hard at work getting that prepared."
But this time around, things will be a lot different with the trio performing in the round.
"The stage itself, in the center, you can see the first Jonas Brothers logo," Kevin Jonas said. "That's the center ring that will rotate, and we come up though there at the beginning of the show. The outer rings directly next to it also spin in opposite directions."
The show will also feature a water screen, which will rain on the stage during the performance.
"It's beautiful. It's a great thing -- it's never been done before," said Kevin Jonas.
The Jonas Brothers have been practicing at the American Airlines Center.
And the band even hinted to some surprise guest performances during the tour, but they're not giving up any names just yet.
Opening for the band will be Jordin Sparks and Honor Society.