Jonas Brothers Dish On the Next Epic Show Headed Cowboys Stadium's Way

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Cowboys Stadium is still recovering from Saturday's inaugural all-day country mega-show, but the Jonas Brothers faithful are just counting down the days till June 20, when Arlington gets to bro down at the trio's world tour kickoff.

Earlier today, the three held a press conference in the house that Jerry built to show off their concert stage being assembled on the arena floor and answer questions about their new album.

Take a thrilling walk with the Jonas Brothers as they sit at a press conference, walk down an aisle in Cowboys Stadium and answer reporters' questions in our slide show here. There's more on what the Jonases had to say on DC9.

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