Happiness began in Toronto back in July when the Jonas Brothers brought their comeback tour, Happiness Begins, to the city for two back to back sold-out shows. Now just a few months later they're back in Canada for round two. Although their first two concerts in the 6ix sold out extremely fast, a lot of Jonas Brother Toronto concert tickets for November 26 are still available.
With only just over 24 hours until the concert, the Scotiabank Arena still has room left in every section, from floor seats to third level nosebleeds.
Surprisingly the prices are actually reasonable, and with every hour that passes, we can most likely expect an even bigger price drop.
The range in price right now is from $80 dollars, which gets you a seat in the very last row, all the way to $500 dollars that'll get you a front-row experience in the general admission pit.
If you're lucky, you may be able to snag the few seats left on the floor level selling for only $122 dollars.
There are also a ton of verified resale tickets available for purchase, that'll make sure you aren't scammed in the process of just trying to relive your childhood dreams.
Fans on Twitter who have tickets in the higher sections are even expecting an upgrade because of how many spots are still left to be filled, "there’s lit rally almost entire sections unsold for the Tuesday Jonas Brothers show in Toronto so ask if you’re able to get upgraded especially if you’re 300s or very side stage (guarantee they’ll be closing sections and shooting out upgrades like confetti)."
The Jonas Brothers have been extremely dedicated to their tour so far, even missing the American Music Awards, (where they were nominated several times) and instead performed live from their Boston tour date.
If Toronto is lucky enough, we may even get the chance to hear them perform their new Christmas song, "Like It's Christmas," live.
The concert kicks off tomorrow, November 26, at 7:30 pm at the Scotiabank Arena with an opening performance by Bebe Rexha.
They aren't done with Canada after their Toronto concert though, they'll be stopping in Montreal this Wednesday for a show at the Bell Centre.
You can browse all the ticket options here.