Being in the Pit at the Jonas Brothers Concert

On Sunday, November 24th, the Jonas Brothers performed for their Happiness Begins Tour at TD Garden in Boston. This specific show was unique to their tour, and I was lucky enough to be able to be right upfront in the pit with two of my close friends. 

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As the show started we entered the pit baffled at how close we truly were to the stage. The opening acts performed and all we could think was “we are going to be THIS close to the Jonas Brothers”! We waited with great anticipation for what was to come, and when they finally started their set, we lost our minds. 

 

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There they were, right in front of us, singing their hearts out. The screams every time one of them approached the edge of the stage were deafening, and by the end of the night, our voices were weak. 

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Early on into their set, their brothers announced that their next song would be live-streamed throughout the world for the American Music Awards. Excitement filled the venue, and I’m honestly shocked that I had any voice at all after that. They counted down to being live before performing 'Only Human' and had the entire arena on their feet singing and dancing. Being a part of the pit for this was insane, we saw all the cameras right in front of us, and could even tell when they would pan the audience. The section my friends and I were in could actually be seen on the AMA’s and it will always be an amazing keepsake of an unimaginable night. 

 

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Personally, I have never danced so much at a concert. By the time I got home my feet hurt more than they did from wearing heels at prom for hours, and I wasn’t even in heels! They played all their hit throwback tunes and a bunch of their new album. It was equally exciting and emotional, and I feel as if it brought me and my friends closer together. 

 

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There is no better feeling than looking to two people you care about and seeing them smiling and dancing along to the music. Their energy and happiness were radiating into my own, and it made the night even more special. Together, the three of us had sung 'That's Just The Way We Roll' at a cabaret at Suffolk, and hearing it performed live together was an insane feeling that cannot be replicated. 

 

Image Credit: Carina Fresa

Image Credit: Carina Fresa