Jonas Brothers suspend concert in Monterrey Mexico due to drug violence
- The thousands of Jonas Brothers fans in Mexico are not enjoying themselves, not since they announced they were cancelling the show in Monterrey due to the drug-related violence in the area, as the group said in a statement.
The company that manages the tour, Live Nation, took this decision due to of “a series of unfortunate events” relating to security, published on the jonasworld.org website.
The trio was scheduled to perform on October 21, they apologized to their supporters and said it had been a “difficult decision” to take and regret to do so despite the love they have for their “loyal fans in the region.”
“Our fans in Monterrey and throughout Mexico are among the best in the world,” said Kevin Jonas, “we have enjoyed every opportunity we’ve visited and although we can not see them now, we hope to return very soon.”
However, the two other shows planned in Mexico City on October 23 and the following day in Guadalajara remain on the tour schedule. The organization reported that they would refund the tickets for the concert in Monterrey or exchange them with tickets for other two performances.
Violence in Monterrey, the third most populous cities of Mexico, has seen an increase in incidence and violence these recent months.