Jonas Brothers to Reunite for One Show

Band will play Radio City Music Hall on October 1st

Kevin Jonas, Nick Jonas and Joe Jonas of The Jonas Brothers.
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August 17, 2012 2:25 PM ET

The Jonas Brothers will reunite for one show October 1st at Radio City Music Hall in New York, reports RyanSeacrest.com. "We know it's time to come back and do another album . . . It's time, we need to be back on the road together," said Kevin Jonas. "We've been making some really good music that we feel like we're ready to play and we just can't wait to see the fans."

Nick Jonas revealed the band will play new music at the show, but said the group is also focused on "being creative with how [they] can sort of remix" their older work.

Although the Radio City gig is the band's only show this year, Joe Jonas says the brothers are eager to play "as many shows as [they] can" down the road.

The Jonas Brothers have been on hiatus since a world tour in 2010 while they pursue various individual projects. The last album they worked on together, the soundtrack to Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, came out the same year. Tickets for the Radio City show go on sale August 24th at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.

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