The Jonas Brothers have cancelled their tour just two days before it was set to begin.
The trio were supposed to kick off the tour on October 11. But fighting between the brothers has led to the whole thing being called off.
Despite a successful summer together, the tour has been pulled although reports have claimed it’s not for personal reasons.
“There is a deep rift within the band,” spokesman Jesse Derris tells People magazine. “There was a big a disagreement over their music direction.”
Nick, 21, Joe, 24, and Kevin, 25 reportedly had a huge quarrel over the weekend, resulting in the decision to cancel the 19-date event.
While ticket holders will have their money refunded, Derris admits he doesn’t know what will happen after that.
“It remains to be seen,” he said.
The brothers, who sold over 20 million albums worldwide so far, have worked on individual projects over the last few years.
Kevin and his wife Danielle had a reality show called Married to Jonas, while Nick and Joe tried their hand at acting and releasing solo albums.
Although the band released fresh music this year with the singles Pom Poms and First Time from their new project V, it is unclear if they will continue to do so.
A source close to the band tells People the tour cancellation is strictly about “creative differences” and not because Kevin and Danielle are expecting a baby, which was one rumored reason for the cancellation.
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