The teen pop rock act are set to give something special for their U.K. fans by planning to perform on top of a bus.
A unique and unusual act are about to be done by pop-rock band Jonas Brothers for the launch of their new album "A Little Bit Longer" in London. Celebrating the album's release, the band reportedly will stage a free gig on the roof top of one of the famous red buses in the city on June 27.
The band seem keen to give a special treat for their fans in England as it is the first time that their album is being dropped in U.K. The band have actually released three albums in U.S. including the new LP, but the two previous records didn't get an official launching in the Queen Elizabeth's country.
Beside preparing to play in London, the band also have other concerts dates that they will be doing this year. Before playing in the England's capital, the Brothers will be playing at HMH in Amsterdam, Holland on June 20, where they will be joined on stage by Avril Lavigne.
In other news, the Brothers recently have also finished another project working with Disney. The band have just premiered the musical TV-movie titled "Camp Rock" at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York City, on June 11.