They rented out the Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles to play baseball with 15 of their close friends in an attempt to celebrate Nick's 16th birthday.
Kevin Jonas and Joe Jonas helped to celebrate brother Nick Jonas' 16th birthday in style, renting the Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles to play baseball with some friends. "[Kevin, Joe and Nick] rented out the stadium last night to play a baseball game with some friends," a source told E!
It appears that the celebration came a bit late for Nick, who turned 16 on Tuesday, September 16. On the big day, he was simply seen walking his dog Elvis around his neighborhood in Toluca Lake, California instead of having a birthday bash. Then, on Wednesday afternoon, September 17, he, Kevin and Joe were all seen picking up several pairs of sneakers and other sporting goods at the Big 5 Sporting Goods store in Beverly Hills.
"The three walked in yesterday and went straight upstairs with a few of their security guys," a source testified. "They were shopping for baseball apparel." Another source said, "As soon as they picked out their clothes, they came downstairs, paid and left. No one in the store was really noticing them or going crazy for them."
Later that night, Jonas Brothers rented out the Dodgers Stadium to play a baseball game with at least 15 of their closest pals. They reportedly played baseball from 10:00 P.M. to around 12:30 A.M. It is claimed that the rent cost the siblings more than $30,000.
On Thursday, September 19, the boys were snapped getting back at work. They were spotted filming the music video of "Lovebug", the second single from their third studio album, "A Little Bit Longer."