The Jonas Brothers sparked new excitement from their fans when they announced they'd return to the stage after a six-year break up for their "Happiness Begins Tour" set to start later this summer.
Now, with more shows added to the tour, the brothers will officially be making a stop in South Jersey.
Kevin, Nick and Joe will perform in Atlantic City at Boardwalk Hall on Nov. 29.
The family pop rock band, who first gained popularity as Disney Channel stars, plan to visit their now grown-up fans at more than 50 locations across the United States and Canada.
Some fans on social media wondered why the New Jersey natives weren't making a stop in their home state when the brothers, who are originally from Wycoff, first announced their tour.
But once the first round of tickets sold out May 10, the brothers announced more dates on their Twitter Page on Sunday that added both Atlantic City and a performance in Newark on Nov. 22.
The band has continued to build excitement for the tour. They performed their newest single "Sucker" on the last episode of "Saturday Night Live" as well as a fan favorite "Burnin' Up" from their 2008 album A little Bit Longer. Their newest album, Happiness Begins is scheduled to be released June 7.