Pop Superstar Nick Jonas to Perform Two Concerts for Carnival LIVE

The deck of a Carnival Cruise Line ship.

This coming fall, Carnival Cruise Line's concert series Carnival LIVE will add multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Nick Jonas, of Jonas Brothers renown. Nick Jonas is the latest addition to the Carnival LIVE concert series after stand-up comedian Chris Tucker.

Two of Carnival’s ships will be docking in Nassau, Bahamas, on consecutive nights—Carnival Liberty on November 17 and Carnival Victory on November 18. On these evenings, Nick Jonas will be performing a live concert in the ships’ main show lounges, which range in capacity from 900 to 1,300. Jonas plans to have guests singing and dancing in the lounge’s aisles.

Nick Jonas.
Photo from Carnival News
In a written release announcing the new performances, Jonas said, “This will be my first time performing on a cruise ship, which I’m really excited about because it’s so different than any other venue. I’m looking forward to seeing and performing for my fans that will be there.”

Nick Jonas released his self-titled debut album Nick Jonas in November 2014. Among the tracklist is Jonas’ double-platinum and radio smash “Jealous,” as well as his high-charting single “Chains.” In June 2016, Jonas released his sophomore album “Last Year Was Complicated,” marked by the platinum hit “Close,” featuring the artist Tove Lo.

Nick Jonas began his career in the 2009 Grammy-nominated trio The Jonas Brothers. He is also a recipient of the Songwriter Hall of Fame’s Hal David Starlight Award.

Carnival LIVE tickets for Nick Jonas begin at $75 for general admission, with VIP tickets available for $250. The VIP package includes seating in the first few rows, a photo opportunity with Nick Jonas and a commemorative concert pass. More Carnival LIVE acts are expected to be announced in the coming months, as well.

Visit Carnival.com and www.carnival.com/CarnivalLIVE for more info.

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