Jonas Bros. give free concert in D.C.
In case you haven't heard -- and if you're over a certain age you may not have -- the Jonas Brothers are throwing a mini concert at the Warner Theatre on Wednesday. And it's free!
That explains the long line of mostly teen girls who have crowded along 13th Street NW today.
To get in, you need to line up outside the theater for a wristband by 2 p.m. today. That's when the box office will open.
We're told 1,000 wristbands will be given out -- two per person. The box office closes when the last wristband is gone -- or 6 p.m. (We're guessing they'll be long gone before 6.)
Oh, and did we mention that the free Wednesday concert begins at 7 a.m.? Recipients of the treasured wristbands should plan to show up by 6 a.m. because the doors close at 6:45.
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| June 1, 2010; 1:10 PM ET
Categories: DC, Maryland, Virginia | Tags: concert, jonas brothers
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