There was a lot on the line for the Thanksgiving Day showdown between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys. Not only would a win help one of the NFC East’s top seed earn a spot in the postseason, but the winner earned it. Nick Jonas. Actually, that last part wasn’t true, but considering Nick’s history with Dallas and the Giants, it added extra excitement to the Halftime Performance of the Jonas Brothers on Nov. 24. When Nick, 30, Joe Jonasand Kevin Jonas it all hit AT&T Stadium for halftime, who regrouped The Jonas brothers they brought family happiness, along with their trademarks.
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– Lexi (@lexiosborne) November 24, 2022
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Although the Jonas Brothers are from New Jersey and are Giants fans in New York – they grew up in Wycoff, just 20 miles from MetLife Stadium – they have a long history with the Cowboys. Nick was born in Dallas, and the Jonas Brothers actually played the Cowboys Thanksgiving Day show in 2008, during the team’s final season at Texas Stadium in Irving, TX.
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babe, we woke up to the football game at the jonas brother thanksgiving concert
— nicole (@nictothemarie) November 24, 2022
“We couldn’t be more excited to return to AT&T Stadium and play The Salvation Army at halftime,” the Jonas Brothers said in a press release. “We are honored that our work will help raise awareness of the great need there is and encourage everyone to donate to The Salvation Army to transform their communities this holiday season and throughout the year.”
The brothers also announced the concert on social media in October. The story of the elder @jonasbrothers tweeted a picture of three Dallas Cowboys jerseys – No. 11 Kevin Jonas, No. 24 Joe Jonas, and No. 22 Nick Jonas – who also showed up on the day of the halftime concert. “It’s official! This Thanksgiving, we’re doing the @SalvationArmyUS #RedKettleKickoff Halftime Show at the @dallascowboys game! Tune in live on Nov 24 to help us kick off the season of giving. The game starts at 3:30 PM CT and you can watch it on @NFlonFOX. “
11/24/22 – WE’RE BACK!
It’s official! This Thanksgiving, we’re doing it @SalvationArmyUS #RedKettleKickoff Halftime Show at the time of @dallascowboys game! Tune in live Nov 24 to help us kick off the season of giving. The game starts at 3:30 PM CT and you can watch it @NFlonFOX pic.twitter.com/OWpr437n7Z
– Jonas Brothers (@jonasbrothers) October 25, 2022
“The passion of the Jonas Brothers and their generous spirit is what we need to highlight the challenges that millions of people are facing this year,” he said. Charlotte Jones, senior vice president and general manager of the Cowboys and former chairman of The Salvation Army’s National Advisory Board, in a press release. “We are thrilled that the Jonas Brothers will be performing on our nation’s stage for halftime of a show that I know will inspire hope and generosity.”
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