Grammy Award nominees and American Music Award winners, The Jonas Brothers performed live at AT&T Stadium. It was on the Thanksgiving Day during the halftime show of the Dallas Cowboys game on. Hitmakers gathered at the stadium dance to watch the game. “SOS” “Lovebug” and “Fly With Me” made more than 90,000 spectators who spectated the game between the Texan squad and the New York Giants.
The Cowboys, the NFL and the Salvation Army came together to make it possible for the presentation. It was of the famous musical group to take place. The Thanksgiving day halftime performance is a Cowboys tradition to encourage the public to donate to the Salvation Army. It comes under the Red Kettle Campaign and now in its 132nd year.
It’s not the first time when Jonas Brothers performed for the Red Kettle Kickoff
Earlier, the Jonas Brothers had performed for the Red Kettle Kickoff back in 2008. Now, this was the second time the they had performed for the Red Kettle Kickoff. The Jonas said that “We couldn’t be more excited to return to AT & T Stadium and play The Salvation Army Halftime Show,” .
Adding to, “We are honored that our performance helps raise awareness of the great need out there and encourage everyone to donate to The Salvation Army to make a difference in their communities this holiday season and throughout the year.” also read:-Paula Abdul won everyone’s heart being straight on in the Thanksgiving Parade performance
Charlotte Jones was pleased by the Jonas Brothers’ announcement
The Cowboys’ executive vice president and chief brand officer and former national adviser to The Salvation Army, Charlotte Jones was pleased by the Jonas Brothers’ announcement, she said. Jonas stated that, “The passion and generous spirit of the Jonas Brothers are just what we need to highlight the challenges facing so many millions of people this year,” .