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The Jonas Brothers just teased tour dates, including one at Tampa's Amalie Arena

Things have gone pretty well for the Jonas Brothers since they announced their reunion in February.

They've released a comeback single, Sucker, that went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. They spent a week palling around with James Corden on The Late Late Show.

The only thing missing was a tour. And now it looks like we're about to get one.

On Tuesday afternoon, concert venues across America started tweeting out save-the-date cards hashtagged #HappinessBegins, along with the promise of a major concert announcement on Wednesday. Among them: Amalie Arena in Tampa, which tweeted an image bearing the date Aug. 10.

Happiness Begins happens to be the name of the Jonas Brothers' new album, coming June 7, and the style of the images matches the final shot in a video tweeted out by the band on Tuesday. So you don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to surmise that the big concert announcement at each of these venues is likely, yes, the Jonas Brothers.

While we'll have to wait until Wednesday for the particulars, for now, local JoBro fans should circle Aug. 10 in ink on their calendars, because it sure looks like that's when their comeback tour will hit Tampa. Keep an eye out here for details.

Here are some of the other potential Jonas Brothers tour dates tweeted out thus far:

Aug. 7: AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami

Aug. 10: Amalie Arena, Tampa

Aug. 12: State Farm Arena, Atlanta

Aug. 15: Capitol One Arena, Washington DC

Aug. 17: TD Garden, Boston

Aug. 18: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia

Aug. 21: Mohegan Sun Arena, Connecticut

Aug. 29: Madison Square Garden, New York

Sept. 5: Schottenstein Center, Columbus, Ohio

Sept. 8: Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Sept. 16: Xcel Energy Center, Minneapolis-St. Paul

Sept. 22: Sprint Center, Kansas City

Sept. 25: American Airlines Center, Dallas

Sept. 26: Toyota Center, Houston

Sept. 29: BOK Center, Tulsa

Oct. 3: Vivint Arena, Salt Lake City

Oct. 13: Moda Center, Portland, Oregon

Oct. 18: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas

Contact Jay Cridlin at or (727) 893-8336. Follow @JayCridlin.