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The Jonas Brothers shocked fans when they announced that they were canceling their tour due to creative differences just two days before it was set to kick off.
The 19-date tour was scheduled to start in Pennsylvania on Oct. 11, but their rep said in a statement that they were no longer going through with it due to a “deep rift within the band.”
In fact, Kevin, Joe and Nick are arguing so much about the way they want their music to go that their rep said they’re future together “remains to be seen.”
A source is now telling E! News that it had nothing to do with ticket sales or personal issues between the brothers.
"Ticket sales were fine, and this certainly wasn't about tickets," said a source. Fans who already purchased tickets for the tour will get a full refund, their rep said.
"This was a small venue tour," the insider continued. "[They] had just come off a very successful summer run in bigger venues that sold very well, and the guys wanted to keep the team together through the fall until another larger run next summer—mostly to support the new music."
The source wanted it to be known this is not about “personal issues” and it’s “100 percent about the music" and the direction the band is taking musically.