Young fans of the Jonas Brothers were treated to a late night on Monday (29Jun09), after immigration problems delayed the band's concert in Vancouver, Canada.
The teen pop stars were held up for two hours after trucks carrying their stage were stopped at the US-Canadian border.
A spokesperson for the GM Place venue reveals, "They played in Tacoma (Washington State) last night (28Jun09) and it took them longer than what they expected to get up here, so the trucks didn't arrive until later this morning. Some of them got here three hours late. So we got a late start in the setup."
The brothers finally made it onstage at 9pm, and woke up their sleepy fans with a loud and energetic performance.