Jonas Brothers play to packed house at America’s Cup Pavilion

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The Jonas Brothers played to an incredibly enthusiastic and vocal crowd at the America’s Cup Pavilion on Tuesday night.

With album sales approaching the 10-million mark, the pop-rock brothers have a fanatic following and their fans were out in full force at the America’s Cup Pavilion, San Francisco’s newest waterfront venue.

Opening acts were San Francisco's Olivia Somerlyn and DJ Mike Tompkins followed by American pop duo Karmin, consisting of Amy Renee Heidemann and Nicholas Louis "Nick" Noonan.

Partial proceeds from ticket sales are going to Call of the Sea, a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit with the mission of connecting people to the sea and maritime traditions.

The goal of Call of the Sea is to offer the benefits of connecting with the sea and sailing to all people, with a special focus on empowering youth of all backgrounds. Programs range from three hours to two weeks long, primarily taking place on San Francisco Bay with operations based in Sausalito, California.