Jonas Brothers, together with Verizon and LG Mobile Phones, are bringing fans an experience featuring green screen technology on the U.S. portion of their “Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009.” 

Starting this week, all fans who create green screen videos at the Verizon/LG booth at Jonas Brothers shows, or those who create videos via their mobile phones or using their computer Web cams and register them at, will be entered for a chance to play the kickball game, live and in person, against Nick, Joe, and Kevin.

“Playing live in front of our fans and interacting with them in new ways is really what it’s all about for us,” said Kevin Jonas. “Verizon and LG understand that and have come up with some really fun ways to add to the fan experience. I mean, a kickball contest? How cool is that?”

V CAST Live members will vote on submitted videos. There will be five weekly winners based on the videos that receive the highest number of votes each week. The Jonas Brothers will select the grand prize winner from the five weekly winners.

The grand prize winner will be awarded the opportunity to hand pick their “Friends & Family” team by inviting nine friends and family members, all of whom will be flown to play one kickball game, live and in person, against the Jonas Brothers this fall.

The other four weekly winners will each get to bring one guest. They will comprise the “Individual Dream Team” and will also be flown to the game location to play a second live kickball game against the Jonas Brothers on the same day.

Verizon FiOS TV customers can also enter to win a chance to play kickball with the Jonas Brothers via their TV screen. By watching the “Jonas Brothers: The Concert Experience” trailer or Jonas Brothers concert footage – all available on FiOS TV Video on Demand (VOD) – customers will be automatically entered into the contest.

With V CAST Music and V CAST Music with Rhapsody, Verizon Wireless customers can get Jonas Brothers songs, including their latest single, “Paranoid,” as full-song downloads, ringtones, or ringback tones, both over the air and on their PCs.


About Rakesh Raman

Have extensive editorial, content management, and integrated communications experience and have worked as a senior tech journalist, analyst, and columnist with different newspapers, magazines, and Web/online properties in India.

One response »

  1. dave says:

    Haha anyone want to see a jonas brothers poster burn?

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