Jonas Brothers to perform Cowboys-Giants Thanksgiving halftime show


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Just be "Cool" (okay, I'll stop) and sit back and relax as the Jonas Brothers hit the stage at halftime of the Cowboys' Turkey Day matchup against the New York Giants.

The Jonas Brothers teased the announcement to fans on the brothers’ individual social media platforms by each posting a blue number on a white, fabric-like background. Appearing one by one, the numbers: 11, 24, and 22 remained a mystery until the trio later connected the dots for fans to share the big news in collaboration with the Cowboys, NFL, and The Salvation Army.

“We couldn’t be more excited to return to AT&T Stadium and play The Salvation Army halftime show,” Jonas Brothers said. “We are honored that our performance will help raise awareness of the great need that exists and encourage everyone to donate to The Salvation Army to make a difference in their communities this holiday season and all year long.”

This year, The Salvation Army is emphasizing that when we love beyond hunger, love beyond shelter, love beyond disasters, and love beyond Christmas, we can provide hope and help for millions who need it. The Love Beyond campaign is a symbol of the help and hope that the millions who turn to The Salvation Army for assistance rely on not only during the holidays but also year-round.

“The Salvation Army is immeasurably grateful for 26 years of partnership with the Dallas Cowboys,” said Commissioner Kenneth G. Hodder, national commander of The Salvation Army in the United States. “It takes an army of partners and supporters to care for our most vulnerable neighbors, and we’re delighted to see the Cowboys continue to rise above and beyond the occasion each year.”

The Red Kettle Campaign is the largest and longest-running fundraiser of its kind. Funds raised in 2021 supported services for more than 25 million people living in America.

The band previously performed the Red Kettle Kickoff in 2008.

Previous performers of the halftime show include: Luke Combs, Luke Bryan, Pitbull, Selena Gomez, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, Kelly Clarkson, and Carrie Underwood.

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