Other guests include Joe Walsh, John Lurie, and more.
The movie is due to begin shooting in February in Savannah, Georgia with J.D. Dillard in the director’s chair.
The brothers joined forces with the Latin Grammy Award-winner for the irresistible track and shot an ingenious video while in quarantine.
The four-hour event will also feature celebrity DJ mixes from Joe Jonas, Diplo, Marshmello, will.i.am, Martin Garrix, Dillon Francis and more.
The trio’s new concert film documents the brothers' triumphant return to the stage for their “Happiness Begins” tour.
The band will be going live on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch.
Hosted by Los Angeles’ 102.7 KIIS FM, the event will include appearances by Ryan Seacrest, Lauv, Dillon Francis and many others.
The live-stream will benefit the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization.
The Jonas Brothers stopped by the NPR offices for their first-ever Tiny Desk concert to perform hits off their No.1 album, ‘Happiness Begins’.
The new record is set for release through Republic Records on 7 June.
The brothers pay homage to Duran Duran's classic ‘Rio’ music video and Elton John's ‘I'm Still Standing’ as they hit the beach in the new clip.
‘Sucker’ sees the power trio’s first No.1 as a group and the first No.1 debut for a family group.