NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 23: Joe Jonas and Kevin Jonas attend the  GQ & Gap event to celebrate 2013 Best New Menswear Designe
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Rejoice, Jonas fans! Two of your three favorite brothers will be back on the road and likely heading to your city soon. But there's a catch: there are no guitars involved. At all. This isn't a music tour by any stretch, but it could shed light on the breakup you never saw coming.

Joe and Kevin Jonas told Entertainment Tonight about Off the Record with Kevin & Joe Jonas, which they described as an "intimate, interactive theater experience." During the "tour," the two brothers will chat up the audience with Q&A sessions and share behind-the-scenes photos and videos from their career, along with other surprises.

"We're going to be talking about our old stories from when we toured together, show pictures, a lot of laughs, and get the fans involved," Joe tells ET. "So I want everyone to come out and hang out."

Nick Jonas won't be joining them for Off the Record, but that's hardly a surprise: Nick was reportedly the one who wanted out of the family band, though Joe and Kevin agreed that the decision for the Jonas Brothers to call it quits (as band members, not siblings) was a unanimous one that came on the heels of a "deep rift" over "musical direction" last October. 

Following the announcement of their decision to disband, the Jonas Brothers revealed that V, the record they were in the midst of writing and recording at the time of their break-up, would be shelved just short of completion.

It may not be the kind of tour fans were hoping for, but hopefully this trip down memory lane will answer some tough questions for both the JoBros and their jilted fan base.