The singer will join the Femme Fatale star when the production arrives in the UK later this month. Speaking on ITV's Daybreak, Jonas said that he is looking forward to experiencing things without his brothers.
"It's incredible, I grew up with [Britney's] music, so the fact that I'm going to be able to go on her tour and support her is exciting," he told hosts Christine Bleakley and Dan Lobb.
"And the fans that follow Britney are so amazing and passionate, so to be able to travel to these cities I've travelled to with my brothers - but on my own - I'm looking forward to it."
Meanwhile, Jonas admitted that he was nervous about Jonas Brothers fans' reactions to his solo career, but explained that he had never planned to end up in a group with his two siblings.
"I never really planned to be in a band in general. When we first started it all just kind of fell together, that we were in this group and then we were selling records and travelling all over the world," he said. "And now I am doing a solo project, so I kind of just go with the flow and see how things come about."
Jonas added: "I was interested to see how the fans would react to me as a solo artist. I was a bit nervous at first and I wanted it to be communicated that the band is still together, yet we are just taking a little break. They have been very supportive, they love the new stuff."
On the group's future, he added: "We're going to probably be doing some more music at the end of this year, probably next year, it all depends how things roll out with this project."
Jonas releases his debut solo album FastLife in America today, while it will hit shelves in the UK on October 24.
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