Big Time Rush
with Spencer Sutherland
DATE: Aug. 2, 2022
TIMES: Gates open at 7pm. Music starts at 8pm.
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Big Time Rush became an overnight sensation in November 2009 when the scripted TV show of the same name launched on Nickelodeon. The show focused on the Hollywood adventures of four hockey players from Minnesota after they were selected to form a boy band. It was a huge success and later, Carlos, Kendall, James and Logan came to life as a band off screen releasing three full length albums and performing across the globe. As the show concluded in July 2013 and after four years of recording music and touring as a band, they went their separate ways but remained close friends through the years.
After seven years, in an effort to bring joy to their fans during quarantine around the world, the members of Big Time Rush decided to appear together as a group to send a message of love and togetherness. This was soon followed by a socially distant performance of an acoustic version of their smash hit, "Worldwide". These appearances resulted in hysteria amongst their fans and in the media, followed by BTR receiving 10+ million streams in 2020 alone. Four seasons of the TV show were added last to Netﬂix in March 2021 and have appeared in the Netﬂix "Top 10" trending titles.
The band finished off 2021 with a performance at iHeartRadio Jingle Ball in Philadelphia as well as two sold out shows in Chicago and Ney York City, capping it off with the release of their ﬁrst single in eight years, “Call It Like I See It”, on Dec. 13.