Is Big Time Rush coming back?
Big Time Rush are back. After an eight-year hiatus, the boy band is returning for two performances in 2021. The L.A.-based group will perform at Chicago Theater in Illinois on Dec. 15, followed by a Dec. 18 show at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York. “WE ARE BACK! BillboardBig Time Rush Announce Reunion Shows
Is Big Time Rush coming back in 2021?
Nickelodeon's favorite boy band, Big Time Rush, has officially reunited and is returning to the stage. Seven years after its final Live World Tour in 2014, the group announced two concert dates for 2021: Dec. 15 at the Chicago Theater in Chicago and Dec. 18 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. Los Angeles TimesBig Time Rush is making a big-time concert comeback
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Big Time Rush are back! For two shows, at least.
The boy band, who have been on an eight-year hiatus, announced that they would be reuniting to perform together once again in December.
"WE ARE BACK! It's been a minute, but we couldn't be more excited to see you! Lets make up for lost time [sic]," a post shared on their Twitter account reads.
The group, who originated from the Nickelodeon series Big Time Rush, also shared a short clip along with the post.
All four original members - Kendall Schmidt, Carlos Pena jr., James Maslow and Logan Henderson - will be part of the reunion, with one show planned for 15 December in Chicago and another for 18 December in New York.
According to Billboard, the group hosted five tours between 2011 and 2014 before they stopped touring. Big Time Rush, the series, concluded in 2013.
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20 July, 2021 - 11:10am
On Monday, Big Time Rush — the pop boy band formed on the Nickelodeon sitcom of the same name — announced that it is reuniting on stage for the first time since their final Live World Tour in 2014!
The announcement comes more than a year after the group — comprising Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos Peña Vega and Logan Henderson — reunited virtually at the start of the pandemic, before releasing an acoustic version of their song "Worldwide" last June.
"WE ARE BACK!" the group's account announced on Twitter along with a silly video with all four members. "It's been a minute, but we couldn't be more excited to see you! Let's make up for lost time."
The group announced shows at the Chicago Theater in Chicago and Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City this December.
In the video, a dramatic voiceover checks in on each member as it announces that "the people of the world are ready for a comeback of epic proportions."
Stopped in the woods is Schmidt, who talks back to the voiceover, "Whoever you are, that's a character I played on a television show years ago."
Then, the voiceover visits James, who, fittingly, is in an undershirt making fixes to his car's engine. "Man, after all these years, he still looks good," the voiceover says. After that, the voiceover stops at the home of Carlos, "the wild child," as he plays around with his two babies.
"Daddy, is that God?" asks one of his children.
The camera then pans to Logan (the smart one in the sitcom) who is performing surgery... well, actually he's just playing Operation the board game.
"Together, these four men will once again live it big time," the voiceover says. "The show must go on. The world needs Big Time Rush."
The clip ends with the voiceover singing the first few notes to Big Time Rush's theme song.
The 2021 reunion comes several months after the group's show were made available on Netflix in March. Over the last week, the group's members teased the eventual announcement by changing their profile pictures to a blank red dot.
The group released three albums — BTR in 2010, Elevate in 2011 and 24/Seven in 2013 — and were responsible for hits such as "Boyfriend," "Worldwide," "Til I Forget About You" and "Windows Down." The group collaborated with the likes of Jordin Sparks, Snoop Dogg and Jake Miller.
The group's show, on which they were all selected to form a boy band by a fictional producer, ran from 2009 to 2013.
20 July, 2021 - 11:10am
Big Time Rush is making a big time comeback following a 7-year hiatus. Here's where and when you can catch their reunion concerts.
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After seven years on hiatus, Big Time Rush is making a big time comeback.
The boy band, who launched to fame on their 2009 to 2013 Nickelodeon show of the same name, announced on its official Twitter account Monday that the band will perform two upcoming shows.
"WE ARE BACK!" the tweet read. "It’s been a minute, but we couldn’t be more excited to see you! Lets make up for lost time."
The band will play a show on Dec. 15 at the Chicago Theater and on Dec. 18 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York. Fans can sign up for first access to pre-sale tickets on Big Time Rush's website.
Along with the tour dates, the band tweeted a video offering playful updates on what each of its four members have been up to.
"It's 2021," says a voiceover. "The people of the world are ready for a comeback of epic proportions."
The video shows Kendall Schmidt, 30, hiking in the woods; James Maslow, 31, working on a car; Carlos PenaVega, 31, wrangling his two kids; and Logan Henderson, 31, "working on that PhD" with an intense game of Operation.
"The show must go on," the voiceover adds. "The world needs Big Time Rush."
The announcement was trending on Twitter Monday as fans shared their excitement and nostalgia for Big Time Rush.
"Big Time Rush returning after 8 years," wrote @DynamoSuperX. "2021 is a gift that just keeps on giving."
"big time rush coming back is what needed to happen this year nature is finally healing," wrote @MatteoEscudero.
"i been saying this and imma say it again," wrote @PEACHYBLACKG0RL. "big time rush is better than one direction"
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20 July, 2021 - 11:10am
Big Time Rush is officially back in action. The group, comprised of Carlos PenaVega, James Maslow, Kendall Schmidt, and Logan Henderson, announced on Monday that they would be reuniting in the near future. According to PEOPLE, the group also shared plans for concerts that will take place later this year.
To announce the exciting news, Big Time Rush shared a video on Twitter. The video comes complete with a dramatic voiceover that goes over what the four members of the group have been up to since their last performances. They announce that "the people of the world are ready for a comeback of epic proportions." The clip first showcases Schmidt, who is in the woods. He tells the voiceover, "Whoever you are, that's a character I played on a television show years ago."
Next up is Maslow, who is in the middle of fixing up his car. The voiceover shares about the singer, "Man, after all these years, he still looks good." Then, the camera pans to PenaVega, who is with the two children that he shares with his wife, Alexa PenaVega. One of his kids asks him about the voiceover, "Daddy, is that God?" Last up, the video showcases what Henderson has been up to. He's in the middle of performing surgery of the Operation nature. The voiceover then adds, "Together, these four men will once again live it big time. The show must go on. The world needs Big Time Rush."
The group didn't just post this humorous video. They also shared details about some of their upcoming performances. Fans will be able to catch Big Time Rush live in one of two locations — the Chicago Theater in Chicago, Illinois or the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, New York. The band will appear in Chicago on Dec. 15 and in New York City on Dec. 18. Big Time Rush had a show on Nickelodeon that followed the group, who were all selected to be a part of the boy band by a fictional producer. They released three albums — BTR in 2010, Elevate in 2011, and 24/Seven in 2013. The last reunited in June 2020 virtually to perform an acoustic version of their track, "Worldwide."
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20 July, 2021 - 11:10am
Los Angeles-based boy band Big Time Rush, who starred on the Nickelodeon hit series of the same name, has announced a reunion after eight years with two performances in the US in 2021. The band will perform at the Chicago Theater on Wednesday, December 15th and at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on Saturday, December 18th.
“WE ARE BACK! It’s been a minute, but we couldn’t be more excited to see you! Lets make up for lost time,” the group shares on social media.
Tickets for both shows go on sale Friday, July 23rd via Ticketmaster at 10 am local time for NYC and 11 am local time for Chicago. Pre-sales start Wednesday, July 21st at 10 am and run through Thursday, July 22nd at 10 pm local time.
Big Time Rush consists of members Kendall Schmidt James Maslow Carlos Pena Jr. and Logan Henderson. The band released its debut album BTR in October 2010 and a second studio album Elevate was released in November 2011.
Big Time Rush produced 73 episodes over four seasons from 2009-2013. The show followed four Minnesota hockey players who had aspirations to become a boy band. Nickelodeon teamed with Sony Music to release original music from the series which ultimate appeared on the group’s debut album. Snoop Dogg and Cher were among the superstars who appeared throughout the show’s run. The group disbanded in 2013 to pursue solo careers.
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20 July, 2021 - 11:10am
The band is OFFICIALLY back together!!!
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“BIG TIME RUSH LIVE! WE ARE BACK! It’s been a minute, but we couldn’t be more excited to see you! Lets make up for lost time,” they wrote on the band’s official account.
The guys will play two shows THIS December – December 15th at the Chicago Theater in Chicago, IL and December 18th at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom.
Fans can head to their website – bigtimerushofficial.com – to sign up for pre-sale ticket access.
Just a week ago, Big Time Rush teased the comeback by making all of their profile photos the same color, causing fans to understandably freak out.
BTR haven’t gone on tour since 2014, and just as recently as last year, teased that they could reunite as a band in the near future. We are SO happy they’re back!!
— Big Time Rush (@bigtimerush) July 19, 2021
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19 July, 2021 - 06:02pm
Nickelodeon's favorite boy band, Big Time Rush, has officially reunited and is returning to the stage. Seven years after its final Live World Tour in 2014, the group announced two concert dates for 2021: Dec. 15 at the Chicago Theater in Chicago and Dec. 18 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.
"WE ARE BACK!," the band's official account tweeted Monday. "It’s been a minute, but we couldn’t be more excited to see you! Lets make up for lost time." The announcement was accompanied by a "where are they now"-style video with a dramatic voice-over.
Headstrong group leader Kendall is seen walking through the woods, while James, the hot one whose alter ego was "bandanna man," is working under the hood of a car in a too-tight tank. Though the Type-A planner and aspiring doctor Logan is said to be finishing up a PhD, he's really just playing Operation — and the goofball-turned-father Carlos is playing on the couch with his kids.
Created by Scott Fellows, teen heartthrobs Kendall Schmidt, Logan Henderson, Carlos PeñaVega and James Maslow starred in a sitcom named after the band. "Big Time Rush," which ran from November 2009 to July 2013, featured four hockey players from Minnesota who find sudden fame after a local talent search.
After being whisked away to Los Angeles and embedding themselves at the Palm Woods — a hotel that is home to other aspiring teen entertainers — they must undertake the task of becoming the next big hit while also staying true to themselves.
Apart from their chart-topping hit "Boyfriend (feat. Snoop Dog)," Big Time Rush released three albums: debut "BTR" in 2010, sophomore album "Elevate" and "24/Seven." Last week, fans suspected a reunion was pending as the singers' profile pictures on social media and the official accounts were replaced by red dots.
The group briefly got back together in April 2020 to film a COVID-19 PSA, spreading love to fans. After fans sign up for ticket presales, which start Wednesday, they can catch up on all of the crew's antics in four seasons of "Big Time Rush" on Netflix.
This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.
"Let's make up for lost time," the group wrote on Twitter announcing performances in Chicago and New York in December
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After seven years on hiatus, Big Time Rush is returning to the stage. Unfortunately, it won’t be worldwide — just in two cities. The band made the announcement on their social media pages, confirming that all four original members — Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Logan Henderson and Carlos Pena Jr. — would be returning for a small tour, playing shows in Chicago and and New York. WE ARE BACK! It’s been a minute, but we couldn’t be more excited to see you! Lets make up for lost time.Dec 15 – Chica
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