Big Time Rush at Schottenstein Center in Columbus, OH

Big Time Rush was greeted with a packed arena of eager fans for their Can’t Get Enough Tour in Columbus, Ohio.

The first opener of the night for Big Time Rush’s Can’t Get Enough Tour was TikTok star Jax (Jaclyn Cole Miskanic). Jax’s TikTok currently sits at a whopping 13.8 million followers! Jax was also massively successful during her season-fourteen audition of American Idol where she placed third in the competition. Jax is fun to watch perform her high-energy setlist that included “90s Kids,” “Cinderella Snapped,” “Victoria’s Secret,” and her rendition of “Teenage Dirtbag.”

Taking the stage next was pop artist MAX (Max Schneider). Max had a dynamic and energy-packed performance which included multiple fabulous dance sequences. Max is best known for his lead role as Charlie Prince in the Nickelodeon movie Rags and his double platinum single “Lights Down Low.” It’s undeniable from Max’s impressive portfolio of work that he is a talented artist and his full setlist of hits did not disappoint fans. Max’s setlist contained “Love Me Less,” “Acid Dreams,” and, of course, his double platinum hit, “Lights Down Low.”

After much anticipation and eagerly awaiting fans of all ages, Big Time Rush took the stage for their jam-packed setlist. The boy band appeared on their tiered LED stage and was accompanied by a dramatically backlit entrance that was reminiscent of their first tour entrances. The band is comprised of Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos PenaVega, and Logan Henderson, and was established in 2009. Big Time Rush was originally signed to Nickelodeon and had a successful television series that ran on Nickelodeon from 2009-2013. They had a hiatus period from 2014 that lasted until 2021, but the boys are back together for their Can’t Get Enough Tour.

Big Time Rush’s performance had classic boy band energy that was reminiscent of NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys. Their set was full of great harmonized songs and choreographed dances. What sets Big Time Rush’s performance apart from other artists is their ability to interact with their fans. During multiple points of the show, each member hopped on the floor to be closer to their fans. During their encore, they performed “Windows Down” and made a loop around the floor to sing and greet fans firsthand.

However, one of the songs fans look forward to seeing live most is “Worldwide.” During “Worldwide,” each one of the band members chooses a fan out of the audience to serenade and dance with. Needless to say, fans were sure to bring their “Worldwide” inspired signs to help grab the band’s attention. Another iconic moment of the show was during “Confetti Falling” when they fire loads of confetti for the fans. Their setlist spans over twenty songs and includes throwback songs like “Big Time Rush” and “Boyfriend” which longtime fans appreciated.

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Maddy has been always been passionate about music and photography. After moving from Eastern Kentucky she was eager to make an appearance at concerts with camera in hand. Maddy's favorite genres are alternative, indie, and pop punk.