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Making Memories with Big Time Rush Concert

Last night we took the girls to watch the Big Time Rush Concert in Noblesville, Indiana. We had a little scare when we arrived and our tickets were rejected but thanks to a few quick calls all was fixed. Phew. The girls had been excited about this for a while, both have crushes on certain members of the band. Balletgirl likes James Maslow and BabyGirl likes Logan so you can imagine when they finally appeared my eardrums felt like they would burst. But that’s what a concert is all about right? The screaming.

The first singer was Rachel Crowe (singing Mean Girls), we couldn’t get any photos of many because the sun was still up and hanging right over the theater. But the girls loved her. The music and all the kids dancing around were fun to watch and there were three giant screen tvs for the lawn crowd to watch. Rachel liked to chat with the crowd and ask them questions, she was full of energy. Next up was Cody Simpson from Australia and he sang songs from his album “Paradise.”

When Big Time Rush came on they just didn’t stay on stage, they actually walked out among the crowd and danced with them. This brought all the girls from the lawn to go running up towards the front. I loved that they played with the crowd, from the point of them actually appearing on stage to having the crowd ask them to come back out. My favorite part and my girls was when the four boys pulled crowd members from various sections (including the lawn) to come up and sing “Worldwide” with them. It was definitely a night my girls will remember for the rest of their lives, I loved watching the smiles, hearing the giggles and seeing them enjoy their very first concert.

Disclosure: I was given 4 tickets to the concert for a review/giveaway. The pictures and opinions are mine. 

5 thoughts on “Making Memories with Big Time Rush Concert

  1. Angela Harris says:

    What a great day you had. Thank you for sharing!

  2. How fun, I still remember my first concert…. I was a bit older than your girls however. They look so happy!

  3. I was much older, I was in my 20s….but just like them I went with my mom. 🙂

  4. Jennifer WIlliams says:

    I wish my mother would have done things like that, your kids are very lucky.

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