National Big Time Rush Day announced for April 4th

Band will release new studio album this summer

April 4th will be officially proclaimed Big Time Rush Day in honor of the band. On Tuesday, April 4th the Mayor of Duluth, MN – Emily Larson – will make an official proclamation from the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center making the date an annual national holiday. As the band’s fans – Rushers – well know, Duluth holds special significance for Big Time Rush as the hometown of the four band members on the hit Nickelodeon show Big Time Rush. In addition to the official proclamation of Big Time Rush Day, there will also be a ceremonial street re-named for the day by the Mayor of Duluth.

To celebrate the honor, the band has also announced that they will release a highly anticipated new album on June 9th, just in time for their upcoming tour. The album will be Big Time Rush’s first new studio album in ten years. The band started working on the album in 2022 and are excited to finally share it with their Rushers worldwide. Stay tuned for more details over the next few months!

Big Time Rush will celebrate #BTRDay with fans nationwide across socials and with a special ticket offer for their upcoming Can’t Get Enough Tour which is on sale now. On Tuesday, April 4th fans can get two tickets for $44, plus fees, in honor of Big Time Rush Day. Additionally, Big Time Rush will offer special sharable content and GIFs that fans can share.

The Can’t Get Enough Tour kicks off June 22nd in Fort Worth, TX. Max and Jax will support the trek.

Buddy Iahn
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