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The Forever Tour is the seventh concert tour and sixth headlining tour by Big Time Rush and the first full-length tour since the band's 2021 comeback. The tour began on June 23, 2022, in Oxon Hill, MD. The band announced the tour and its dates on February 21, 2022, with ticket presales starting on February 23. On March 8, 2022, it was confirmed that the band would be traveling all around the world in an announcement of three new shows in Mexico. The three newly added shows sold out in less than a day.

Background[]

Big Time Rush announced the Forever Tour during their appearance on Good Morning America on February 21, 2022. Tickets went on sale the same day.[1]

Opening act[]

American singer and social media personality Dixie D'Amelio is featured as a special guest on the Forever Tour, opening for the first 23 dates.[1] On June 6, Big time Rush announced that Spencer Sutherland would be opening for the final 18 United States dates.

Setlist[]

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Windows Down"
  3. "Music Sounds Better"
  4. "Honey"
  5. "Love Me Again"
  6. "Any Kind of Guy"
  7. "Amazing"
  8. "Call It Like I See It"
  9. "Show Me"
  10. "Not Giving You Up"
  11. "Halfway There"
  12. "Stuck"
  13. "No Idea"
  14. "Confetti Falling"
  15. "I Know You Know" (Acoustic)
  16. "Worldwide" (Acoustic)
  17. "Time of Our Life"
  18. "Paralyzed"
  19. "Fall"
  20. "City Is Ours"/"Big Night"/"Til I Forget About You"
  21. "Nothing Even Matters"
  22. "If I Ruled the World"
  23. "Intro"
  24. "Big Time Rush"
  25. "Boyfriend"

Shows[]

Date City Country Venue Opening Acts Attendance Revenue
North America
June 23, 2022 Oxon Hill United States MGM National Harbor Theater Dixie D'Amelio
June 24, 2022 Bridgeport Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater
June 25, 2022 Gilford Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
June 26, 2022 Boston Leader Bank Pavilion
June 28, 2022 Philadelphia TD Pavilion
June 30, 2022 New York Madison Square Garden 20,789 / 20,789
July 1, 2022 Hershey Giant Center
July 2, 2022 Darien Darien Lake Amphitheater
July 3, 2022 Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
July 6, 2022 Cincinnati Andrew J. Brady Music Center
July 7, 2022 Chicago Huntington Bank Pavilion
July 8, 2022 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
July 9, 2022 Pittsburgh Petersen Events Center
July 10, 2022 Sterling Heights Michigan Lottery Amphitheater
July 12, 2022 Baltimore Pier Six Pavilion
July 14, 2022 Franklin FirstBank Amphitheater
July 15, 2022 Raleigh Red Hat Amphitheater
July 16, 2022 Charlotte Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
July 19, 2022 Jacksonville Daily's Place
July 21, 2022 Tampa MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
July 22, 2022 Miami FPL Solar Amphitheater
July 23, 2022 Orlando Addition Financial Arena
July 24, 2022 Atlanta Cadence Bank Amphitheatre
July 26, 2022 Indianapolis TCU Amphitheater Spencer Sutherland TBA
July 28, 2022 Minneapolis The Armory
July 30, 2022 Kansas City T-Mobile Center
July 31, 2022 Maryland Heights Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
August 2, 2022 Rogers Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion
August 3, 2022 Irving The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
August 4, 2022 Austin Moody Amphitheater
August 5, 2022 Sugar Land Smart Financial Centre
August 6, 2022 Hidalgo Payne Arena
August 8, 2022 El Paso Don Haskins Center
August 10, 2022 Inglewood YouTube Theater
August 11, 2022 Irvine FivePoint Amphitheater
August 12, 2022 San Diego Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheater
August 13, 2022 Phoenix Arizona Financial Theatre
August 14, 2022 Albuquerque Isleta Amphitheater
August 16, 2022 Denver Levitt Pavilion
August 18, 2022 West Valley City USANA Amphitheatre
August 20, 2022 Concord Concord Pavilion
August 23, 2022 Zapopan Mexico Telmex Auditorium TBA
August 24, 2022 Mexico City Palacio de los Deportes
August 26, 2022 Monterrey Auditorio Citibanamex
South America
February 24, 2023 Santiago Chile Teatro Caupolicán TBA
February 26, 2023 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Obras
February 28, 2023 Bogotá Colombia Chamorro City Hall
March 3, 2023 São Paulo Brazil Espaço Unimed
March 5, 2023 Rio de Janeiro Vivo Rio

Cancelled[]

Date City Country Venue
July 4, 2022 Toronto Canada Budweiser Stage

Trivia[]

  • Before performing "I Know You Know" at each show, Big Time Rush would perform a medley of different songs with Carlos on the ukelele. Some of the songs they would perform included a variety of covers including "As It Was" and "Watermelon Sugar", and original songs including "Na Na Na", "Cover Girl", and "The Giant Turd Song" from Big Time Rush.
  • During select dates, "Dale Pa' Ya" was performed in between "Call It Like I See It" and "Show Me". It was permanently added to the setlist starting with the show in Rogers, AR.
  • At the show in Philadelphia, PA, singer Rick Astley joined the band in a surprise appearance to cover his song "Never Gonna Give You Up".
  • Logan posted a picture of every show the band performed on the tour to his Instagram.
  • Maffio joined the band for their Mexico tour dates.

Gallery[]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Big Time Rush - Tour". bigtimerushofficial.com. Retrieved 21 February 2022.

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v · d · e Big Time Rush
Discography · Videography · Awards and nominations · Songs · Live performances
Members Kendall Schmidt · James Maslow · Carlos PenaVega · Logan Henderson
Studio albums BTR (2010) · Elevate (2011) · 24/seven (2013) · Another Life (2023)
Compilations The Greatest Hits (2016) · L'Intégrale (2016) · Ultimate Fan Edition (2016)
Extended plays Best of Season 1 (2010) · Holiday Bundle (2010) · Big Time Movie Soundtrack (2012) · Untitled Spanglish EP (2023)
Concert tours Big Time Rush in Concert · Better with U Tour · Big Time Summer Tour · Summer Break Tour · Live World Tour · Forever Tour · Can't Get Enough Tour
Promotional tours Big Time Rush & Walgreens · Big Time Rush Live
Virtual concerts Big Time Rush: The City Is Ours
Television 7 Secrets with Big Time Rush · Big Time Rush: Live from Times Square · Big Time Rush: Party All Night · BTR: Music Sounds Better with U · Big Time Tour
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