These guys started on Nickelodeon... which would lead me to assume that the majority of fans were younger kids (middle school/younger girls) instead of the usual adults/college/high schoolers, which would go hand in hand with the lack of citations,
No citations or arrest in concert venue for Big Time Rush show at Darien Lake
Submitted by Howard Owens on August 10, 2012 - 12:25am
There were no arrests in the concert venue Thursday night in connection with the Big Time Rush / Cody Simpson concert at the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center.
There were no citations for underage drinking, according to a Sheriff's Office release.
There was a DWI arrest in the parking lot.
Janet Mary Brady, 45, reportedly drove into the employee parking lot after being told not to enter the lot. Upon investigation, she was allegedly found to be operating in an intoxicated condition with her 5-year-old child in the car. The exact charges she faces were not listed in the Sheriff's Office press release. She was released on an appearance ticket.
If you're not familiar with Big Time Rush, below is a video.
I don't think anyone over the age of 12 recognizes this as music. Just sayin.
Not for nothing, Jason, but they sounded incredible last night. Clear, succinct harmonies, and tons of energy. Plus, they appear to be genuinely nice guys.They had a meet and greet pool party in the afternoon, and a couple lucky kids got to ride roller coasters with them. I took my 8 year old son yesterday, and he had a blast, and I'm not afraid to admit, so did I.
And, on a serious note, I'm shocked at the number of adults at this show that were drinking heavily. The prices alone should be a deterrent. $11 for a tall can of beer???
I'm glad you enjoyed yourself, Bud.
These guys seem like a fun, wholesome boy band that young teens and preteens adore. Good for them!
I see a lot of similarities to the Monkees of the 60's. Made for TV, catchy pop music, and the girls love them.
The parking scenario still blows, btw
sounds a lot like Justin Beiber