Red Light Management


April 1, 2013

New York, NY – April 1, 2013 – Columbia Records and Nickelodeon’s multi-platinum selling superstars Big Time Rush and triple threat sensation Victoria Justice announced today that they will kick off their “Summer Break Tour” on June 21st in Los Angeles. Fans will get to see both artists’ electrifying performances in over 38 cities across the U.S., including stops in New York, Chicago and Dallas. Olivia Somerlyn will be support for this tour.  Tickets for the tour go on sale to the public April 6th at, or by calling 1-800-745-3000.  For more information on the tour, please visit

Both Big Time Rush and Victoria Justice have taken their on camera careers to the stage with the help of the global partnership between Columbia Records and Nickelodeon. Big Time Rush are currently recording their highly anticipated third album set to release in early Summer 2013. The release will feature brand new music that will debut on the upcoming season of the TV series, “Big Time Rush,” which averages 3.6 million total viewers. Big Time Rush was the most watched live-action series premiere in Nickelodeon’s history, with 6.8 million viewers. Elevate, Big Time Rush’s second album released by Columbia Records/Nickelodeon, was the follow-up to the group’s blockbuster debut, 2010’s gold-certified BTR. The band’s 2012 summer anthem single “Windows Down,” has garnered over 15 million video views and quickly climbed the radio charts becoming their third consecutive charting single at Pop radio. To date, Big Time Rush has sold close to 4 million singles.

Victoria Justice starred in the hit Nickelodeon series, Victorious, which recently won its second Kids’ Choice Award in the category of “Favorite TV Show.”  Prior to having her own series, Victoria starred in Zoey 101.    In 2012 she starred alongside Chelsea Handler and Johnny Knoxville in the Paramount Pictures’ feature FUN SIZE.  Victoria has been nominated for a Teen Choice, Kids’ Choice, NAACP Image, ALMA and Imagen Foundation Award.  She has graced the cover of Teen Vogue multiple times, Seventeen, Latina, and has made appearances on The Jimmy Fallon Show, The View, and Ellen.  Her smash hit single, “Freak the Freak Out” has been certified gold and the singer/songwriter has sold over 3 million digital downloads overall.  She is currently in the studio writing and recording for her forthcoming solo album.

Live Nation is the national tour promoter. 

“Summer Break Tour” Dates

** Performance by Big Time Rush Only

# Performance by Victoria Justice Only


Jun 21                     Los Angeles, CA         Gibson Amphitheatre

Jun 22                     Del Mar, CA                Del Mar Fair

Jun 23                     Concord, CA               Sleep Train Pavilion at Concord

Jun 25                     Phoenix, AZ                 Desert Sky Pavilion

Jun 26                     Tucson, AZ                  AVA**

Jun 28                     Houston, TX                Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Jun 29                     Dallas, TX                     GEXA Energy Pavilion

Jun 30                     Oklahoma City, OK    Chesapeake Energy Center

Jul 2                          Southaven, MS            Landers Center

Jul 3                          Atlanta, GA                    Chastain Park Amphitheatre

Jul 5                          West Palm Beach, FL   Cruzan Amphitheatre

Jul 6                          St. Augustine, FL           St. Augustine Amphitheatre **

Jul 7                          Raleigh, NC                    Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek

Jul 9                          Charlotte, NC                Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Jul 10                       Bristow, VA                    Jiffy Lube Live

Jul 12                       Bethel, NY                       Bethel Woods Center

Jul 13                       Holmdel, NJ                   PNC Bank Arts Center

Jul 14                       Burgettstown, PA          First Niagara Pavilion

Jul 16                       Camden, NJ                   Susquehana Bank Center

Jul 18                       Wantagh, NY                 Nikon at Jones Beach Theater

Jul 19                       Hershey, PA                   Hersheypark Stadium

Jul 20                       Uncasville, CT              Mohegan Sun **

Jul 20                       Harrington, DE             Delaware State Fair #

Jul 21                       Mansfield, MA               Comcast Center

Jul 23                       Gilford, NH                    Meadowbrook

Jul 24                      Bangor, ME                      Bangor Waterfront

Jul 26                       Baltimore, MD               Pier Six Pavilion

Jul 27                      Saratoga Springs, NY     Saratoga PAC

Jul 28                       Darien Center, NY         Darien Lake PAC

Jul 30                       Toledo, OH                     Toledo Zoo Amphitheatre **

Jul 30                       Clearfield, PA                 Clearfield County Fairgrounds #

Jul 31                       Cuyahoga Falls, OH       Blossom Music Center

Aug 2                        Noblesville, IN                Klipsch Music Center

Aug 3                        Clarkston, MI                   DTE Energy Music Theatre

Aug 4                        Chicago, IL                     First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre

Aug 6                        Columbus, OH              Schottenstein Center

Aug 7                        Cincinnati, OH              U.S. Bank Arena

Aug 9                        Sioux City, IA                 Gateway Arena

Aug 10                     Minneapolis, MN            Target Center

Aug 11                     Milwaukee, WI                 Riverside Theater **