Big Time Rush found their first foothold in Hollywood through Nickelodeon’s show of the same name, which debuted in 2009. The show is a fictitious comedy about the boy band’s rise to stardom and takes humorous stabs at the music industry along the way. This summer’s tour, which brings the band to Blossom at 8 p.m. Wednesday, August 1, will focus on last year’s Elevate. Expect to hear such popular songs as “Love Me Love Me” and “Music Sounds Better With You.” Band members had more say over the album’s musical direction, something singer Carlos Pena discusses in this recent interview. Tickets to the concert are $29.50-$79.25.