Big Time Rush Serves Thanksgiving Dinner

Hit band Big Time Rush, who is slotted to perform at The Salvation Army’s Rock the Red Kettle Concert in Los Angeles on December 17, spent their Thanksgiving serving a hot meal to folks in need. That’s right- not only did the guys behind the hot band sing a beautifully harmonized and powerful rendition of the National Anthem at the Dallas Cowboys’ Thanksgiving game on the same day, but also served up turkey and pumpkin pie at a nearby Salvation Army shelter in Dallas. How awesome is that?

All in a day’s work! More Photos.

Big Time Rush Serves it Up at a Dallas Salvation Army Shelter! Photo Courtesy of http://bigtimerushtv.com (Brandon Wade/AP for Nickelodeon)

Photo Courtesy of http://bigtimerushtv.com (Brandon Wade/AP for Nickelodeon)

Photo Courtesy of http://bigtimerushtv.com (Brandon Wade/AP for Nickelodeon)

Big Time Rush will join a star-studded line-up on December 17 at The Salvation Army’s 2nd Annual Rock the Red Kettle Concert at Universal City Walk in Los Angeles. In The Salvation Army’s second year of hosting the concert series, the organization strives to motivate viewers to contribute to The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign and to “Do the Most Good” in their own communities through volunteerism and philanthropy.

Best of all? The event is free!

Stay tuned: more info to come!