I recently went to a Catholic event that included music and dancing and ended with the preaching from a Protestant speaker or minister. The priest spoke, too.
While they do seem to be more focused on fun, excitement, and music, I am reminded that truth is higher than feelings.
Folks at the event, including the Protestant speaker, were focused on Christian unity and that’s great. However, I also heard terms like altar call during the presentation. Inherently, an altar call indicates a desire for a relationship with Jesus, but it also indicates we don’t need the sacraments or priesthood. I also heard the term born again used in this context. From a Catholic view, these are errors and to some extent a rejection of our church.
Also remember that Protestants reject the authority given to Peter and his successors.
So perhaps Baptist services are more hip, and perhaps I am too focused on division, but they do not reflect the fullness of truth and to some extent they inherently reject our truths