Tickets for Florida Georgia Line bring you a bit of new and old Country. The Country Music duo act is back in a big way, thanks especially to the Florida Georgia Line. With Brian Kelley of Florida, and Tyler Hubbard of Georgia belting out a growing list of hits, including “Cruise,” Florida Georgia Line is poised to take the music world by storm.
Spending 2014 on tour with Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line headlined the iHeartRadio Music Festival event as they kicked off their 2016 solo tour. 2017 will also see Florida Georgia Line at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Get your chance to see these multi-platinum stars live when you order your Florida Georgia Line tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
|Florida Georgia Line and Chris Lane||Birds Nest at TPC of Scottsdale
|Thu, Feb 1
|Florida Georgia Line||Club Nomadic at Mystic Lake Casino
Prior Lake, MN
|Sat, Feb 3
|Country Jam - 4 Day Pass||Country Jam USA-CO
|Thu, Jun 14
|Florida Georgia Line||Sonoma County Fairgrounds - Grace Pavilion
|Fri, Jun 15
|Florida Georgia Line||Wild West Arena
North Platte, NE
|Fri, Jun 22
|Florida Georgia Line||American Family Insurance Amphitheater
|Sat, Jun 30
|Florida Georgia Line||Cheyenne Frontier Days
|Fri, Jul 20
Since the implosion of Brooks & Dunn and the flameout of The Wreckers, Country has been without a powerful duo. Trios like Lady Antebellum and the Band Perry have become hot properties in recent years, but few young men were looking to form a tight music pair. Florida Georgia Line have arrived to remedy this, and have already captured the hearts of fans from many genres. With untapped potential, Florida Georgia Line could be leading to a genre resurgence.
Featuring Tyler Hubbard (Georgia) and Brian Kelley (Florida), Florida Georgia Line began their career together, unlike the Nashville-created likes of Brooks & Dunn. This partnership gives Florida Georgia Line a foundation of stability that should keep them together for decades. Have equal minds for songwriting also boosts cohesion and makes for a cleaner product in the recording booth. This was first evidenced on Florida Georgia Line debut EP Anything Like Me. Like so many other rising acts, Florida Georgia Line made their bones with small club shows, quickly growing a fanbase across the American South.
Unlike many other artists, Florida Georgia Line did not have to toil for long in relative obscurity. Second EP It’z What We Do was only five songs long, but featured future multi-platinum hit “Cruise.” The hype around Florida Georgia Line and “Cruise” was enough to get the duo noticed by big-time record executives. Becoming a summertime smash, “Cruise” led It’z What Wed Do to be expanded into a full-length album called Here’s to the Good Times, which would become one of the top albums of 2013, climbing the charts at record pace.
Florida Georgia Line got some crossover play thanks to a remix of “Cruise” featuring Nelly. Mixing Hip-Hop with Country, the single quickly brought a slew of young people to Florida Georgia Line. “Cruise” went six-times platinum, but Florida Georgia Line avoided the one-hit wonder label with follow-up “Get Your Shine On.” Charting with “Round Here” and “Stay,” Florida Georgia Line proved that they are here to stay. Landing a spot opening for Jason Aldean in 2014, Florida Georgia Line developed a new following through their powerful live show. In 2017, Florida Georgia Line will headline their own tour, with stops also scheduled for RodeoHouston and other festivals. On tour or at festivals, see these rising stars live with Florida Georgia Line tickets from OnlineTickets.com!