Florida Georgia Line to Cruise the States on Here’s to the Good Times Tour

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Florida Georgia Line is heading out on their first headlining tour after recently opening for Taylor Swift and Luke Bryan. The tour will support the Country duos highly acclaimed debut album ‘Here’s to the Good Times’ that features singles “Cruise” and “Get Your Shine On”. Florida Georgia Line tour dates begin October 3 in Brookings, SD and wraps December 14 in Kent, WA. Touring with this year’s  Academy of Country Music Awards New Artist of the Year are Colt Ford on all dates with Tyler Farr (Oct. 19-Nov. 9 & Nov. 21-23) and Dallas Smith (Oct. 3-16, Nov. 15-17 & Nov. 29-Dec. 14) intermittently.

“We can’t wait to give our fans what they have been asking for all year … our own headline tour”

Thirty-two shows make up the Here’s to the Good Times Tour. Despite a busy schedule through the end of the year, Florida Georgia Line is still committed to touring with Luke Bryan in Little Rock, Nashville, Tampa, and West Palm Beach. Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley have yet to announce shows for their headlining tour in their home states of Georgia and Florida, but Florida residents can still see the duo on Luke Bryan’s Dirt Road Diaries tour October 25 and 26.

According to CMT News, Florida Georgia Line’s Lexington, KY show at Whitaker Bank Ballpark has already sold out. Razorgator has tickets to the sold out Kentucky concert on October 19 starting at $62; with an average price of $103, the Lexington show is the most expensive on Florida Georgia Line’s tour schedule. Florida Georgia Line tickets are averaging $82, one of the cheapest tours this year. In comparison, the average Luke Bryan tickets are $134 and Taylor Swift tickets – whom the Country singers opened for sporadically in March and May – average between $131 and $368.

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