If you haven’t heard of the Florida Georgia Line, don’t worry – you will. And we don’t mean that imaginary line on the map of the United States. We are talking about the newest and hottest country music duo consisting of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard. Kelley is from Ormond Beach, FL, and Hubbard hails from Monroe, GA. Now do you get it? Although you could say the band is from Nashville as they met at Music City’s Belmont University. After two EPs, FGL released their first studio album, Here’s to the Good Times, late last year. Their single “Cruise” has repeatedly hit number one. Tracks “Round Here” and “Get Your Shine On” are also topping charts. The duo previously toured with Luke Bryan, Brantley Gilbert, Jake Owen, and Dierks Bentley. Now the pair will hit the road for a headlining tour. Be sure to catch them when they come to a city near you. Get Florida Georgia Line tickets from Razorgator today. We have Florida Georgia Line schedule and tickets available! Find the best seats for Florida Georgia Line.
Florida Georgia Line 2015 Anything Goes Tour
9/8/15 - The guys from Florida Georgia Line have always been vocal about their admiration for Garth Brooks, and they recently got a chance to work with their role model. “Friends In Low Places” is one of the most famous country music songs, and in honor of its upcoming 25th anniversary, Brooks invited FGL and other artists to join him in a reboot of the hit. Despite their unique take on the genre, clearly Florida Georgia Line has deep roots in country music. Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelly are extending their summer tour into fall with a performance at the Xfinity Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut this Friday, Sept. 11. Tickets can be yours today for just $38 and up. Join them for a live performance of hit songs such as “Sun Daze” and “Cruise.”
8/19/15 - Country rockers Florida Georgia Line took the city of Burgettstown, PA by storm on Saturday, performing in front of a crowd of over 21,000 fans at First Niagara Pavilion. The duo of rising stars took the stage appropriately to the sound of rapper Drake’s “Started From the Bottom” playing in the background. Although they may have started from humble beginnings, the pair certainly did not stay they for long. They put on a fantastic set full of audience favorites like “Round Here,” “Dirt,” “Get Your Shine On,” and “Every Night” before closing with “This is How We Roll,” which sent the crowd erupting into cheers. Catch Florida Georgia Line at their next show this Friday at Austin360 Amphitheater in Austin, TX. Tickets currently start at $30.
8/11/15 - Avoiding the confines of traditional country music has certainly worked out to the benefit of Florida Georgia Line. Doing what nobody had ever done was undoubtedly a risky move, but it has led to some of the catchiest and most popular songs on country radio airwaves. Songs like “Cruise,” “Sippin’ On Fire,” “Sun Daze” and “Like You Ain’t Even Gone” are just a few examples of the sounds that have emerged from the duo since they paired up in 2010. Now you can enjoy some FGL live as they are continuing their tour through the end of October. Their next show is on Friday, Aug. 14 in Charlotte, North Carolina at the PNC Music Pavilion. Ticket prices start at $68. The following night they will take the stage in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania at First Niagara Pavilion. Claim your seats for $54.
7/28/15 - Everybody knows that Florida Georgia Line can sing, but apparently they also have some dance moves! Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, along with fellow country superstar and touring partner Luke Bryan, had an impromptu dance-off at a recent show in Nashville. Hubbard did his own silly version of the chicken dance, which had his stage partners and the entire crowd laughing. Unrehearsed moments like these are what make a FGL concert so special. Their tour continues next week with a concert at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, New York. Be sure to get your tickets for that today, as these guys are really fun to see live and the show may just sell out! Prices start at $68 for general admission for the lawn and $81 for assigned seating.
7/21/15 - Country music seems to be going through somewhat of an evolution lately. New and exciting sub-genres and sounds are emerging all the time, but some artists come under fire for not being country enough and for incorporating too much from the hip-hop and rap genres. Florida Georgia Line is one such group that gets some of the brunt of that criticism, but they don’t seem to mind! They stay true to themselves no matter what a few critics have to say. The fans can’t get enough of their music and are coming out in droves to support the band! The party atmosphere will be in full swing in Bristow, Virginia this Saturday (July 25), as the Jiffy Lube Live arena is all set to host the duo. Pick up your tickets today for $56 and up.
7/14/15 - Florida Georgia Line has been nominated for a Teen Choice Award! The duo got the nod in the Choice Country Song category for their hit, “Sippin’ on Fire,” from their latest album, Anything Goes, which was released last year. The honor isn’t new to the band, as they won in the same category last year thanks to their song, “This Is How We Roll,” which they worked on with Luke Bryan. The show is set to air on Aug. 16 and fans can vote now! In the meantime, FGL will be on the road, and is even set to meet up with Luke Bryan this weekend! On Saturday, July 18, the artists will take the stage at the Paul Brown Stadium venue in Cincinnati, Ohio. We have your tickets available now with pricing starting at $85.
7/7/15 - Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line may be known for being the bad-but-lovable boys of the country music industry, but front man Tyler Hubbard showed a little bit of his softer side as he shared memories of his recent wedding to Hayley Stommel. The pair tied the knot on July 1 in Sun Valley, Idaho, the bride’s hometown. Hubbard states that when he first saw her walk down the aisle, he got super emotional and said that it was “a very spiritual moment.” The pair has had a few weeks to celebrate the union, but FGL is back on the road this Saturday, July 11 in Nashville, Tennessee. The concert will be held at Vanderbilt Stadium and we have your tickets starting at $58.
5/22/15 - Country music sensations Florida Georgia Line are set to resume their 2015 Anything Goes Tour this Saturday in Indianapolis, IN at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It appears the guys have been enjoying themselves albeit staying busy during the brief hiatus. The guys attended the 2015 Billboard Music Awards last Sunday at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and took home the top honors for Country Artist of the Year. They also reportedly loved the live collaboration between Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea, having stopped by Spears’ Piece of Me residence at Planet Hollywood one night prior to the awards ceremonies. The guys are reportedly huge fans of Spears, saying that their favorite song by the pop queen is none other than her first single “…Baby One More Time.”
5/11/15 - One of the most entertaining things you can see on the Internet this week is the seasoned and serious journalist Dan Rather ask Florida Georgia Line members Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley what the term “bro country” means. They admit that they don’t really know what it means or how it came to define their music, but they are just glad that the fans are enjoying their records and having a good time at their shows. The clip is just a small preview of a longer interview, which has not yet been released. FGL will resume their touring schedule next week in Indiana at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The show will be on Saturday, May 23 and is scheduled to begin at 3:00PM. We have your general admission tickets starting at just $38.
4/3/15 - Florida Georgia Line looked mighty comfortable performing on the iHeartRadio Music Awards Sunday night, showing just how well they fit in with the non-country crowd. Both members of the duo were dressed in black as they sang “Sun Daze” from their recent album Anything Goes to the live and TV audiences. FGL is also set to perform on both The Talk and American Idol this week. Add these appearances into the midst of an extensive touring schedule and you have one busy band. They don’t seem to mind the hectic schedule, however. In fact, they seem to be having the time of their lives. Their tour resumes on Tuesday, April 14 in Nashville, TN when they will perform two shows at the Grand Ole Opry House. Tickets for the 7PM show start at $51.
3/3/15 - Duo Florida Georgia Line brought their country twang to New York City last week, performing a sold out show at Madison Square Garden. It was a monumental occasion for the rockers, who told the audience it was a dream come true to be headlining a show in the Big Apple. Hubbard and Kelley kept city slicker fans on their toes. They opened the performance with a couple of lesser-known songs off their Anything Goes album for which the tour is named. They later got down to business, of course, performing the platinum single “Round Here” and double platinum single “Get Your Shine On.” After a brief hiatus, the Anything Goes tour heads next to Houston, TX where the country boys will play in conjunction with the city rodeo.
2/24/15 - After releasing two chart-topping singles from their brand new record Anything Goes, Florida Georgia Line has announced that the third single will be “Sippin’ on Fire.” The song is about a guy and a girl who were in relationship that has ended, but the two are still drawn to each other despite the fact that the girl has a new boyfriend. It is upbeat and catchy for a love song, and is full of the authentic and unique sound that FGL has come to be famous for. This week they are playing a concert in New York City at Madison Square Garden. We have tickets for this Feb. 25 show available for a starting price of just $61. This will be their last show before taking a well-earned three-week-long break.
2/19/15 - In just a few short weeks, Florida Georgia Line has managed to have not only one of the most popular tours going on right now, but they have also just announced that their latest single from Anything Goes is currently the most played song on country music radio. Perhaps fans have a little bit of the winter blues and are ready for warmer temperatures, as the song is called “Sundaze” and talks about wearing flip flops and shades by the pool. You can see Tyler and Brian as they heat things up on stage in a city near you. They are currently doing a couple of shows in Ottawa and Kinston, Ontario. Tickets for the Feb. 20 show at the K-Rock Centre are available now for $69.
2/10/15 - Florida Georgia Line may be one of the newer country music acts, but they are certainly proving that they have the staying power to make it in the business for years to come. After only six shows, their tour, titled “Anything Goes,” is currently in the number-three spot on Billboard Hot charts. With nearly 40 more shows scheduled through October, it will be exciting to watch their careers grow even more. Next up in their schedule is a concert scheduled for Feb. 12 in Sioux City, IA. Following that, they will be in Lincoln, NE on Feb. 13 and Moline, IL on Valentine’s Day. This would be a great date with your best guy or gal or a fun night with friends. Tickets for the Feb. 14 show at the I Wireless Center cost just $80.
2/2/15 - The nominees for the 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards were announced this past weekend, and Florida Georgia Line is nominated for an impressive five trophies! They could walk away with the prizes for Entertainer of the Year, Vocal Duo of the Year, Single Record of the Year, and twice for Vocal Event of the Year. Fan voting helps determine who walks away as entertainer of the year, so if you are a FGL fan, be sure to vote for them. You can also purchase your tickets for their latest tour, which is happening now. They will be in Lincoln, Nebraska on Feb. 13 at the Pinnacle Bank Arena. If you are in need of tickets, Razorgator has them available for as little as $85.
1/28/15 - Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, the stars of Florida Georgia Line, were so pumped about the first shows in their “Anything Goes” tour that they decided to document it for their fans. FGL’s website recently released video footage of what it takes to get everything ready for one of their concerts. The video features the duo interacting with various staff, making suggestions about getting even closer to the audience, and even their pre-show routine, which includes some crazy dance moves. They exhibit the pure excitement that comes from performing music that they love for the fans that they love. You can check out one of their shows in a city near you through October. Ticket prices vary from city to city, but you can catch them for just $51 in Sioux City, IA on Feb. 12, 2015.
1/19/15 - The guys from Florida Georgia Line stopped by The Ellen Show this week. The duo performed their latest single, “Sun Daze,” an upbeat song which had the host, and her audience, dancing in the aisles. They wore flannel shirts and sunglasses, adding a rock and roll edge to their country personas. Following the performance, they spoke to Ellen about their upcoming tour that will start this spring. They also talked about FGL member Tyler Hubbard’s engagement. He joked, “some people thought it would never happen.” The duo will be bringing their talent and fun personalities to the stage on their tour, which ends in October. They will also appear with other country music favorites in Phoenix, AZ on CBS Radio’s “The Night Before” concert, which is on the eve of Super Bowl Sunday. You can snag your tickets for just $93.
1/14/15 - The Florida Georgia Line tour is just starting with their first couple shows in Ohio. The duo made up of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard will begin their tour on Jan. 15th and the first leg is scheduled to end at the end of April. However, they have not even done their first performance yet, and they are already extending the tour to last until mid October. With the new schedule already up, fans from the west coast are finally going to be able to catch them live. With their shows already selling out, this could be a great opportunity for anyone that missed out on Florida Georgia Line tickets. In the meantime, after they finish up their shows in Ohio, they will be travelling to Charlottesville, VA on Jan. 17th. Tickets are still available for $109.
1/7/15 - The dynamic duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley that make up the country band Florida Georgia Line has earned a distinguished honor this week. Forbes Magazine just awarded them the number one spot on the 30 Under 30 List of top musicians. The ranking is based on earnings, contributions to the music world, originality, and awards won. Florida Georgia Line deserves this recognition, as their second album ‘Anything Goes’ has seen tremendous success, and performances on their 2015 tour are already selling out. To make sure you get a chance to watch these two country superstars do what they were born to do, buy your seat as soon as possible. Florida Georgia Line will perform in Dayton, Ohio on Jan. 16, and tickets start at $70.
12/30/14 - The success story of Florida Georgia Line is a heartwarming one. From jamming together in college, to headlining their own tour across the country, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard have climbed to the top through talent and hard work. Their song “Cruise” brought them into the spotlight, and it looks like they will be staying there for a long time. The duo is fresh from performing at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve 2015 with Ryan Seacrest, where they sang in the freezing cold to welcome in the new year. They are excited about 2015 and all that it will bring. You can begin your new year on the right foot by seeing Florida Georgia Line starting on Jan. 15 in Toledo, Ohio. Tickets start at $103 for the Huntington Center show.
12/24/14 - Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, who call themselves Florida Georgia Line, received a great compliment this week from perhaps the greatest country music star in the world. Garth Brooks told Broadway’s Electric Barnyard, a Connecticut country radio station, that he is a huge fan of the band and that the guys are “sweet, sweet kids.” Hubbard and Kelley met in college through a mutual friend, and have been playing music together ever since. They released a couple of EPs before signing with Republic Nashville in 2012. They released their second studio album, Anything Goes in October 2014 and are preparing for their first arena tour that will begin in the middle of January 2015. Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased on Razorgator, with prices that start at under $100.
12/16/14 - Florida Georgia Line picked up a trio of awards Monday night at the inaugural American Country Countdown Awards. They were named the Group/Duo of the Year. Their song “This Is How We Roll” won twice, once for Collaboration of the Year and once for Digital Song of the Year. The hit song features country favorite Luke Bryan. The American duo, made up of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, embarks on their first worldwide tour in January. Kelley told Radio.com this week that fans can expect “bigger venues, more people, more lights, more smoke. More pyro. Maybe some lasers.” He added, “Our shows are all about moments that you’re never going to forget. “ The tour kicks off with two shows in Ohio, with tickets available for $75.
12/10/14 - Florida Georgia Line duo, consisting of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, are well known for their collaborations with other talented artist, namely their remix of "Cruise" with rapper Nelly that quickly became a smash hit and topped the charts. The duo recently announced another cutting-edge collaboration with the punk band Good Charlotte's Nashville brothers, Benji and Joel Madden. The pair will be writing and recording with the Madden brothers in Nashville at the Treehouse studio. It will be interesting to hear what the group comes up with when pairing the country roots with the Madden brother's pop-punk style. Kelley and Hubbard may also even team up later with Steven Tyler, the front man with Aerosmith. Currently, the pair are on the road for their headlining tour and are set to perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 15, at the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio. Tickets start at just $94.
3/19/14 - Hey Florida Georgia Line fans, we've got some big news! It looks like Nelly's collaboration on "Cruise" was such a home-run hit, that Tyler and Brian will be teaming up with the rapper to take on ballparks across the country, on the "This is How We Roll Tour"! Florida Georgia Line is already scheduled for the "Burn it Down Tour" with Jason Aldean and Tyler Farr, but the seven extra ballpark dates are all we needed to complete the summer! From May 30 to June 22, the duo will "Cruise" through Springdale, Charleston, Fort Wayne and more. Don't miss out on your chance to score Florida Georgia Line tickets with Nelly!
Florida Georgia Line 2013 Here's to the Good Times Tour
11/12/13 - FGL recently won two CMA awards, Vocal Duo of the Year and Single of the Year for breakthrough hit “Cruise”. Country music fans got to hear the guys twice that night, opening the show with Luke Bryan singing “Cruise” and then later performing “Round Here” from their platinum album. Following the awards show, Tyler and Brian picked back up on their Here’s to the Good Times Tour with Colt Ford and Tyler Farr. Expect a deluxe version of Florida Georgia Line’s debut album November 25 with six new tunes not on the original.
7/19/13 - In their first headlining tour, Florida Georgia Line will “Cruise” the U.S. on their Here's to the Good Times Tour in support of the duos debut album. The 23-City tour begins in Brookings, SD and finishes in Kent, WA running from October 3 to December 14. FGL is expected to still perform at Luke Bryan’s Dirt Road Diaries tour in Little Rock, Nashville, Tampa, and West Palm Beach. This is good news for Brian Kelley’s home state of Florida; residents of the Southern state can catch the Country singers on the road despite the fact that both Kelley and Tyler Hubbard will not visit their hometowns of Florida and Georgia during their headlining tour.
Touring with CMA’s New Artists of the Year are Colt Ford on all Florida Georgia Line tour dates with Tyler Farr (Oct. 19-Nov. 9 & Nov. 21-23) and Dallas Smith (Oct. 3-16, Nov. 15-17 & Nov. 29-Dec. 14) occasionally. Florida Georgia Line tickets are averaging $82, $52 less than the average Luke Bryan tickets and $120 less than the average Taylor Swift tickets. FGL opened on both tours this year. The most expensive stop on the Here’s to the Good Times tour is Lexington (avg. $103) where Florida Georgia Line Kentucky tickets have already sold out.