Florida Georgia Line Tickets
About Florida Georgia Line
Florida Georgia Line's rise to stardom has been nothing short of meteoric. The country music duo is composed of Brian Kelley, a Florida native, and Tyler Hubbard, a Georgian, accommodating for the band's name. Their musical compositions are also a fusion — this time, of country, rock, hip-hop and pop.
Florida Georgia Line's style has sometimes been referred to as bro-country. The pair met in 2008 at Belmont University and led a youth church worship group in Nashville. Soon, they were making their own music and performing in small clubs and on the road. After graduating in 2010, they formed as Florida Georgia Line, and in December of that same year, they self-released their EP "Anything Like Me."
Producer Joey Moi caught Brian and Tyler's act at a county fair, and soon the trio was working on "It'z Just What We Do." Among the songs on this second EP, one was "Cruise," Florida Georgia Line's breakout smash hit. Florida Georgia Line's single reached No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs Chart in late 2012. Their single remained there for six months. Rapper Nelly did a remix for "Cruise" that turned the song into a major pop hit. Both the original and the remix of "Cruise" won awards, and the song went on to become the biggest digital country single of all time, with sales of over 10 million units.
Florida Georgia Line's first studio album, "Here's to the Good Times," included new material and all of the second EP's songs. It met with enormous success; the next step was to set some concert dates. During the 2013-2014 Florida Georgia Line tour, Florida Georgia Line concert tickets became a hot commodity. They've since won major music honors, including several Vocal Duo of the Year Awards, and have put out two more albums, 2014's "Anything Goes" and 2016's "Dig Your Roots." Both releases have occurred in tandem with stadium-packing Florida Georgia Line concerts.
Purchase cheap Florida Georgia Line tickets with us to see the duo perform in cities like New York, Toronto, Erie and Syracuse.
Did you know these facts about Florida Georgia Line?
- Brian Kelley originally dreamed of a career in professional baseball and played for the Florida State Seminoles before transferring to Belmont University.
- Longtime Florida Georgia Line producer Joey Moi is also Nickelback's producer.
- A car dealer in Georgia gave Tyler and Brian a couple of new Chevy Silverados in appreciation for their mentioning new Chevys in a song lyric.
Current Florida Georgia Line Tour Schedule
Since the last Florida Georgia Line tour ended in 2015, "When is the Florida Georgia Line concert coming to a city near me?" has become a common refrain among loyal fans. The twosome's Dig Your Roots Tour started in May 2016 and has been going strong since then. Audiences will have plenty of opportunities to buy Florida Georgia Line tickets before their tour finishes in November.