Florida Georgia Line Announces ‘Smooth Tour’ with Nelly and Chris Lane

Florida Georgia Line is hitting the road in 2017 with their ‘Smooth Tour’.

Florida Georgia Line, is a country music duo consisting of one member from Florida and the other from Georgia. Brian Kelley (Florida) and Tyler Hubbard (Georgia) signed to Republic Nashville and rose to fame quickly in the industry. Their hit single “Cruise” had a lot to do with that success. The single went on to sell 7 million copies and even received its own remix with rap artist Nelly. “Cruise” won CMT Music Award for Breakthrough Video of the Year and Duo Video of the Year.

To date, Florida Georgia Line has released three albums. Each one of them has earmed multiple awards and top selling platforms for the country music dup. Here’s to the Good Times was released in 2012 and the album went double platinum due to the success of “Cruise”. FGL won an Academy of Country Music Award for New Artist of the Year in 2013. In 2014, Anything Goes was released and went certified gold. Florida Georgia Line’s third album, “Dig Your Roots” was released in 2016 and should garnish some of country music’s highest awards.

Nelly and Chris Lane will open all shows.

2017 Florida Georgia Line Tour Dates

June 2 – Austin, Texas, Austin360 Amphitheater
June 3 – Dallas, Texas, Starplex Pavilion
June 15 – Wantagh, N.Y., Northwell Health At Jones Beach Theater
June 16 – Darien Center, N.Y., Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
June 17 – Camden, N.J., BB&T Pavilion
June 24 – Noblesville, Ind., Klipsch Music Center
June 25 – Maryland Heights, Mo., Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
July 21 – Raleigh, N.C., Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
July 22 – Hershey, Pa., Hersheypark Stadium
July 23 – Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Saratoga Performing Arts Center
July 27 – Tulsa, Okla., BOK Center
Aug. 3 – Charlotte, N.C., PNC Music Pavilion
Aug. 4 – Virginia Beach, Va., Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater At Virginia Beach
Aug. 5 – Bristow, Va., Jiffy Lube Live
Aug. 10 – Bethel, N.Y., Bethel Woods Center For The Arts
Aug. 11 – Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Blossom Music Center
Aug. 17 – Holmdel, N.J., PNC Bank Arts Center
Aug. 18 – Hartford, Conn., Xfinity Theatre
Aug. 19 – Burgettstown, Pa., KeyBank Pavilion
Sep. 7 – Anaheim, Calif., Honda Center
Sep. 8 – San Bernardino, Calif., Glen Helen Amphitheater
Sep. 9 – Chula Vista, Calif., Sleep Train Amphitheatre
Sep. 10 – Phoenix, Ariz., Ak-Chin Pavilion
Sep. 14 – Wheatland, Calif., Toyota Amphitheatre
Sep. 15 – Concord, Calif., Concord Pavilion
Sep. 16 – Mountain View, Calif., Shoreline Amphitheatre
Sep. 21 – Kennewick, Wash., Toyota Center – Tri Cities
Sep. 22 – Missoula, Mont., Adams Event Center
Sep. 23 – Bozeman, Mont., Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
Sep. 29 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Usana Amphitheatre
Sep. 30 – Denver, Colo., Pepsi Center
Oct. 1 – Albuquerque, N.M., Isleta Amphitheater
Oct. 6 – Auburn, Wash., White River Amphitheatre
Oct. 7 – Ridgefield, Wash., light Supply Amphitheater
Oct. 12 – Jacksonville, Fla., Jacksonville Veterans Mem. Arena
Oct. 13 – Tampa, Fla., MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
Oct. 14 – West Palm Beach, Fla., Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre
Oct. 19 – Pelham, Ala., Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
Oct. 20 – Alpharetta, Ga., Verizon Amphitheatre – Alpharetta
Oct. 21 – Alpharetta, Ga., Verizon Amphitheatre – Alpharetta


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