Florida Georgia Line announces residency dates in Las Vegas. Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley's series of shows will kick off on Dec. 1.
Unlike other artists, Florida Georgia Line's Las Vegas residency will only take place for five nights only. The duo's other show dates are slated for Dec. 5, 7, 8, and 11. Hubbard and Kelley will perform at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
Tyler Hubbard, Brian Kelley's Statement
Following the duo's announcement, Hubbard and Kelley released a statement expressing their excitement over their upcoming musical venture.
"From writing back on the tailgates, to selling out our first stadium tour last summer, and now bringing good music and good vibes to the Strip, BK and I just feel so blessed! It's Vegas, baby! We can't believe it," said Hubbard.
Kelley also gushed over the fact that he and his partner are slowly making their dreams come true. He also said that last year, he managed to direct his first video, and this year, he will perform in the Sin City.
The setlist for Florida Georgia Line's December shows is still kept under wraps. However, speculations suggest that two musicians will perform their hit song "Meant to Be."
The track was recorded with Bebe Rexha. Other possible songs include "Cruise" and "Get Your Shine On."
Mason Ramsey To Headline For Florida Georgia Line
Mason Ramsey a.k.a. the Yodeling Kid will also open for Florida Georgia Line on all of their five show dates. The 11-year-old rose to fame after a video of him performing a cover of Hank Williams Sr.'s "Lovesick Blues" at Walmart went viral.
Since then, Ramsey has appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. He has also released a song called "Famous." The track rose to the top of the country music charts.
Florida Georgia Line's Music Success
Florida Georgia Line is an American country duo from Nashville, Tennessee. Since its inception, the duo has already been dubbed as one of the most successful country music acts in the United States.
In 2012, Hubbard and Kelley released their debut single "Cruise." The track broke two records: it was downloaded over 7 million times, and it was also named as the best-selling digital country song of all time.
Florida Georgia Line's other songs are "H.O.L.Y.," "This Is How We Roll," "Smooth," "Round Here," "May We All," "God, Your Mama and Me," "Sun Daze," "Dirt," "Sippin' On Fire," "Stay," "Grow Old," "Lifer," "Good Girl, Bad Boy," "Confession," "Dayum, Baby," "Music Is Healing," and more.