(UPDATE 4/27/15) Country pop duo Florida Georgia Line will rev up the next portion of their Everything Goes Tour this week. They’ll kick things off at the Colonial Life Arena in South Carolina on Thursday and will wind around North America through the middle of October, ultimately wrapping at Aarons Amphitheatre in Atlanta on October 17.
For fans searching the secondary market for tickets, the average secondary price for Florida Georgia Line tickets on TicketIQ is $147.08. The five-month stretch will play its most expensive date on September 10 at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey. That show currently owns a secondary average of $306.50 and the get-in price starts at $54.
The band’s cheapest show will be played on September 26 at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Missouri. Tickets for that show average at $59.75, 59.3% below tour average, and start at $36. Four other show also average below $100 on the secondary market, including stops at the Charleston Civic Center, Colonial Life Arena, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
(10/9/2014) In the same week that their second album, Anything Goes, hits the shelves, one of country music’s biggest duos have now announced they will be taking it on the road with the release of Florida Georgia Line tickets for 24 North American shows.
Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, who interrupted Al Roker’s weather report on NBC’s Today show to reveal the news, have promised fans more lights, smoke, lasers and pyrotechnics for their first major headlining tour, which kicks off at Toledo, Ohio on January 15, 2015.
The four-time CMT Music Award winners will also take in shows at the likes of Louisiana, Nebraska, Connecticut, Alabama and Pennsylvania, as well as Canadian dates in Ottawa and Kingston, before wrapping up at Atlantic City on May 8, with New York’s Madison Square Garden on February 25 the only confirmed venue so far.
Alongside opening sets from Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard, those with Florida Georgia Line tickets should look forward to hearing all the highlights from the band’s new album, including recent singles “Dirt” and “Sun Daze,” and the string of US country number ones from their 2012 debut, Here’s To The Good Times (“Cruise,” “Stay,” “This Is How We Roll”).
The party-loving pair, who have previously toured with the likes of Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan and Jake Owen, are currently supporting Jason Aldean on his Burn It Down trek, which is now entering its final stage. There are still plenty of Jason Aldean tickets waiting to be snapped up TicketIQ for the remaining nine shows with the October 23 gig at Spring’s The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion the lowest get-in price at $22.
Fans can also get their hands on Florida Georgia Line tickets for two festival performances scheduled for next year. The pair will first join Brad Paisley as headliners at the Blue Ridge Music Festival at the Salem Football Stadium on May 31 (get-in price $181), before taking to the stage at the Nebraskaland Days Festival at North Platte’s Wild West Arena on June 27 ($120).
Jan. 16: Dayton, Ohio
Jan. 17: Charlottesville, Virginia
Jan. 22: Biloxi, Mississippi
Jan. 23: Lafayette, Louisiana
Jan. 24: Little Rock, Arkansas
Feb. 12: Sioux City, Iowa
Feb. 13: Lincoln, Nebraska
Feb. 14: Moline, Illinois
Feb. 18: Manchester, New Hampshire
Feb. 19: Ottawa, Ontario
Feb. 20: Kingston, Ontario
Feb. 21: Uncasville, Connecticut
Feb. 25: New York City
March 21: Orange Beach, Alabama
April 30: Columbia, South Carolina
May 1: Charleston, West Virginia
May 2: Hershey, Pennsylvania
May 3: Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
May 7: Providence, Rhode Island
May 8: Atlantic City, New Jersey