Florida Georgia Line have announced 36 dates for their summer 2019 tour. The Grammy-nominated superstar duo will be touring Australia and the US in support of their next album Can’t Say I Ain’t Country, which is slated for release February 15, 2019.
The tour kicks off in Rogers, AR on June 13 with two more June dates in Dallas, TX and Southhaven, MS. Spending most of their July dates in the northeast US, the group has two stops scheduled for New Jersey, plus one stop each in smaller venues in Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut and New York. The last week of July, FGL will be in Virginia Beach, followed by stops in Raleigh, NC and Charlotte, NC respectively. From the beginning of August through much of September, the band will tour 16 different venues in 14 states throughout the mid-Atlantic, mid-west, west and south. The tour spends the final week with five stops in California, including San Bernadino, winding up in Irvine on September 28.
Other artists touring with FGL include hit-makers and fan favorites like Dan and Shay, Morgan Wallen, Canaan Smith and upcoming star Hardy. Guest artists are on selected dates only, so be sure to check show schedules if you want extra entertainment.
Besides lining up hard-hitting talent for their upcoming tour, Florida Georgia Line has been busy with planning the much-anticipated FGL Fest inside the Brickyard at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway September 7. The guest-list boasts country and rap stars the caliber of Dan and Shay, Nelly and Mitchell Tenpenny, to name a few.
If you’re a member of FGL Lifers, Citi Card, or subscribe to IMS Wing & Wheel newsletter, you might have early access to ticket purchases for FGL Fest around the middle of January. General access tickets go on sale January 18 at $35.00 with premium seats selling at $165.00. If you can’t make Indianapolis but still want to enjoy FGL outdoors, they’ll also have a stop at the Carolina Country Music Festival in June. Tickets to the CCMF are already on sale and include four levels of VIP passes, with a backstage tour and meet and greet with one of the on-stage acts reserved for the “ultimate experience” buyer. General admission prices for a three-day pass to the music festival cost $179.00 per person with “ultimate experience” packages going for $2,229 for a four-day pass. Two other VIP packages, with varying levels of benefits, are on-sale for $399.00 and $1, 299.00.
For those who want to enjoy a talent-packed show in an indoor venue, tickets for the “Can’t Say I Ain’t Country” tour are already available at a wide-range of prices, depending on venues and seating preferences. For most venues, general admission prices start around $60.00 and climb to around $1,200.00 for preferred floor seats. Tickets are available via CountryTourNow.
UPDATE: A string of new 2020 dates has been announced with Kenny Chesne and Old Dominion.