Country music’s hottest duo, Florida Georgia Line (FGL), has announced their forthcoming I Love My Country Tour which will start on September 24th in Atlanta and end on November 20th in Seattle. The tour is set to feature 29 shows with FGL headliners Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley joined by opening acts Russell Dickerson, Lauren Alaina, and Redferrin.
The tour is a celebration of all things country music and will include some of your favorite artists. They’ve also stated that they’ll be giving back to the communities they visit on their tour by donating $1 from each ticket sold to local charities.
The band has been teasing their upcoming album for a while now with photos of themselves on social media working on new material – so the news that they’ll be touring again early next year should come as no surprise.
That look of when it’s time to get back on the road… Tickets are on sale NOW for the #ILoveMyCountryTour2021 with @russelled, @Lauren_Alaina and @redferrin! Can’t wait to party with y’all this Fall 🤘🏼 @TMobile @oldcampwhiskey @TreeVibezMusic https://t.co/qztVm231Zo pic.twitter.com/I0b0pUuCwd— Florida Georgia Line (@FLAGALine) June 4, 2021
If you’re not able to make it out to any of these shows this time around, don’t worry! They’ll be back soon enough and there’s always plenty more country music coming through your radio waves and youtube.
Florida Georgia Line ‘I Love My Country Tour’ dates and schedule 2021
Florida Georgia Line is coming to a town near you! The country duo will be embarking on their ‘I Love My Country Tour’ in 2021. Dates for the tour have been announced and are available below. Be sure to get your tickets soon, as they’re selling out fast.
How much are Florida Georgia Line ‘I Love My Country Tour’ tickets?
The Florida Georgia Line ‘I Love My Country Tour’ features the superstars of country music Tickets start at $40 plus, with an average price of $80.
This is a one-night event for country music lovers only. Join them on May 16th at the Pepsi Center to celebrate their “high-octane” mix of songcraft and star-quality live performance. Highlights include their newest releases, feel-good classics, and high-energy surprises from both East Tennessee and West Texas.
Tickets may be purchased online through Front Gate Tickets through Ticketmaster
How long is the Florida Georgia Line concert?
The show lasted about two hours. The entire experience of being at a Florida Georgia Line concert is something. Everyone in the audience and on stage wear their support pride like a badge. Some people get so into it that they come dressed in American flags, cowboy hats, dress up as Charlie Daniels, and you could hear Atlanta scream before one of them starts speaking to the crowd about their own story when they lost everything except love and family.
How can I meet the Florida Georgia Line?
The best way to meet Florida Georgia Line is through a meet and greet package. Meet and greets are usually available in various locations along their tour route, but not all of them offer the option of a backstage meet and greet with a photo opportunity.
Details will vary by show, so you’ll need to ensure you read the event information on Ticketmaster if that’s what you’re looking for! They may also be available as part of VIP ticket packages or packages specific to certain shows. If this doesn’t work out then don’t worry- tickets purchased directly from Ticketmaster can still include admission to the general admission areas at some venues where concerts are taking place.
Who is on tour with Florida Georgia Line?
John Davisson, David Purse, Russell Dickerson. Full list below.
- John Ambravo (guitar)
- Aaron Benson (bass guitar)
- Zach Brownlee (keyboards and accordion)
- Brad Breeckman (drums)
- Michael del Castillo Jr. (guitar and mandolin)
- Tim Dittmar (lead vocals)
- Gus Fontaine III or IV?
- George Fort(songwriter)
- Bekah Gaines-Cardenas a.k.a Nevaeh Le’Grande
- Angela Jane Kourim
- Witney Lanier
- Lacy Liljeblad
- Emily Madison-Susruta or Mrs Ingalls of Walnut Grove Home