Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard says he and Brian Kelley are "super pumped" about their upcoming tour. The country duo has announced dates tor their "Anything Goes" run, which they'll launch in January.
It's their first major headlining trek, and Hubbard tells People they've been "planning this moment since day one." He adds that he and Brian now know a lot more than when they started. The singer explains that opening for such stars as Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, and Taylor Swift taught them a lot, and they're having fun taking what they've learned and putting their own spin on it.
Tyler also believes it's "going to be awesome," and predicts Florida Georgia Line will be staging "the biggest party of the year next year."
Florida Georgia Line has announced 21 dates so far, with more stops expected to be added. The tour, which shares the name with their upcoming album, "Anything Goes," will begin in Toledo, Ohio on January 15th. Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard are on board as the openers.
Florida Georgia Line's sophomore CD, which features the hit single "Dirt," will arrive on October 14th.
Florida Georgia Line's "Anything Goes" Tour Dates
January 15 - Toledo, Ohio, at the Huntington Center
January 16 - Dayton, Ohio, at the Ervin J. Nutter Center
January 17 - Charlottesville, Virginia, at the John Paul Jones Arena
January 22 - Biloxi, Mississippi, at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum
January 23 - Lafayette, Louisiana, at the Cajundome
January 24 - Little Rock, Arkansas, at the Verizon Arena
February 12 - Sioux City, Iowa, at the Tyson Center
February 13 - Lincoln, Nebraska, at the Pinnacle Bank Arena
February 14 - Moline, Illinois, at the iWireless Center
February 18 - Manchester, New Hampshire, at the Verizon Wireless Arena
February 19 - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, at the Canadian Tire Centre
February 20 - Kingston, Ontario, Canada, at the Rogers K-Rock Centre
February 21 - Uncasville, Connecticut, at the Mohegan Sun Arena
February 25 - New York City, at Madison Square Garden
March 21 - Orange Beach, Alabama, at The Wharf
April 30 - Columbia, South Carolina, at the Colonial Life Arena
May 1 - Charleston, West Virginia, at the Charleston Civic Center Coliseum
May 2 - Hershey, Pennsylvania, at Hersheypark Stadium/Giant Stadium
May 3 - Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, at the Mohegan Sun Arena
May 7 - Providence, Rhode Island, at the Dunkin Donuts Center
May 8 - Atlantic City, New Jersey, at the Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
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