Florida Georgia Line Announce Limited Las Vegas Residency
By James Dinh
April 4, 2019
Florida Georgia Line is heading back for another round of Sin City festivities.
On Thursday (April 4), Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley announced that they're returning to Las Vegas' Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino for a limited residency on November 6, 8, 9 and 12 following the massive success of their shows last December. The set is expected to differ from their previous Vegas spectacle and feature cuts from their latest studio album, Can't Say I Ain't Country. Tickets to the affair go on sale on April 12 at 10 AM PT.
"I know we're going to be switching the set up quite a bit and playing quite a few of the new songs off the new album, flip-flopping songs around," Hubbard said in an interview with PEOPLE. We just want to give the fans what they want — playing hits, but also adding elements of new stuff and some new production, as well. We want to make sure the show is a unique experience in and of itself, but also still incorporate a lot of the hits that everybody comes to hear."
Before their big residency return, FGL will hit the 2019 ACMs, where the duo is nominated for four awards. "It's amazing. We’re always honored and humbled to be nominated for these awards. The ACMs are one of the best and biggest of the year. You know, it never gets old," he admitted. "Going to Vegas, seeing all of our friends and knowing that we’re going to have a performance — that’s kind of where our focus is. We try not to focus too much on the actual awards, but really stuff that we can control like the performances and our overall week in Vegas. We’re going to go there and get warmed up for the residency by going to the ACM Awards!"
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