FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE Light the Fuse on 2017 DIG YOUR ROOTS TOUR
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE reignited their DIG YOUR ROOTS TOUR on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night (1/27, 1/28 and 1/29), thrilling Tallahassee, Orlando and Miami, Florida, fans in a sold-out homecoming weekend for the duo’s Brian Kelley.
Drawing 40,000 plus people over three nights, Kelley and Georgia native Tyler Hubbard picked up right where they left off in 2016, which found them breaking attendance records and playing to over one million fans for the second year in a row.
Delivering a high-octane level of performance that is unmatched in the world of country music, FGL showed exactly why they’ve been called “one of the hottest country acts alive” by MusicRow Magazine.
An expanded celebration of FGL’s chart-topping third studio album, DIG YOUR ROOTS, the 2017 DIG YOUR ROOTS TOUR features Dustin Lynch and Chris Lane as supporting artists, as well as Seth Ennis, Ryan Follese and Morgan Wallen on select dates. Next weekend the tour will head for the country’s heartland with shows in Illinois, Missouri and Oklahoma, and continue on with dates scheduled through May.
The history-making duo dominated the charts in 2016 with their 2X PLATINUM #1 smash-hit “H.O.L.Y.” – which sat on top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for an astonishing 18 weeks. Their hopeful GOLD-certified anthem, “May We All” (featuring Tim McGraw) marks their 12th No. 1 overall, while their newly released knockout “God, Your Mama, And Me” (featuring Backstreet Boys) is climbing the charts.
Since introducing their breakout vibes in 2012, FGL has earned prestigious honors from the AMA, ACM Awards, CMA Awards, Billboard Music Awards and CMT. Their previous BMLG Records releases – 2X PLATINUM debut HERE’S TO THE GOOD TIMES and PLATINUM ANYTHING GOES – have attributed to sales surpassing 26 million tracks and more than 3.5 million albums worldwide. With their massive debut, FGL’s “Cruise” is the only country single to ever be certified DIAMOND for sales exceeding 10 million copies and overtook the record for longest #1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.