Country Duo Florida Georgia Line Announces ‘Dig Your Roots’ Tour

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Florida Georgia Line is preparing to get out on the road again on their recently announced upcoming tour, Dig Your Roots Tour. They are bringing a few friends with them, including well-known names like Cole Swindell, The Cadillac Three, and Kane Brown.The tour will kick off in March and continue well into the Fall, with specific dates soon to be released. Tickets to see Florida Georgia Line will be available to purchase starting on January 29.

The secondary market is already overwhelmed with tickets, and as it stands now, the average price for a spot on the Dig Your Roots Tour is $150.03. The cities along their tour route include, Chicago, Denver, Sacramento, and Philadelphia and many, many more. The tour will also stop at arenas such as the PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte, North Carolina and affordable prices for hotels in Charlotte on Hipmunk.com, with rates as low as $124. The best flights can be found there as well for North Carolina, and many other locations the duo will be performing.

Florida Georgia Line has been making waves in country music since the release of their first single “Cruise” back in 2012. Since then the duo, made up of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, have won countless ACM and CMA Awards, made their headlining debut at Madison Square Garden back in February and seem to never stop touring or performing for fans across the world. Not to mention, releasing consistent No. 1 hits to radio.

Along with songs such as “Sippin’ On Fire, “Dirt”, and their current single “Confessions,” from the album Anything Goes, fans can expect to hear new music off the duo’s upcoming record as well. Kelley and Hubbard have a lot of experience being out on the road and are anxious to learn more about themselves and their fans on a personal level during the Dig Your Roots Tour.

The boys have spent the majority of their 2015 out on the road, and they will not be slowing down just yet. This upcoming tour has an extensive schedule that will keep Florida Georgia Line busy throughout the summer.

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