Florida Georgia Line Taking Live Show to Las Vegas for Limited Residency
Florida Georgia Line are headed to Las Vegas for a five-night residency. The country duo have announced a limited run of shows called Florida Georgia Line Live From Las Vegas, kicking off Dec. 1 at Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
The duo's stint in Sin City will run on Dec. 1, 5, 7, 8, and 11, 2018. Eleven-year-old singing sensation Mason Ramsey, known as Walmart Boy, will serve as opener on all five dates. He came to popularity after several videos of him yodeling and singing Hank Williams covers in his local Walmart went viral. Ramsey recently released his first single, "Famous," to country radio.
FGL are pumped for their first-ever residency and say they feel "blessed."
"From writing on the back of tailgates, to selling out our first stadium tour last summer, and now bringing good music and good vibes to the Strip, BK and I just feel so blessed," the duo's Tyler Hubbard tells E! Online. "It’s Vegas, baby! We can’t believe it!"
"We keep reaching our wildest dreams! Last year I got to direct my first video ["Smooth"] here and the city’s energy is just out of this world. We’re all in for this one!" Brian Kelley adds.
Tickets for Florida Georgia Line's 2018 Vegas residency will go on sale June 9 at 10AM PT. Ticket prices begin at $49 and can be purchased online at ticketmaster.com or in-person at the Planet Hollywood box office.
The duo have watched countless dreams come true, thanks to their crossover success. FGL recently reached one billion global streams with their song "Meant to Be," which is a collaboration with pop's Bebe Rexha. "Meant to Be" has been streamed over 19.6 million times in the U.S. alone, according to Billboard.
These Are Florida Georgia Line's Most Memorable Moments!