Florida Georgia Line Sells Out Madison Square Garden

Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard (L) and Brian Kelley (R). Photo: Jim Wright

Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard (L) and Brian Kelley (R). Photo: Jim Wright

Republic Nashville’s Florida Georgia Line took their Anything Goes Tour stop to Madison Square Garden on Wednesday (Feb. 25). The sold out show of 13,000 plus people was the duo’s first visit to the venue. The event included opening acts Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard.

The show included hits from their two-time platinum debut album Here’s To The Good Times, cuts from their gold, chart-topping sophomore album Anything Goes and closed out the night with an explosive performance of their eight-time platinum song “Cruise.”

FGL is in Europe for the first time with four upcoming shows on the C2C Country to Country festival tour and will continue the Anything Goes Tour 2015 on March 21 in Orange Beach, Ala.



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