Florida Georgia Line Opening FGL House In Downtown Nashville

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Florida Georgia Line are the latest artists to jump into the hospitality business with the announcement of their new venture, a bar and restaurant in the SoBro district called FGL House.

The four-story attraction on Third Ave. South will feature live music every day of the week and serve up Southern style food with a California flair and plenty of cocktails, including craft beers and specialty drinks featuring the duo’s own Old Camp Whiskey.

“What excites Tyler and I the most is always staying creative. We love seeing what fresh things we can come up with to take our music to a new level and turn our dreams into reality,” shares FGL’s Brian Kelley.

“We want FGL House to be just as welcoming, fun and entertaining for our guests as if they were coming out to one of our shows – nothing but good food, good drinks and good times!,” adds FGL’s Tyler Hubbard. “We can’t wait for opening day to get here!”

Opening in early summer 2017 in partnership with LRC Group, the new venue also boasts the largest rooftop lounge area Nashville has to offer, dedicated to an all-day and all-night party with stunning views of the Music City skyline. Visitors can also enjoy a basement-level lounge complete with its own baby grand piano, cocktail menu inspired by ‘90s pop culture, and specialty martinis. Dee Jay Silver will also spin custom country mixes during Country Club Tuesdays at the new hotspot. 

The duo will be busy this summer as well on their soon-to-launch Smooth Tour 2017, featuring Nelly, Chris Lane, and select dates with the Backstreet Boys. Kicking off June 2 in Austin, Texas, the tour will also feature Morgan Wallen and Russell Dickerson, who have just been added to the bill on select dates.

 

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