Florida Georgia Line hosted their own music festival at Indiana’s Indianapolis Motor Speedway over the weekend (Sept. 7-8), and performed for a packed house of over 25,000 eager fans Saturday night. They were joined by a full slate of friends for the festival inside Oval 4 of the historic track, including Blanco Brown, Nelly, Dan + Shay, Canaan Smith, Payton Smith and Mitchell Tenpenny.
The duo then joined Big Machine President/CEO Scott Borchetta on Sunday (Sept. 8) for the Big Machine Vodka 400 at The Brickyard Powered by Florida Georgia Line. They served as Grand Marshals calling drivers to their cars before Borchetta gave the call for drivers to “start their engines!” Joining them at the historic track were label mates Danielle Bradbery, who performed the national anthem, and newcomer Callista Clark, who performed “God Bless America.”
Excitement is already building for next year as the racing event and namesake concert move to Fourth of July weekend in 2020.
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