Florida Georgia Line Tickets Sell Out In 17 Minutes

CARROLLTON, Ga. - Tickets for the Oct. 23 Florida Georgia Line concert at the University of West Georgia went on sale to the general public today, Aug. 16, at 10:00 a.m. Within 17 minutes, all tickets were sold.

Florida Georgia Line's quadruple platinum debut single “Cruise” dominated Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Chart at No. 1 for 19 straight weeks. The record–breaking duo, comprised of Tyler Hubbard, from Monroe, Ga., and Brian Kelley, from Ormond Beach, Fla., is the first in 21 years to top the Country airplay charts with their first two singles, according to Billboard.

The concert, part of the HERE’S TO THE GOOD TIMES TOUR 2013, also features Colt Ford and Tyler Farr. Currently, a limited number of VIP packages are still available. The package includes a photo opportunity with Florida Georgia Line, reserved floor seating, a Florida Georgia Line pre-show acoustic performance, and more. More details are available at the coliseum website.



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