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Florida Georgia Line Announce 2015 Headlining Tour Dates

Country duo hijack Al Roker’s ‘Today’ forecast to announce upcoming trek

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Florida Georgia Line and Al Roker on NBC's 'Today' show

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Al Roker couldn’t get to his signature “here’s what’s happening in your neck of the woods” line on NBC’s Today show this morning before he was interrupted with a forecast for 24 North American cities next year. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard of country duo Florida Georgia Line made a surprise appearance on the show, interrupting the weather segment to announce their 2015 Anything Goes Tour.

This is the second headlining trek for the guys in as many years — quite a feat in that they released their debut album less than two years ago. Also featuring Frankie Ballard and Thomas Rhett, the new tour kicks off January 14th in Toledo, Ohio, hitting 24 towns before wrapping its first leg May 8th in Atlantic City, New Jersey. (See a full list of cities and dates below.)

“‘Anything Goes’ is a mindset for us, setting the tone for everything we do,” says Kelley. “We believe in making memories at all costs. We can’t wait to bring the party to our fans at our live shows.”

“Being out on the road with Jake Owen, Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean, we’ve learned from the best,” Hubbard adds of their additional gigs as supporting acts over the past two years. “We took note of the things we loved and then put the FGL stamp all over.”

The duo’s new album, also titled Anything Goes, will be released October 14th. “We feel like we have a record that really represents who we are and how we’ve grown,” Kelley tells Rolling Stone Country. “If you listen to it from song one to 12, it’s a journey.”

Florida Georgia Line’s Anything Goes Tour 2015 Dates:

January 15 — Toledo, Ohio
January 16 — Dayton, Ohio
January 17 — Charlottesville, Virginia
January 22  — Biloxi, Mississippi
January 23 — Lafayette, Louisiana
January 24 — Little Rock, Arkansas
February 12 — Sioux City, Iowa
February 13 — Lincoln, Nebraska
February 14 — Moline, Illinois
February 18 — Manchester, New Hampshire
February 19 — Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
February 20 — Kingston, Ontario, Canada
February 21 — Uncasville, Connecticut
February 25 — New York, New York
March 21 — Orange Beach, Alabama
April 30 — Columbia, South Carolina
May 1 — Charleston, West Virginia
May 2 — Hershey, Pennsylvania
May 3 — Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
May 7  — Providence, Rhode Island
May 8 — Atlantic City, New Jersey

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