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Florida Georgia Line in Concert
Billboard's first-ever Trailblazer Award recipients have cultivated an ever-expanding empire of innovative artistry and entrepreneurial endeavors. Turning up the heat throughout their colossal career, FGL will release their anticipated fourth studio album CAN'T SAY I AIN'T COUNTRY on February 15 via BMLG Records, as their new single "Talk You Out of It" burns up the charts following PLATINUM chart-topper "Simple" (16th #1 overall as artists). Shadowing the applauded headline treks and FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS residency, the dynamic pair launch their CAN'T SAY I AIN'T COUNTRY TOUR this summer with support from Dan + Shay and Morgan Wallen, plus special guests HARDY and Canaan Smith on select dates. Exceeding 7.8 billion streams, 32.1 million tracks, and more than 4.4 million albums sold worldwide, the history-making duo became the first Country act to achieve RIAA's DIAMOND certification (10 million copies sold) for their 11X-PLATINUM breakout "Cruise," which is the best-selling digital Country single of all time (SoundScan). Since 2012, FGL has earned prestigious honors from the AMAs, ACM Awards, CMA Awards, Billboard Music Awards, and CMT Music Awards, plus left their mark on several chart-crushing songs as writers. FGL's collaborations have also amplified their appeal, as most recently, the 4X PLATINUM, #1 "Meant to Be" with Bebe Rexha scored a Best Country Duo/Group Performance nomination at the 61st GRAMMY Awards (February 10 on CBS) and led the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for 50 straight weeks – the longest reign overall. The bona fide visionaries have launched their own Old Camp Peach Pecan Whiskey, as well as thriving businesses: FGL HOUSE, meet + greet, Tree Vibez Music, and Tribe Kelley.
So sad florida Georgia line broke up before I could ever go to a concert with them in it. The ampitheater experience was so wonderful, but not as great as the real experience. Great performers and wish we had one last goodbye tour. So sad they’re gone.
All the groups/singers were amazing, awesome, and a great show! It was great to have so many headliners, but more than that, to have all the "special guests" come along to the concert! HUGE bonus for everyone! It was awesome for all of us (concert-goers) and for Feeding Nashville benefits. We only wished that all the groups/singers could have played more! However...... AMPHITHEATER NEEDS TO GET SOME SERIOUS INFRASTRUCTURE AND BETTER ORGANIZATION for ALL planning- transportation in/out, parking organization, better pre-concert communication re: rules, needs cellular tower, etc. We were one of MANY that had issues- took us almost 2hrs via Uber to go 6 miles to get into concert (left at 5:30pm from Berry Farms)..... only 6 miles. Daughter's purse was MUCH SMALLER than rules dictated & was asked to return it to car. Since we flew all the way from Virginia to see the concert, we had no car- only UBER & had to hide purse in trees- Not a reliable plan for the venue! Upon concert completion, zero cell service for everyone. There were over 50 people waiting for UBER with no service to call/text. Scheduled uber ride wouldn't have worked either since the concert schedule was completely off! Our family of 4 was very lucky with a ride to our hotel from a mom employee who drove us home. The other 46 people still waited.... Amphitheater needs better organization and a MAJOR PLAN!
What a beautiful venue!! Set in a gorgeous rock quarry the acoustics were amazing! Bathrooms were easy, refreshments were well staffed, food had a long line, large screens were not big enough for the back rows. Could not access the QR code. And of course…the horrible parking issues! No problem getting in since we arrived early, but over 2 1/2 hours to get out!!!! That’s crazy!!! How could they ever imagine 5,000 cars getting out of there on a single lane road!! Poor planning. Loved the concert, loved the venue, but it will be a long time til we go again. Lots of kinks to be worked out. Get the city of Thompsons Station or Franklin involved.
We love Graystone! Thanks for the incredible opening. We dont care who played or the traffic. Be free and be open. We live very close we love our neighbors and all 8,000 of there friends. Critz lane crew.
Awesome venue! Only issue is the parking and the fact that there is 1 way in and 1 way out. Concert was delayed due to traffic. Exiting was a nightmare. Need more directing of traffic to exit. Concert was awesome! Loved Florida Georgia Line!
The concert was great. The venue was beautiful but traffic in and out was terrible. Some of the artist were stuck in traffic and the concert was delayed 1 hour and 45 minutes because of it. In total my wife and I sat in traffic for two hours on our way there and 2 1/2 hours leaving for a hour and a half concert. I would not go to this venue again.
The venue was a 10! The concert itself was a 10!!!! The music was amazing. Florida Georgia Line outdid themselves by hosting the event and all the entertainers. Loved Thomas Rhett! Loved Maren Morris and her husband. Loved all the other guest entertainers as well. The only downside at all to the night was the parking. It took 2 1/2 hours to get out of the parking lot. Would have to really, really reconsider whether or not to go to this venue again because of it. It's really a shame because it's an amazing place. No seat in the entire place is bad. They have top entertainment scheduled. They really, really have to handle the parking scene. They need a strong team to control the flow from both inside the lot and all along the way. This aspect definitely needs to be reworked.
FGL and friends put on a great show that sounded terrific in a beautiful new amphitheater setting. As everyone that was there can attest, the traffic flow was terrible both in and out of the venue. Some have sworn off FirstBank Amphitheater forever…. I wouldn’t go that far, but they’ve got a lot to prove. Would probably go a long ways if they offered something to entice us to return - even if just a free soda.
The only complaint I have is leaving the event. It took twohours to get on the highway. The performances were great, the venue setting was gorgeous and each staff member was very helpful and friendly. I will definitely return for more concerts.