[email protected] Partners with @CBSSports for Huge #UF #UGA @SEC Rivalry Game

Florida Georgia Line is set to add heat to one of America’s longest-running college football rivalries. In what could possibly be the most fitting act to perform at an event, Florida Georgia Line will take the stage during the weekend of the November 1st match-up between the University of Georgia Bulldogs and the University of Florida Gators.

The fun starts on the eve of the big game where Florida Georgia Line is set to headline the Anything Goes Tailgate 2014 concert at the Jacksonville shipyards on October 31st. The event kicks off at 2:00 p.m. and will feature multiple acts such as Cole Swindell, The Cadillac Three, Clare Dunn, John King, and Michael Ray.

The reigning CMA Vocal Duo of the year has teamed up with CBS Sports for its “SEC on CBS” broadcasts. A new, customized version of their song “That’s What’s Up” will be utilized as part of CBS Sports’ national coverage of SEC football throughout the season.

With Florida Georgia Line’s highly anticipated second album Anything Goes set to drop on October 14th, the tailgate party and new partnership with “SEC on CBS” comes at the perfect time. You can grab the customized version of “That’s What’s Up” by purchasing the deluxe edition of the album.

For more information on the Anything Goes Tailgate 2014, including ticket prices and times, visit www.jaxtailgate.com. You can also watch the video of Florida Georgia Line introducing the SEC on CBS broadcasts below:

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