Florida Georgia Line Go All Out For #SmoothTour

Florida Georgia Line’s Smooth Tour is one of the hottest tours of the summer. On August 5th it rolled into town in Bristow, Virginia. A sold out show awaited the explosive duo’s arrival.

Ryan Hurd was the first artist to take the stage. His rocker demeanor makes him an unusual fit on the tour, however, he nailed it. Hurd has massive craftsmanship and pose. His music is authentic and well loved. A rising star in the making, Hurd gave a stunning performance.

Chris Lane is one of today’s fastest rising stars. Everything from his style to his incredible vocals scream star. Chris’s set was filled with an array of energy as he performed songs such as “Fix” and “For Her.” He also did a mash up of different songs such as N’Sync’sBye Bye Bye.” He has that all genre factor, he can do anything and is a multi genre acumen. There really isn’t anyone like him.

Hip hop legend Nelly was a special treat. It was literally on fire (okay! not literally. But you get where I’m going with this!) Nelly has perfected his craft extremely well. He has earned a spot in the country music community. He is just fun, and country folks love fun! He performed songs such as “E.I” and “Just A Dream” and even out did himself with a Thomas Rhett cover. Let’s face it, Nelly is back.

The hottest duo on the map brought the heat. Florida Georgia Line is so entertaining. Hubbard and Kelley have this special knack for drawing you in, so much so that I forgot to take notes during their set (oops). They have massive chemistry on stage and their entire set is flamboyantly created. These two have worked so hard and it shows. They continue to grow with each and every tour. Hubbard and Kelley are amazing people, making amazing music. Their talent and spirit are out of this world.

Florida Georgia Line’s Smooth Tour is one of the most elaborate and entertaining tours of the summer, it’s a must see.

Author: Brittany Vance

West Virginia born & bred living life in the DMV. I believe in kind hearts & strong drinks. Mom of two boys and Autism advocate. Music is not only powerful but magical. In the words of Merle Haggard: Good music will live forever. I am here to share that music with each of you.

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