Last night (June 5th) Florida Georgia Line celebrated the Grand Opening of FGL House, their first restaurant and entertainment destination.
The nightstop, located at 120 3rd Avenue South in downtown Nashville, features live music, the city’s largest “Cruise” rooftoop bar, and more.
“The Cruise rooftop is my favorite place in the world,” Brian Kelley tells Rolling Stone. “It has views of Nashville, great drinks and two DJ booths.”
According to a press release, attendees at the grand opening sampled Southern-inspired food and custom craft cocktails, were treated to a sneak peak of the duo’s hilarious new music video for “Smooth,” directed by Brian, and watched Game 4 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals, during which the Nashville Predators came out on top over the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, who also performed “God, Your Mama, and Me” with the Backstreet Boys on the Ellen Show today, have also launched a new emoji app for iOS and Android usres called FGLmoji, giving users access to textable, lifelike emojis featuring different expressions and many of the duo’s hobbies and interests.
Florida Georgia Line will perform “Last Day Alive” with the Chainsmokers during Wednesday night’s (June 7th) CMT Awards from the FGL House rooftop.
They’ll bring their “Smooth” tour, featuring Nelly and Chris Lane, to the Honda Center in Anaheim, on Thursday, September 7th, and to the Glen Helen Amphitheatre on Friday, September 8th.