Florida Georgia Line Adds Canaan Smith to Las Vegas Residency

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Florida Georgia Line are adding another act to their upcoming Las Vegas residency. The country duo have revealed that Canaan Smith will be joining the duo this December during their five-show residency, “Florida Georgia Line Live From Las Vegas.”

“I’ve always wanted to tour with FGL and what better place than America’s playground,” Canaan says in a statement. “Seriously, I’m amped, y’all. I’m gonna make the most out of every minute on that stage. These crowds have no idea what’s comin’.”

Canaan joins previously announced act, yodeling Walmart boy, Mason Ramsey. He is also signed to the duo’s music publishing roster, Tree Vibez Music.

FGL’s Vegas residency will be held at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Dec. 1, 5, 7, 8 and 11. Ticket prices start at $49, plus tax and fees, and are available now online at ticketmaster.com or in-person at the Planet Hollywood box office. Each show begins at 8 p.m.

The duo shared the news of their first-ever Vegas residency earlier this year with fans across social media. “See you in December y’all helloooooo Vegas Residency 🎉 🎲 cherry on top with our dude @lilhankwilliamsopening for us,” Brian Kelley wrote on Instagram.

“From writing on the back of tailgates, to selling out our first stadium tour last summer, and now bringing good music and good vibes to the Strip, BK and I just feel so blessed,”  Tyler Hubbard told E! Online. “It’s Vegas, baby! We can’t believe it!”

FGL are far from the first country act to head to Vegas. Previously, Shania Twain, Reba, Brooks & Dunn, and Rascal Flatts, traveled to Sin City for a residency of their own.

Annie Reuter
Annie Reuter is a freelance journalist based in Nashville. When she's not covering the latest music news or interviewing countless country artists, she can be found at a writers round listening to the best up-and-coming songwriting talent Music City has to offer.

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