Written by Emilee Lindner • July 7, 2017
Ever seen Florida Georgia Line live in concert? Well, if you're checking them out this summer on the Smooth Tour, you're in for a party. Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are all about the good times -- both on and off stage. Their songs are doused in summer, drinking and backroad shenanigans, and that mentality is recreated when the bro-country duo perform for their fans.
So, if you haven't got tickets to see FGL on tour, get them here, and then check out the nine ways the guys get a little goofy:
Florida Georgia Line are happy with getting in touch with their silly side. While on tour with Luke Bryan, Tyler and Brian hopped on stage during "Country Girl," a song Bryan usually invites people to dance to. FGL tried out their best stripclub dance, shaking their bums with abandon.
On 2012 CMT Tour, FGL and friends Love and Theft decided to prank Jake Owens, who had just had a baby girl. Dressed in "diapers" and sucking on pacifiers, the hodge-podge group lumbered around the stage as Owens had to keep it together.
What do Florida Georgia Line do three hours before a concert? They cameo on Nitro Circus and help turn their friend's house into a skate park. Watch as Hubbard takes a tumble while going through a dirtbike course.
FGL took a GoPro from a music lover in the audience at the 2015 Craven Country Jamboree. BK filmed the performance as he walked around stage, and you can see a close-up of Tyler mugging for the camera, as well as their other bandmates jammin' out to "It'z Just What We Do."
Florida Georgia Line enjoy a fine drink. When it comes to partying, most of the time, the guys are up for it. That's why you'll find a lot of interviews where Kelley and Hubbard are sipping on beer -- or their own brand of whiskey. And if the interviewer is down, they'll have a drink too.
In between shows, the guys need to blow off steam. Sometimes that means riding motocross... sometimes that means crashing the University of Illinois gymnasium. Here's Tyler sinking a three-pointer.
Sometimes there are impromptu dance sessions. Since FGL have teamed up with the Backstreet Boys, they needed to learn some of their dance moves, and that meant spending some time with the boy band in the bathroom practicing.
Can you blame the man? Clothes are a nuisance! On a few occasions Hubbard has stripped down for Instagram in some shots taken by his wife.
In fact, FGL are into covering songs of all genres, but "Last Resort" by Papa Roach feels oddly fitting for the band. At the Buckeye Country Superfest last year, the duo busted out this rock cover, explaining that they learned how to play guitar for one reason only: to rock.
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