“This past year has given us a chance to spend more time writing, producing, and being creative, but we are itching to get back on the road,” said Kelley and Hubbard. “We miss our fans, and the live energy and connection we have with them when we hit the stage. Our Live Nation family has been a great partner in the past, and we’re excited to be teaming up like this together. Getting back on tour and being able to share our new music can’t come soon enough!”
The new agreement between the country music duo and event promotion giant makes Live Nation their exclusive promoter in North America. In the past, FGL’s 319 shows have grossed $191 million. 2019’s Can’t Say I Ain’t Country tour, which pulled in $50.7 million from 727,739 tickets sold over 41 shows, was the group’s highest-earning trek to date.