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Kenny Chesney, Florida Georgia Line & Old Dominion

Kenny Chesney, Florida Georgia Line & Old Dominion

Kenny Chesney, Florida Georgia Line & Old Dominion

Kenny Chesney, Florida Georgia Line & Old Dominion

Kenny Chesney, Florida Georgia Line & Old Dominion

We Fest: Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley & Blake Shelton - 3 Day Pass

WE Fest: Florida Georgia Line - Thursday (Time: TBD)

Kenny Chesney, Florida Georgia Line & Old Dominion

Kenny Chesney, Florida Georgia Line & Old Dominion

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How To Find The Cheapest Country Music Tickets In 2019

While Classic Rock may be the most expensive set of shows this summer, Country is the most plentiful, with legends and newcomers alike touring across the country to sing about love, loss, livin’ and even beer. With a few exceptions, cheap tickets are available to most of the show on both the primary and secondary market, whether on the lawn or in the pit, the Amphitheater shows have unsold tickets at face price in both of those areas.  Below is the list of some general ticket buying tips, as well as specific guidance on where to get the best tickets for each tour, whether on TicketIQ for 'sold out' secondary or Ticketmaster and Livenation for face price tickets.

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How To Find Cheapest Florida Georgia Line Tickets For Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour - 2019

Fans of country duo Florida Georgia Line this summer will get their first chance to the group on tour since 2017. 

This latest tour is Florida Georgia Line’s fifth and is called the “Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour,” after its latest album release. The North American leg begins June 13 in Rogers, Arkansas and ends September 28 in Irvine, California. The tour includes 36 dates, with only a handful in big cities, including Dallas (June 14), Atlanta (August 31) and Phoenix (September 19).  

Where To Buy Florida Georgia Line Tickets

For fans looking to get the best deal, it's important to check both the primary and secondary ticket market. The majority of shows for Can't Say I Ain't Country are in an Amphitheater and 75%-95% of those are sold out, however, there are a handful of shows where over 50% of the tickets still remain to be sold. 

For the mostly sold out shows, the secondary ticket market has the most selection. TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on All Florida Georgia Line tickets over the entire tour. TicketIQ also offers a Low Price Guarantee on all secondary market concert tickets and gives fans a wide variety of tickets to all shows to choose from. The Low Price Guarantee means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like Stubhub or Seatgeek, we'll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. 

The shows that fall into the mostly sold out category include DTE Energy Music Theatre outside of Detroit, St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater in Syracuse, NY; Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre outside of Chicago; Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati; FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, California; and Jones Beach on Long Island--which is the closest the duo gets to New York City.

How Much Are Florida Georgia Line Tickets

For the shows that still have tickets to sell, Ticketmaster is the best option. One such example is the Toyota Amphitheater, just north of Sacramento. For that show, close to 70% of tickets remain for sale, with lawn seats starting around $50 and seated tickets around $125. The August 16th show at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton, PA is another show with a lot of tickets to sell via Livenation.com, with lawn seats going for $50 after fees and seated tickets around $100.  For fans that can't wait until this summer, there are also still tickets available from $130-$300 Ticketmaster.com for the Bayou Country Super Fest next week in Baton Rouge, LA. 

In addition to the Amphitheater and festival stops this summer, the duo will play four shows at the 2000-person Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, on November 6, 8, 9 and 12. Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.com, with the cheapest ticket starting at $59 and a pit ticket running $330, all before fees.

In addition to all of the the above, the second annual FGL Fest takes place at the Indianapolis Motor speedway on September 7th, and includes Dan + Shay, Nelly, Mitchell Tenpenny, with more names to come.  A GA ticket via Ticketmaster is going for $39 before fees, while the cheapest option on the secondary market are about double that. the event range from $52 to $145, all of which are standing room only. While the pit is slight cheaper on the secondary market, Ticketmaster is the only place you can get VIP tickets, which are going for $325 through VIPNation.com and includes the below.

"One standing ticket in an exclusive section of the PIT, Invitation to the FGL VIP Lounge including: Cash bar with one drink ticket, Appetizer Happy Hour, Private VIP restrooms, Complimentary water station, Cell charging stations, Interactive games with FGL prizes and Lounge spaces with hammocks, photo booth, tailgate games and more! A VIP FGL swag bag, An official FGL VIP Lounge laminate, Private merch shopping within the VIP Lounge, Dedicated VIP entrance and a VIP check in with on-site host."

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