Tyler Hubbard, Gone From Florida Georgia Line, Will Join Keith Urban In St. Paul, Minnesota
Wednesday, August 31, was a sad day for fans of Florida Georgia Line. That was when the popular duo performed their final show, as Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley had announced they would be going their separate ways.
That final, emotional Florida Georgia Line performance took place on the Grandstand Stage at the Minnesota State Fair, where both artists acknowledged the break was coming.
In a video clip shared across social media Tyler Hubbard tells fans, "You've enabled us to chase this crazy dream of writing songs and playing shows and hoping somebody'll show up to listen. So, thank you guys, man; it really, really means the world to us."
It was also known that Tyler Hubbard would next be joining Keith Urban's The Speed Of Now Tour, which already had singer/songwriter Ingrid Andress set to open on the tour.
It was not a shock that Keith would welcome him out on road as two have already been collaborating in the studio on new music for 'Dancin' In The Country', which will be Tyler Hubbard's debut album as a solo artist. The album is expected to be released on January 27, 2023.
With Tyler Hubbard already enjoying a top 10 hit as a solo artist with '5 Foot 9', a big question for fans in the Northland was whether he would remain on the entire tour. Specifically, would he join Keith Urban for his November 5 show at Xcel Energy Center?
On Tuesday, the Xcel Energy Center hit social media to confirm that Hubbard would indeed be a part of The Speed Of Now Tour stop in St. Paul, along with Ingrid Andress.
Those already with tickets are likely very happy to have another known artist added to the bill, and the good news for people who had yet to purchase their tickets is that there are still seats available for the Xcel Energy Center show.
Saturday, November 5 should be a fun night in St. Paul. It will be interesting to see if both Tyler and Ingrid join Keith Urban on stage at some point during his performance. Based on what Keith Urban has done with his supporting artists in the past, I'm guessing the answer is yes.