This fall Florida Georgia Line is hitting the road again and will make their way back to the Empire State!

You can now add another great Country concert to the great slate of shows coming to Upstate New York this fall. Earlier today Florida Georgia Line announced their I Love My Country Tour will be coming to St. Joseph's Health Ampitheater at Lakeview in Syracuse Saturday, October 9th. And they will be joined by Russell Dickerson and Lauren Alaina!

I am starting to lose count of all the great Country artists coming our way after all the concert announcements we have had in the last few weeks. Maybe you are too! And mentally,  that is exactly where we want to be as we emerge from the pandemic - lost in all kinds of Country concerts to experience in the months ahead. We have plenty of great concerts here in Albany and the Syracuse lineup is looking pretty sweet as well with some great shows just a couple of hours away. In addition to FGL, Luke Bryan (July 8th) , Thomas Rhett (September 16th) and Kelsea Ballerini (With the Jonas Brothers September 26th) will also be coming to Syracuse.

So as we get ready to lock in on a great few months ahead, listen to Brian and Chrissy in the Morning all next week (Tuesday through Friday) to win your way to Florida Georgia Line out in Syracuse! Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, June 4th at 10am through LiveNation.

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