Thomas Rhett recently said he was surprised by the demographics at the Florida Georgia Line concerts.
He told ABC Radio: “What I’ve noticed on the FGL tour is there’s a lot of kids there, too. I’m talking about like 11 and 12 years old, and then there’s a lot of people that are up into their 50s and 60s and 70s. It’s a pretty wide variety of people.”
Well, color us surprised also because the one I went to was full of 20 somethings in stereotypical country attire and red solo cups-which BTW was highly encouraged. Of course, this did set the mood for the concert and I can honestly say I was entertained the whole time.
Thomas went on to say: “The common thread between all the FGL shows is that everybody comes to get rowdy and to party and to be loud I’ve never seen a crowd that stands up that long.”
“FGL’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard create a friendly and fun atmosphere for everyone backstage, too. Thomas adds, “You couldn’t ask for two better guys to tour with.”
Thomas and FGL will hit the road again together April 30 in Columbia, South Carolina. Will you be seeing them this summer?