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FGL's Hubbard joins Urban tour

Tuesday, July 12, 2022 – Keith Urban's "The Speed of Now World Tour" will include Tyler Hubbard, lead singer of Florida Georgia Line, this fall.

Ingrid Andress also is on the bill for the segment of his tour opening Sept. 3 in Mountain View, Cal. and winding down Nov. 4 in Peoria, Ill.

Urban started the tour late last month after nearly four years, continues through the summer with Andress, before taking on Hubbard for more than two-dozen shows to run through November.

"I'm psyched that my brutha Tyler Hubbard is gonna come out and join Ingrid (Andress) and me on the fall leg of my "The Speed of Now World Tour," said Urban. "It's like some Ocean's 11 sh#t, and it's gonna be a BLAST!!!!!"

FGL is on hiatus with Hubbard slated to perform songs from an upcoming new album. The project's first single, "5 Foot 9," is out with "Way Home," out July 15.

"I've been writing and recording a lot of new music for my first solo album, songs that are made to be played live," said Hubbard. "I am so excited to be joining Keith (Urban) on his fall tour and can't wait to play them for the first time for fans across the country."

Tour dates are:
Sept. 3 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
Sept. 8 Phoenix Footprint Center
Sept. 9 San Diego North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
Sept. 10 Los Angeles The Kia Forum
Sept. 15 Salt Lake City USANA Amphitheatre
Sept. 16 Denver Ball Arena
Sept. 17 Wichita INTRUST Bank Arena
Sept. 22 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
Sept. 23 Columbus Nationwide Arena
Sept. 29 Kansas City T-Mobile Center
Sept. 30 Oklahoma City Paycom Center
Oct. 1 Ft. Worth Dickies Arena
Oct. 6 Lexington Rupp Arena
Oct. 7 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
Oct. 8 Atlanta State Farm Arena
Oct. 13 Savannah Enmarket Arena
Oct. 14 Knoxville Thompson Boling Arena
Oct. 15 Charleston Charleston Coliseum
Oct. 20 Wilkes-Barre Mohegan Sun Arena
Oct. 21 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
Oct. 22 Belmont Park UBS Arena at Belmont Park
Nov. 4 Peoria Peoria Civic Center


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