Ticket sales will benefit Musicians On Call
Sizzling breakout duo Florida Georgia Line will participate in an intimate Q-and-A exclusively for Citi cardmembers on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at Hill Country Barbecue Market in New York City. Billboard's Ray Waddell will moderate the special Q-and-A. It will allow fans the chance to ask the CMA Vocal Duo of the Year and Single of the Year winners questions about their chart-topping debut album "Here's to the Good Times," their first ever headline tour, and experiences on the road.
Citi cardmembers will also enjoy a family-style dinner and drinks at the event and receive the Florida Georgia Line album and the Hill Country Barbecue cookbook "Soaked, Slathered, and Seasoned," written by Hill Country Barbecue Market's executive chef, Elizabeth Karmel. All ticket sales from the event will benefit Musicians On Call, a nonprofit that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in health care facilities. Tickets can only be purchased with a Citi credit or debit card by visiting www.citiprivatepass.com.
"Anytime we have the chance to meet our fans, we are all about it," said FGL's Brian Kelley.
"And for this to help benefit Musicians On Call just adds to the fun. We are honored to help support such an incredible organization," added FGL's Tyler Hubbard.
Jennifer Breithaupt, senior vice president of entertainment marketing for Citi, added, "We're excited to see Florida Georgia Line's terrific trajectory this year, and work with the band to create this truly unique experience where our cardmembers interact with the band. Musicians On Call's work is a cause very close to our hearts, and we're happy to have the chance to work with them again."
Later that evening, Florida Georgia Line will rock AEG Live's Best Buy Theater in New York, when they perform a special anniversary benefit concert celebrating Billboard's 10th Annual Touring Conference & Awards.