"KICK THE DUST UP TOUR" - NASHVILLE, TN - JULY 11


Florida Georgia Line performed at Nashville's Vanderbilt Stadium on Saturday, July 11 on Luke Bryan's "Kick The Dust Up" tour. Tyler is rocking his man-bun and the boys even joined Luke on stage!

According to a concert review: Bryan didn't have a plan for what he would play with Florida Georgia Line, he just told members Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard to, "run out here and we'll start playing music." The trio started with Alabama's "Mountain Music" and seemed to know every beat by heart. Bryan tried to get Florida Georgia Line to sing along with him on Journey's "Faithfully" but Hubbard announced from the stage that he didn't know the words.






MORE TYLER AND HAYLEY WEDDING DETAILS


A spread of Tyler and Hayley's wedding is in this weeks edition of People Magazine, but we have the pictures and details for you here.

TYLER'S LOOK
"I wasn't going to pull my hair up into a man bun without asking [wife] Hayley [Stommel] first!" the Florida Georgia Line singer tells PEOPLE of his wedding day do. And his bride was all for it. "I loved it!" says Stommel. "It took my breath away to see him standing there with his hair pulled back. He looked amazing, so handsome." As for the rest of Hubbard's look - "classy rockstar action" - as he describes it, the singer knew a classic tux wouldn't cut it. "We just wanted to keep it who I was, but also just casual and not over the top," says Hubbard. "It needed to represent me and also be comfortable and it did," he says of the white jeans and shirt paired with a white leather Smart Range vest his stylist, Gina Ketchum, found for him in London. And unlike the man bun, Hubbard's outfit was a surprise to the bride. "If she won't show me hers, I'm not showing her mine," he told PEOPLE before the wedding.

WEDDED BLISS
"There's something about being able to call Hayley my wife and say that it's official!" an excited Hubbard tells PEOPLE exclusively of his July 1 wedding to Hayley Stommel at Trail Creek Cabin in Sun Valley, Idaho. "Marriage is forever and we're just so happy to share our love forever."

SAYING 'I DO'
"I was a basket case to be honest," Hubbard says of first seeing his bride walk down the aisle at the ceremony. "I was super-emotional. It was a very spiritual moment the first time I got to see her. It was beautiful."

BANDMATES & BEST FRIENDS
"[Brian] and I have really become best friends over the last six years," says Hubbard of Brian Kelley, the Florida in Florida Georgia Line. "We've kind of built a family, Hayley and myself and BK and his wife Brittney. It's a special day for all of us to celebrate."

SIT, RING BOY, SIT
The couple's golden retriever, Harley, served as the ring bearer. "He did a great job," says Stommel. "He wanted to say hi to everybody. Zig-zagging through the aisle, trying to see everybody. He was sweet."

OUTDOOR DINING AT ITS BEST
After the ceremony, the couple's 150 guests were taken across the river "and through the woods," jokes Hubbard, to dine on steak and salmon under a sky of party lights.

FIRST DANCE FAKE-OUT!
The couple planned to dance to Keith Urban's "Making Memories of Us" - or so Stommel thought. Hubbard had other plans, though, and swapped in a song he personally recorded for their first dance. "I'm still tearing up thinking about it," says Stommel. "I mean, I've never felt anything like that. He had me crying, everyone crying, but it was just the happiest tears, and happiest moment."

THE NEUTRAL ZONE
From the guests and the flowers to the lavish party tent, everything was dressed in in neutral colors in order to complement the lush, natural surroundings of the outdoor wedding.

COUNTRY STRONG
Among the guests were Hubbard's fellow country artists (from left) Canaan Smith, Brett Eldredge, bandmate Brian Kelley, Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley and Thomas Rhett, who made a big impression on the bride and groom's families. "He was going around to all of our grandmothers and our mothers and bringing them into the center of this big circle dance off," says Stommel. "We were all just cheering them on. It was this big festive circle of fun."

... AND EATING THEIR CAKE, TOO!
The four-tiered European almond cake "had the consistency of a pound cake but was very moist," says baker Cristina Ceccatelli Cook, and was made with alternating thin layers of mascarpone and homemade raspberry jam, then covered in Italian white buttercream frosting. "It was delicious," says the bride.

THE GRAND EXIT
The newlyweds received a sparkly send-off from their guests after an impromptu singing of an unreleased Brett Eldredge song, "Drunk On Your Love." "It was truly magical," says Stommel of their big day. "I think everything that we had hoped for and way more."




TYLER AND HAYLEY'S WEDDING VIDEO

WOW just WOW. Tyler and Hayley had a fairytale dream wedding and People Magazine is giving us a sneak peek! Country star guests included Canaan Smith, Brett Eldredge, Charles Kelley, Thomas Rhett and of course, Brian Kelley as his best man.


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Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard is known as a hard-rocking, harder-partying country star, but as evidenced in this exclusive clip from his July 1 wedding to Hayley Stommel, he's also comfortable showing off his sensitive side.

"I was a basketcase to be honest," Hubbard tells PEOPLE exclusively of first seeing his bride walk down the aisle. "I was super emotional. It was a very spiritual moment the first time I got to see her. It was beautiful."

Equally beautiful was the wedding's postcard-perfect setting in the mountains of Sun Valley, Idaho, where Stommel, 28, an Idaho native, grew up skiing.

"It's a very peaceful place and it's one of our favorite places in the world," says Stommel. "Tyler and I just feel really close to God out in the mountains. We love being outdoors and the beauty of nature."

"It's heaven on earth," adds Hubbard, 28. "Mountains in the background, a little river and a bunch of really awesome people," is how he describes the affair, where guests were asked to dress in neutral colors in order to compliment the lush, natural surroundings of the outdoor wedding.

Turns out that beautiful, peaceful setting is also the perfect place to throw one heck of a party!

"The whole night was full of laughs," says Hubbard. Guests, including bandmate Brian Kelley, Brett Eldredge, Charles Kelley, Thomas Rhett and Canaan Smith, "just had the best time. Nobody needed encouragement to dance and have fun."



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NEW TRIBE KELLEY COLLECTION NOW AVAILABLE


The "Sleeps With Wolves" Tribe Kelley collection is now available online at http://www.tribekelley.com! This time, girls AND guys can be stylin' like Brian and Brittney!

Visit the website here and happy shopping!



TYLER AND HAYLEY ARE MARRIED!


Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard Weds Hayley Stommel

Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard has tied the knot!

The country star, 28, married Hayley Stommel on Wednesday night at Trail Creek Cabin in Sun Valley, Idaho, on the two-year anniversary of their first kiss, PEOPLE reveals exclusively.

"There's something about being able to call Hayley my wife and say that it's official!" an excited Hubbard tells PEOPLE. "Marriage is forever and we're just so happy to share our love forever."

The bride wore a formfitting, lace Monique Lhuillier gown with a low back for the nuptials.

"I just wanted to be comfortable and have a timeless, classic dress," she tells PEOPLE.

Stommel, 28, walked down the aisle to pal Sarah Buxton singing John Legend's "All of Me," with the couple's golden retriever, Harley, leading the way as ring bearer (and yes, he wore a bow tie!). They exchanged traditional vows at the outdoor ceremony set against the mountains where Idaho-native Stommel grew up skiing, and then later exchanged letters containing more personal, self-penned vows.

Hubbard had his best friend, FGL bandmate Brian Kelley by his side as best man. "BK and I have really become best friends over the last six years," says Hubbard. "We've kind of built a family, Hayley and myself and BK and his wife Brittney. It's a special day for all of us to celebrate."

After the ceremony, their 150 guests were taken across the river "and through the woods" jokes Hubbard, to dine on steak and salmon under a sky of party lights and then into a tent for dancing and "fun surprises," says Stommel.

Signature drinks - a Moscow Mule and Hubbard's favorite, an Old Fashioned - were also served.

And just in case any of the wedding guests got too much of their shine-on, the couple had that covered too. Everyone went home a "Hubba Hubba Hangover Kit" complete with Advil, water and breath spray.

The pair will honeymoon in Turks and Caicos before FGL returns to touring July 9.






KICKER COUNTRY STAMPEDE - JUNE 26 - MANHATTAN, KS



Florida Georgia Line performed in Manhattan, KS at the "Kicker Country Stampede" last night! Click the pictures below for more.



SUMMERFEST - JUNE 24 - MILWAUKEE, WI



Florida Georgia Line performed an energetic set at "Summerfest" in Milwaukee, WI last night!



FGL PERFORMING ON CCMA'S - SEPT 13


Florida Georgia Line were just announced as performers at the Canadian Country Music Awards (CCMAs), taking place September 13 in Halifax, NS! It will air on CBC and CMT in Canada, and as always, we will have all of the pictures and videos for you here!



"KICK THE DUST UP TOUR" - MINNEAPOLIS, MN - JUNE 20



Florida Georgia Line performed to a massive crowd of 43,000 at Minneapolis' TCF Bank Stadium as part of Luke Bryan's "Kick The Dust Up Tour" on June 20.



LAKESHAKE FESTIVAL - JUNE 21 - CHICAGO, IL



Florida Georgia Line considers themselves lucky to be able to be one of the amazing artists asked to headline Chicago's first ever Windy City LakeShake Festival. Take a look at the photos from Sunday's concert by clicking on any photo below.





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TRIBE KELLEY - PEOPLE MAGAZINE ARTICLE

Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley Opens a Blink-and-You-Missed-It Pop-Up Shop in Nashville

Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and his wife Brittney are ready to introduce their new fashion line to the world and they're starting with the country fans that have descended on Nashville for the CMA Music Festival.

Tribe Kelley made its Nashville debut in an extremely limited engagement i it was open for four hours only - in the Lucchese boot shop on Thursday, the first day of the annual festival.

"We thought it would be fun to kick this off while the fans were in town," Brittney told PEOPLE. "Brian always wears Lucchese boots, this is such a beautiful store and really suits the natural, earthy look of our line. They were so nice to let us do this."

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