Florida Georgia Line is hoping to motivate their fan base to give back this holiday season. Beginning on Giving Tuesday, December 3rd, and running through December 18th, the country music duo will be hosting a toy drive for Middle Tennessee families in need.
Glorida Georgia Line has teamed up with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville for the drive, and they're asking folks to bring unwrapped toys and art supplies to a meet + greet in Nashville (1910 21st Avenue South) with complimentary treats and drinks being offered to those who come.
Another way FGL is giving back is by holding a private event at their restaurant FGL House for Fort Campbell servicemen and women. This intimate evening took place earlier this week and featured performances by Canaan Smith, Raelynn, Corey Crowder, Blake Redferrin, and Dylan Schneider.