Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley take PEOPLE along for the ride as they perform a five-show residency in Las Vegas
Hubbard’s wife Hayley was his biggest fan at the show.
“We’ve had the chance to play in Vegas several times over the past few years and have always loved the Strip’s electric energy,” says Hubbard.
Kelley and his wife Brittney have a sweet moment backstage.
Hubbard and Hayley cuddled up backstage.
“Tyler and I created the show with a few extra surprises — after all, it’s Vegas,” says Kelley, pictured here at soundcheck.
“We usually go from one city to the next, so for us to be able to root down here in Vegas for a couple weeks is really cool,” says Kelley.
The whole gang shared some laughs backstage before the musicians hit the stage.
The guys get pumped before their big show.
“We’re excited to have our buddies Mason [Ramsey] and Canaan along for this new adventure,” says Kelley, who was joined by opener Canaan Smith backstage before the show.
Kelley gives his custom outfit a final look before hitting the stage.
FGL’s Vegas setlist includes their biggest hits and new tracks from their upcoming fourth studio album.
“That energy was felt times a million on opening night,” says Hubbard about their fans.
“Opening night was money,” says Kelley.
Hubbard and Kelley light up the Sin City stage.
“It never gets stale or complacent because we still feel like the new guys, in a sense of that excitement and what it means,” Hubbard recently told PEOPLE.”
“It was super exhilarating and our boy Nelly even came out to celebrate!” says Hubbard, who brought the rapper on stage to sing their hit “Cruise.”
Florida Georgia Line wraps their five-night residency on Dec. 11.