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Florida Georgia Line and Nelly team up for concert cruise

Florida Georgia Line and Nelly team up for concert cruise

CRUISIN':Country music pop duo Florida Georgia Line perform in concert at the Baltimore Arena on Saturday, Feb. 1, in Baltimore. Photo: Associated Press/Owen Sweeney/Invision

Country stars Florida Georgia Line are setting sail on their very own concert cruise – and rap collaborator Nelly will be among the stars joining them at sea.

“The Cruise” hitmakers will be headlining a four-night tour, titled the This is Howe We Cruise music festival, which will set off from Miami, Florida for the Bahamas on Nov. 8.

Florida Georgia Line will perform two shows and take part in a question and answer session with guests, while fans will also be treated to gigs by Nelly, Thomas Rhett, Colt Ford, Canaan Smith, the Cadillac Three and Chris Lane.

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