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Florida Georgia Line is prepping to hit the road on their own.  The duo has announced details on their "Here's To The Good Times Tour 2013," which they'll launch this fall.  They'll kick off the trek in Brookings, South Dakota on October 3rd, and wrap up the 32-date run in Kent, Washington, on December 14th. 

Colt Ford, Tyler Farr, and Dallas Smith are on board to open select shows.  Prior to Monday's tour unveiling, Florida Georgia Line had only revealed one date -- Lexington, Kentucky on October 19th. 

Tickets for that show went on sale Friday, and says the duo set a record with the ten-thousand-718-seat Whitaker Bank Ballpark selling out in just 23 minutes. 

Florida Georgia Line is currently on the road with Luke Bryan, opening shows on the "Dirt Road Diaries" tour.  The duo's next appearance with Bryan is coming up at the Delaware State Fair in Harrington on Thursday.  Florida Georgia Line's full tour schedule is posted at their website. 

Florida Georgia Line's "Here's To The Good Times Tour 2013" Dates 

October 3 - Brookings, South Dakota, at the Swiftel Center 
October 4 - Mankato, Minnesota, at the Verizon Wireless Center 
October 5 - Fargo, North Dakota, at the Scheels Arena 
October 6 - Bismarck, North Dakota, at the Bismarck Civic Center 
October 10 - Murray, Kentucky, at the CFSB Center 
October 11 - Muncie, Indiana, at the Emens Auditorium 
October 12 - Champaign, Illinois, at Assembly Hall 
October 13 - Bowling Green, Ohio, at the Stroh Center 
October 16 - Springfield, Missouri, at the O'Reilly Center 
October 19 - Lexington, Kentucky, at the Whitaker Bank Ballpark 
October 23 - Carrollton, Georgia, at The Coliseum/University of West Georgia 
October 31 - Chicago, Illinois, at the Sears Center 
November 1 - St. Louis, Missouri, at the Chaifetz Arena 
November 2 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa, at the US Cellular Center 
November 3 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at the Eagles Ballroom 
November 7 - Florence, South Carolina, at the Florence Civic Center 
November 8 - Knoxville, Tennessee, at the Knoxville Civic Center 
November 9 - Greenville, South Carolina, at the BiLo Center 
November 15 - New York, New York, at the Best Buy Theater 
November 16 - Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, at the Tower Theater 
November 17 - Reading, Pennsylvania, at the Reading Eagle Theater 
November 21 - Huntington, West Virginia, at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena 
November 22 - Salem, Virginia, at the Salem Civic Center 
November 23 - Greensboro, North Carolina, at the Greensboro Coliseum 
November 29 - Fort Worth, Texas, at Billy Bob's 
November 30 - Belton, Texas, at the Bell County Expo Center 
December 1 - Austin, Texas, at the Austin City Limits Live at Moody Theater 
December 5 - Los Angeles, California, at the Club Nokia LA Live 
December 11 - Fresno, California, at the SaveMart Center 
December 12 -  Reno, Nevada, at the Reno Events Center 
December 13 - Eugene, Oregon, at the Matthew Knight Arena 
December 14 - Kent, Washington, at the ShoWare Center 

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