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In photos: Florida Georgia Line open FGL House

The duo launched their new venue in style on Monday night.

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Florida Georgia Line opened the doors of their first entertainment and restaurant destination FGL House on Monday night.

The duo – Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley – invited hundreds of friends and fans to the four storey venue situated at 120 3rd Avenue South in the heart of downtown Nashville. Tyler and Brian attended as guests and gave visitors a sneak peek of their hilarious new BK directed music video for Smooth.

During the evening the bar’s multiple video walls were tuned in to Game 4 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals as visitors watched home team Nashville Predators beat the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Also this week Florida Georgia Line launched a new emoji app called FGLmoji. The app gives users access to dozens of textable, lifelike emojis featuring different expressions and many of the duo’s hobbies and interests. FGLmoji is available for download on both iOS and Android at FGLmoji.com.

On Wednesday night Florida Georgia Line performed Last Day Alive with The Chainsmokers on the roof of FGL House as part of the 2017 CMT Music Awards broadcast.

Take a look at the launch of FGL House with our gallery below:

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