Brian Kelley concert scheduled for April 21 at the Bandshell in Daytona Beach

DAYTONA BEACH — Florida Georgia Line Country music star and Volusia County native Brian Kelley returns home for a concert April 21 at the Bandshell in Daytona Beach.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, February 4 for the show, which is part of the “LIVE! At the Bandshell Concert Series”. Tickets are $54, $75, and $94 for seated admission, with non-seated general admission tickets available for $19 in advance, $29 the day of the show, plus applicable fees.

Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. show can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com or in person at the Peabody Auditorium box office at 600 Auditorium Boulevard in Daytona Beach between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Brian Kelley in front of the Bandshell in Daytona Beach performs in the video for his song,

A native of Ormond Beach, Kelley celebrated his formative years on the waterways and baseball diamonds of his hometown in his recent single “Florida Boy Forever.” The music video for the song is set against a backdrop of familiar landmarks.

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It features Kelley paddling a canoe along the Tomoka River, hanging out past the Bandshell, at the Salty Dog Surf Shop in Daytona Beach, and on a road trip to the longtime beachfront restaurant High Tides At Snack Jack in Flagler. Beach.

Brian Kelley in a scene from the video of

In the final chorus, Kelley returns to the baseball field at the Ormond Beach Sports Complex, where current members of the Seabreeze High School baseball team play doubles and help her sing the song’s final chorus with some longtime friends of the singer.

The singer’s father, former Volusia County Council Chairman Ed Kelley, also appears in the video.

Kelley embraces her Volusia roots

“While we were writing it, I was already imagining how easy, fun and authentic it would be to do it in Ormond Beach,” the singer told the News-Journal in August.

Brian Kelley, with guitar, is joined by members of the Seabreeze High and Daytona State College baseball teams in a scene from the

“It means the world is showing where I come from,” Kelley said. “I think a lot of people identify with that, whether you’re from Wisconsin or California, your love for where you’re from shows through.”

A 2004 graduate of Seabreeze High School, Kelley teamed up with partner Tyler Hubbard in 2012 to form Florida Georgia Line, a genre-blending country duo that topped the charts for a decade. The duo have recorded 18 No. 1 singles, over 13.2 billion global streams and 4.7 million albums sold.

As a solo act, Kelley fused country flair and beach vibes on two 2021 releases, EP “BK’s Wave Pack” and full album “Sunshine State of Mind.”

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