Over 100,000 country music fans will soon be hanging out in Nashville to enjoy all the free concerts, festivities and big shows during CMA Music Festival. It’s something the artists look forward to as well. Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard tells us: “I think CMA week there’s just a good energy in town. I mean it’s crazy, it’s good, it’s something you look forward to every year and Nashville is a beautiful place to play a show in general but I think if we’re specifically talking about this week it’s like no other. To see all those fans, those are the most passionate fans in the world that are here this weekend, so to see 70,000 of them thrown in a stadium together, it’s on another level. And I know a lot of our fans are very passionate and loyal and all that, but these fans are coming from Europe, we’ve met people that we’ve met in Europe that are here this weekend, people from Canada, all over. So it’s a really cool week for us.” during CMA Fest. They will share the bill with Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Brett Eldredge, and Cole Swindell.
That morning, Tyler and his wife, Hayley, will host a Sip & Sweat of refreshing drinks and rooftop yoga at downtown Nashville’s FGL House. The yoga class will be led by instructor Danielle Whitener of Freebird followed by a round of Palomas, with ticket proceeds benefiting the CMA Foundation’s efforts to improve and sustain music education programs around the nation.The Sip & Sweat begins at 8 a.m. CT with Music City MC Donald Jenkins as well as a few surprise celebrity guests and friends of the Hubbards who are scheduled join in the festivities. Tickets are $100 and are available at https://fglhouseyoga.eventbrite.com. All attendees will receive a yoga mat and water bottle.