Country music duo Florida Georgia Line turned their CMT "Crossroads" premiere viewing party last night at FGL House (the restaurant they own in Nashville) into a fundraising event benefiting the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Showing on screens on each level of the four-floor restaurant, the viewing party offered the public a chance to enjoy Florida Georgia Line's collaboration with the Backstreet Boys, while supporting the American Red Cross.
Attendees who donated a minimum of $25 per person were admitted into the downstairs Little Red Corvette VIP viewing area, which included hors d'oeuvres and raffle prizes. The first 50 people who donated to the Red Cross received a Florida Georgia Line tour t-shirt. No word yet on how much money was raised at the event.
While the pairing of these two groups might seem an odd one, the Backstreet Boys are featured on the FGL hit "God, Your Mama, and Me" and recently joined the country duo as openers for three of their summer stadium dates, including Fenway Park in Boston and Chicago’s Wrigley Field. Florida Georgia Line's tour is currently running now until the end of October.