Florida Georgia Line launched their Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour seven months ago, and it has now become the group's highest-grossing tour to date.

The Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour grossed $50.7 million from their 41 tour dates. This equates to 727,729 tickets sold, according to Billboard. The tour first began in Australia, where the country music duo played four shows, before coming to the United States where they played another 37 shows from June through September.

The Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour is the first time Florida Georgia Line has crossed the $50 million mark on any of their tours. The duo previously grossed $40.6 million on their last tour, the Smooth Tour; and earned $47.5 million from their Dig Your Roots Tour that ran from 2016-2017, according to Billboard.

The tour's highest-grossing night was on Aug. 9 when Florida Georgia Line played the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Illinois. The concert made $1.963 million from the sale of 26,698 tickets.

The Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour was in support of Florida Georgia Line's latest album, Can't Say I Ain't Country, which was released Feb. 15. The album continued the duo's successful streak when it debuted on top of Billboard's Country Albums chart. The duo has topped the chart three other times with their albums Here's To The Good Times, Anything Goes and Dig Your Roots.

Florida Georgia Line has also released their latest single, "Blessings," which is the third single from Can't Say I Ain't Country. The song is a tribute to the duo's wives and is available to download and stream on all music platforms.

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