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Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley Offers Reward After Tribe Kelley Vandalism

Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley & his wife Brittney are offering $5,000 to help identify the individuals that vandalized Tribe Kelley

Written by Lauren Laffer
Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley Offers Reward After Tribe Kelley Vandalism
Brian Kelley and Brittney Marie Kelley; Photo credit: Kevin Maya

Just days after hosting an event to celebrate the opening of their Nashville-based creative compound, Florida Georgia Line is hot on the hunt for a group of vandals that desecrated the tee-pee outside of their store, Tribe Kelley.

In videos posted to Brian Kelley and his wife Brittney’s social media accounts, security footage shows a group of men and woman approaching the landmark outside of the boutique. The group removes the fabric surrounding the tee-pee and attempts to break the pieces of wood underneath. The vandalism happened around 1:30 a.m. Saturday morning, Nov. 3, along 21st Avenue South in Hillsboro Village.

After sharing the survelliance footage the couple announced a $5,000 reward for anyone who has any information about the four people involved.

If you have any information about the vandalism, you are asked to email contact@tribekelley.com.

Tribe Kelley is located at FGL’s latest venture, which also houses meet + greet and Tree Vibez Music.

“Tyler [Hubbard] and I are always creating, doing, and to be able to open up this space and share all of its creative energy and good vibes with our Nashville community is special,” shared Kelley upon the grand opening.

Check out the security footage from the Tribe Kelley Trading Post below…