The third time's a charm for Florida Georgia Line.

The hit duo, made up of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, will return for the third year to perform for the Stars for Second Harvest benefit concert, to be held on June 3 at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium.

“We’ve been so incredibly blessed this past year and have always wanted to make it bigger than the music,” Kelley says. “To have the opportunity to give back and help feed the hungry in our community is an honor.”

“Hopefully we will help sell out this show and all come together to raise a lot of money for such a great cause!" Hubbard adds.

The event, now in its tenth year, raises money for the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. Songwriter Craig Wiseman will once again return as the evening's host. More artists are expected to be announced shortly.

FGL's performance comes in the middle of a busy year for the pair. They are touring as the opening act for Jason Aldean's Night Train Tour, before they kick off their own headlining Here's to the Good Times trek, and then join Aldean on his Burn It Down tour. The men are also heading into the studio to work on the follow-up to their freshman 'Here's to the Good Times' album. See their busy schedule here.

Tickets for the Stars for Second Harvest concert, which include a limited number of VIP tickets, are available for purchase here.