Florida Georgia Line Reveals Details of 2015 Headlining Tour
10/08/2014 AT 04:45 PM EDT
"We're super pumped," Hubbard, 27, tells PEOPLE. "We've been planning for the last year and a half or so and honestly, in our heads, we've been planning this moment since day one. We're really getting all the details figured out, figuring out production and what we're going to do … how many buses, how many trucks we're going to need and all the fun stuff."
Hubbard says their experience opening for the likes of Taylor Swift, Jake Owen, Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean has more than prepared them for the gig.
"It's real fun to take what we've learned over the last couple of years and just kind of put it in our own world," he says. "The things that we love that they do, we'll incorporate into our own show."
There's a lot of work to be done before the Anything Goes tour kicks off in January, and to that Hubbard says, bring it on!
"We feel like we're ready, we feel like our fans are ready, we feel like our crew is ready and we can't wait for it to get here," he says. "It's going to be awesome. It will be the biggest party of the year next year."
So what can fans expect at the party? Hubbard teases, "It's going to be be hot, it's going to be bright and it's going to be loud. That pretty much sums it up."
The duo's second studio album, Anything Goes, is available Oct. 14.