Residencies in Las Vegas are coveted in the entertainment industry, but only the most talented and notable performers secure a spot on the stage.

Iconic artists like Elton John, Britney Spears, and Jennifer Lopez have completed stints in Sin City.

Following in their footsteps is Florida Georgia Line, who announced via Twitter that they will have a brief residency in December.

In their tweet, they mentioned that they would be "bringin Mason Ramsey" with them.

Planet Hollywood will host the residency

The two-man band, formed by singer Tyler Hubbard and backup vocalist Brian Kelley in 2010, will perform at the Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood on December 1, 5, 7, 8, and 11, E!

News reported. The residency will likely prove to be a lucrative business deal for the duo.

The Chainsmokers took home $38 million in 2017 thanks to their three-year contract with the Wynn. Britney Spears, who ended her four-year residency at Planet Hollywood in January, worked her way up to earning $475,000 per performance, according to CheatSheet. Celine Dion earns just $1,000 more at $476,000 per show.

Though the duo is only scheduled to perform on five separate dates, their short stay will undoubtedly rake in some impressive revenue. Presale tickets for the FGL Lifers fan club are now available through the band's website. The Citi presale begins Wednesday and public tickets go on sale Saturday.

In the meantime, Hubbard and Kelley will kick off their summer tour on June 7 in Maryland.

Mason Ramsey will accompany the band in Las Vegas

Known most commonly as "Yodel boy," Mason Ramsey has stolen hearts across the nation, and it looks as though his year is just going to get better. Rather than soaking up the spotlight all by themselves, Hubbard and Kelley will share the stage with Ramsey this December.

Ramsey initially gained fame from a viral video in which he sang Hank Williams' "Lovesick Blues" in a crowded Walmart. The clip landed him two appearances on Ellen, a debut single titled "Famous," and a joint record deal with Atlantic Records and Big Loud, The Ellen Show on YouTube showed.

The yodeling prodigy has previously performed with Hubbard and Kelley at the 2018 Stagecoach Festival in April.

During their set at the Empire Polo Club, Florida Georgia Line welcomed Ramsey onstage to sing "Lovesick Blues" and "Famous."

Though this year's residency will be short-lived, there is always the possibility that Florida Georgia Line and Mason Ramsey will return to Las Vegas in the future.