Lady Antebellum tickets for their upcoming tour go onsale to the public beginning Friday, September 13th for select dates.
Ever since 2009, Lady Antebellum has been selling out arenas around the world. The trio wasted little time in becoming one of the most popular country acts and have not missed a beat since. Even with Hillary Scott pregnant, the band still performed for their fans until Scott was told to stay home. Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood have continued to do their own thing while Scott is away being a mom, but she won’t have much time before hitting the road again. The trio will head out for the “Take Me Downtown Tour” from November through April.
The North American tour will take Lady Antebellum and their opening acts, Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves to more than 60 cities across the United States and Canada. The tour will open up with shows in the Midwest before heading to the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois; Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado; Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut before closing out the tour in April in Knoxville, Tennessee at the Thompson-Boiling Arena.
Despite not being on the road lately, Lady Antebellum has found a way to stay in the news. Earlier this week, as the Country Music Association Award nominees were announced, the trio picked up nominations in the “Vocal Group of the Year” and “Music Video of the Year” for Downtown. The trio would love to add to their collection of awards that already includes seven Grammy Awards and various CMT Music Awards, Academy of Country Awards, American Country Awards, Billboard Music Awards.
Those looking to see Lady Antebellum this winter should be encouraged to attend a show, especially considering the open acts of Moore and Musgraves. Anyone that has seen Moore perform live can attest to the fact that he puts on a great show each night. As for Musgraves, she is one of the brightest stars in country music. She was recently nominated for five CMA awards including “Female Vocalist of the Year,” “New Artist of the Year,” “Album of the Year” for Same Trailer Different Park, “Single of the Year” for Merry Go Round, and “Song of the Year” for Merry Go Round.