Lady Antebellum Ticket Information
Most well-known for massive multi-Platinum hits like “Need You Now” and “Just a Kiss,” Lady Antebellum quickly shot to stardom following the release of its self-titled debut album in 2008. From its roots in Nashville to the international acclaim it enjoys today, this trio has produced an impressive catalog of back-to-back country hits that emphasizes the marked vocal talents of each individual member. In addition to commercial success, Lady Antebellum has earned numerous accolades—including several GRAMMY, ACM, and CMA Awards—for its beautiful three-part harmonies and prolific songwriting. This band has continued to evolve with each new effort, and Vivid Seats’ wide selection of Lady Antebellum tickets will let you hear the latest work from the minds of these musical masters live.
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Lady Antebellum Tour
The first headlining Lady Antebellum tour was launched in 2010 in support of the band’s massive hit album “Need You Now.” Since then, fans have been able to see Lady Antebellum live nearly every year thanks to additional acclaimed tours, among them 2011-12’s Own the Night Tour, 2014’s Take Me Downtown Tour, and 2015’s Wheels Up Tour. The impressive trio of performers has earned rave reviews for concerts on each of these ventures, and Lady Antebellum live shows are known to put a spotlight on their powerful vocal talents.
Early in its career, Lady Antebellum reached new fans by touring in support of acts like Martina McBride, Kenny Chesney, and Tim McGraw. In turn, Lady Antebellum tours have introduced audiences to a wealth of talented performers, including opening acts like Hunter Hayes, Kacey Musgraves, Sam Hunt, and others.
Lady Antebellum Ticket Prices
How Much Are Lady Antebellum Tickets?
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How Long Is a Lady Antebellum Concert?
Most Lady Antebellum concerts last between an hour and an hour and a half. The length of the show will depend on the band’s setlist on the day of the concert.
Lady Antebellum Songs and Setlists
According to data on setlist.fm, the three most common Lady Antebellum songs fans hear in concert include the hits “Need You Now,” “I Run to You,” and “Love Don’t Live Here.” Other popular Lady Antebellum songs featured on the group’s setlists over the years include “Our Kind of Love,” “Just a Kiss,” “Lookin’ for a Good Time,” “We Owned the Night,” and “Dancin’ Away with My Heart.”
In addition to playing traditional Lady Antebellum songs, the band is known to cover other artists during live shows. Popular cover songs from previous tours include Avicii’s “Wake Me Up,” Shania Twain’s “Any Man of Mine,” and Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud.”
The most common albums that appear on a Lady Antebellum setlist include “Need You Now,” “Lady Antebellum,” and “Own the Night.”
Each Lady Antebellum concert brings a unique opportunity to hear one of country music’s top groups perform its most recent and career greatest hits in person. View a complete list of upcoming Lady Antebellum concerts at the top of this page to find an upcoming performance taking place near you.