List of Lady A concert tours
The following is a comprehensive list of American country music group, Lady A's concert tours. Lady A has embarked on five headlining concerts tours, one co-headlining concert tour, and one Las Vegas residency.
Need You Now TourEdit
The Need You Now Tour was the first headlining concert tour by Lady Antebellum, supporting their sophomore studio album Need You Now. The tour began on September 20, 2010. David Nail was the opening act.
Own the Night TourEdit
|Tour by Lady Antebellum|
|Associated album||Own the Night|
|Start date||November 11, 2011|
|End date||October 3, 2012|
|No. of shows||85 in North America |
12 in Europe
7 in Australia
|Lady Antebellum concert chronology|
The Own the Night Tour was the second headlining concert tour by Lady Antebellum, supporting their third studio album Own the Night. It began on November 11, 2011, in Knoxville, Tennessee and ended on October 3, 2012, in Sydney, Australia. This was their first world tour visiting Europe and Australia.
- Frankie Ballard (England & Ireland)
- The Band Perry (Australia)
- Luke Bryan (Australia & North America leg 3)
- Edens Edge (North America leg 1)
- Gloriana (Australia & North America leg 2)
- Josh Kelley (North America leg 1)
- Randy Montana (North America leg 1)
- Kacey Musgraves (England & Ireland)
- David Nail (filled in for Thompson Square in Detroit and Evansville)
- Thomas Rhett (North America leg 3)
- Darius Rucker (North America leg 2)
- Thompson Square (North America leg 2)
- Touring band
- Clint Chandler – Mandolin
- Dennis Edwards – Bass guitar
- Jason "Silm" Gambill – Guitar
- Jonathan Long – Accordion, musical director, piano, tambourine
- Chris Tyrrell – Drums
The tour documentary was filmed on June 27, 2012, in North Little Rock, Arkansas at the Verizon Arena.
Mike Hammond, Program Director for WIVK out of Knoxville says, "Lady A has taken their tour to the next level." Their energy, enthusiasm, stage presence, big screen, the music, the stage, etc.This is definitely on the must see list this fall."
Take Me Downtown TourEdit
|Tour by Lady Antebellum|
|Start date||January 10, 2014|
|End date||September 28, 2014|
|No. of shows||72 total|
|Lady Antebellum concert chronology|
The Take Me Downtown Tour was the third headlining tour by Lady Antebellum. The tour began on January 10, 2014, in Peoria, Illinois and ended on September 28, 2014, in the Dominican Republic. The first leg of the tour was announced on July 2013  and the second leg was announced on August 27, 2013. The tour was in support of their fifth studio album, Golden.
The first leg of the tour was originally going to begin on November 8, 2013, but was postponed until January 10, 2014. Lady Antebellum's comment about the postponement was, "To accommodate the new release and in order give you guys the best show possible, we've had to move things around on our tour schedule." The first leg visited sixty cities. It was also announced on the Lady Antebellum site on January 17, 2014, that the tour would be extended to eighty dates. Those dates were added to the summer portion of the tour. On May 19, 2014, it was announced that the group would headline a show on the beach in Atlantic City, New Jersey on August 3 as part of free beach concerts.
The following setlist is representative of the shows on select dates. It is not representative of all shows for the duration of the tour.
|North America leg 1|
|January 10, 2014||Peoria||United States||Peoria Civic Center||Kip Moore
|January 11, 2014||Toledo||Huntington Center|
|January 12, 2014||Roanoke||Roanoke Civic Center|
|January 18, 2014||Fargo||Fargodome|
|January 19, 2014||Rapid City||Rushmore Plaza Civic Center|
|January 23, 2014||Denver||Pepsi Center|
|January 24, 2014||Salt Lake City||EnergySolutions Arena|
|January 25, 2014||Bozeman||Brick Breeden Fieldhouse||8,109 / 8,109||$426,711|
|January 30, 2014||Philadelphia||Wells Fargo Center||N/A||N/A|
|January 31, 2014||Boston||TD Garden||10,921 / 10,921||$673,922|
|February 1, 2014||Uncasville||Mohegan Sun Arena||7,044 / 7,044||$531,856|
|February 7, 2014||Minneapolis||Target Center||10,590 / 10,590||$490,744|
|February 9, 2014||Grand Rapids||Van Andel Arena||9,731 / 9,731||$392,479|
|February 13, 2014||St. Louis||Chaifetz Arena||7,000 / 7,500||$336,227|
|February 14, 2014||Wichita||Intrust Bank Arena||N/A||N/A|
|February 15, 2014||Kansas City||Sprint Center|
|February 21, 2014||Fairfax||Patriot Center||6,973 / 6,973||$380,539|
|February 22, 2014||Greenville||Bon Secours Wellness Arena||8,320 / 8,320||$362,909|
|February 26, 2014||Rosemont||Allstate Arena||8,500 / 8,500||$431,269|
|February 28, 2014||Toronto||Canada||Air Canada Centre||9,090 / 9,090||$653,946|
|March 1, 2014||London||Budweiser Gardens||8,070 / 8,070||$559,036|
|March 5, 2014||Winnipeg||MTS Centre||N/A||N/A|
|March 6, 2014||Saskatoon||Credit Union Centre|
|March 7, 2014||Edmonton||Rexall Place|
|March 8, 2014||Calgary||Scotiabank Saddledome|
|March 10, 2014||Vancouver||Pacific National Exhibition|
|March 12, 2014||Boise||United States||Taco Bell Arena||6,602 / 6,602||$365,150|
|March 14, 2014||Reno||Reno Events Center||5,947 / 5,947||$506,207|
|March 15, 2014||Ontario||Citizens Business Bank Arena||8,285 / 8,285||$486,795|
|March 16, 2014||Fresno||Save Mart Arena||10,102 / 10,102||$374,000|
|March 21, 2014||Las Vegas||Mandalay Bay Events Center||N/A||N/A|
|March 22, 2014||Chula Vista||Sleep Train Amphitheatre|
|March 23, 2014||Phoenix||Ak-Chin Pavilion|
|March 27, 2014||Omaha||CenturyLink Center Omaha|
|March 28, 2014||Tulsa||BOK Center||8,423 / 8,423||$400,413|
|March 29, 2014||Austin||Frank Erwin Center||N/A||N/A|
|April 10, 2014||Evansville||Ford Center|
|April 11, 2014||Atlanta||Aaron's Amphitheatre|
|April 12, 2014||Birmingham||Oak Mountain Amphitheatre|
|North America leg 2|
|April 25, 2014||Raleigh||United States||Walnut Creek Amphitheatre||Billy Currington
|April 26, 2014||Charlotte||PNC Music Pavilion|
|April 27, 2014||Knoxville||Thompson–Boling Arena||8,121 / 8,121||$303,957|
|May 30, 2014||Cincinnati||Riverbend Music Center||Billy Currington
|May 31, 2014||Cuyahoga Falls||Blossom Music Center|
|June 15, 2014||Mountain View||Shoreline Amphitheater|
|June 20, 2014[a]||Mack||Country Jam USA|
|June 21, 2014||Sheridan||Trails End Concert Park|
|June 27, 2014[b]||North Platte||Nebraskaland Days|
|July 4, 2014[c]||Cavendish||Canada||Cavendish Beach Music Festival|
|July 6, 2014||Ottawa||Canada||Ottawa Bluesfest|
|July 19, 2014[d]||Cheyenne||United States||Cheyenne Frontier Days|
|July 22, 2014[e]||Paso Robles||California Mid State Fair|
|July 24, 2014||Noblesville||Klipsch Music Center|
|July 25, 2014[f]||Columbus||Celeste Center|
|July 26, 2014[g]||Harrington||Delaware State Fair|
|July 27, 2014||Wantagh||Nikon at Jones Beach Theater|
|July 30, 2014[h]||Davenport||Mississippi Valley Fair|
|August 2, 2014[i]||George||Watershed Festival|
|August 3, 2014||Atlantic City||Atlantic City Beach||Alex & Sierra
|65,000 / 65,000||N/A|
|August 7, 2014||Aurora||Riveredge Park||Joe Nichols||N/A|
|August 8, 2014||Hinckley||Grand Casino Hinckley Amphitheater|
|August 9, 2014[j]||West Allis||Wisconsin State Fair|
|August 13, 2014||Hamburg||Erie County Fair|
|August 14, 2014||Louisville||Freedom Hall|
|August 16, 2014 [k]||Des Moines||Iowa State Fair|
|August 22, 2014||Clarkston||DTE Energy Music Theatre||Billy Currington
|12,239 / 14,834||$409,968|
|August 23, 2014||Burgettstown||First Niagara Pavilion||N/A||N/A|
|August 28, 2014[l]||Allentown||Allentown Fair||Joe Nichols|
|August 29, 2014||Hopewell||CMAC||Billy Currington|
|August 30, 2014||Bangor||Darling's Waterfront Pavilion|
|August 31, 2014||Gilford||Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion||7,655 / 7,655||$456,006|
|September 6, 2014[m]||York||York Fair||Joe Nichols||N/A||N/A|
|September 7, 2014[n]|
|September 28, 2014||Punta Cana||Dominican Republic||Hard Rock Hotel||Josh Turner|
|Total||218,902 / 221,497 (98%)||$10,820,168|
- The show on June 20, 2014, was a part of Country Jam USA.
- The show on June 27, 2014 was a part of Nebraskaland Days.
- The show on July 4, 2014, was a part of the Cavendish Beach Music Festival.
- The show on July 19, 2014, was a part of Cheyenne Frontier Days.
- The show on July 22, 2014, was a part of the California Mid State Fair.
- The show on July 25, 2014, was a part of the Ohio State Fair.
- The show on July 26, 2014, was a part of the Delaware State Fair.
- The show on July 30, 2014, was a part of the Mississippi Valley Fair.
- The Show on August 2, 2014, was a part of the Watershed Festival.
- The show on July 9, 2014, was a part of the Wisconsin State Fair.
- The show on August 16, 2014, was a part of the Iowa State Fair.
- The show on August 28, 2014, was a part of the Great Allentown Fair.
- The show on September 6, 2014, was a part of the York Fair.
- The show on September 7, 2014, was a part of the Allegan County Fair.
- Cancelled tour dates
- Springfield, Missouri
- Southaven, Mississippi
- Allegan, Michigan (due to the birth of Dave Haywood's baby)
- Rescheduled tour dates
Moved from March 27 at Chesapeake Energy Arena to June 27 at Downtown OKC Airpark.
Wheels Up TourEdit
The Wheels Up Tour was the fourth headlining concert tour by Lady Antebellum, supporting their sixth studio album 747. It began on February 28, 2015, in Oslo, Norway and ended on October 3, 2015, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
You Look Good World TourEdit
The You Look Good World Tour was the fifth headlining concert tour by Lady Antebellum, supporting their seventh studio album Heart Break. It began on May 26, 2017, in Bakersfield, California and ended on October 15, 2017,in Johannesburg, South Africa. This was the first tour that they visited Africa.
Summer Plays On TourEdit
|Tour by Lady Antebellum and Darius Rucker|
|Associated album||Heart Break|
When Was the Last Time
|Start date||July 19, 2018|
|End date||October 6, 2018|
|No. of shows||30|
The Summer Plays On Tour is a current co-headlining concert tour by Lady Antebellum and American singer Darius Rucker. It supports their seventh studio album Heart Break, and Rucker's seventh studio album When Was the Last Time. It began on July 19, 2018, in Toronto, Canada and ended on October 6, 2018, in Bristow, Virginia.
Background and showEdit
The tour was first announced in January 2018. Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum and Rucker both expressed their excitement of touring with each other. Kelley saying, "Darius is one of our closet friends, and so we just feel really excited to get to share this tour and those memories on and off stage with him."
Both acts perform full sets along with a few collaborations.
- Only Lady Antebellum performed at the July 21, 2018, show in Darien, New York.
What A Song Can Do TourEdit
|Tour by Lady A|
|Start date||July 29, 2021|
|End date||October 10, 2021|
|No. of shows||34|
The What A Song Can Do Tour is an upcoming headlining concert tour by Lady A. It scheduled to begin on July 29, 2021, in Uncasville, Connecticut and finish on October 10, 2021, in Gilford, New Hampshire. This is their first headlining tour since 2017, and first arena and amphitheater tour since 2018.
|Our Kind of Vegas||February 8 – August 31, 2019|||
- Shauna "WhiskeyChick" Castorena (May 21, 2010). "Lady Antebellum:The Need You Now 2010 Tour". Country Music News Blog. Retrieved August 13, 2018.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-01-13. Retrieved 2018-09-03.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- whirlwindlouXluvinJB (July 24, 2012). "Lady Antebellum – Introducing The Band And Singing Honey Bee Own The Night World Tour Manchester HD". Retrieved May 28, 2016.
- "Lady A Kicks Off Their Own The Night Tour 2011 with a Sold Out Crowd in Knoxville, Tennessee". Lady Antebellum. Retrieved November 14, 2011.
- Sciarretto, Amy. "Lady Antebellum Announce First Leg of 2013 Take Me Downtown Tour". Taste of Country. Retrieved August 27, 2013.
- Whitaker, Sterling. "Lady Antebellum Announce Second Leg of Take Me Downtown Tour". The Boot. Retrieved August 27, 2013.
- "Attention All Lady A'ers". Lady Antebellum. Retrieved October 14, 2013.
- "Beach Concerts". Retrieved July 10, 2014.
- References for setlists:
- For January 10: "Lady Antebellum Setlist at Peoria Civic Center Theatre, Peoria, IL, USA". setlist.fm. Retrieved January 18, 2014.
- For January 12: "Lady Antebellum Setlist at Roanoke Civic Center, Roanoke, VA, USA". setlist.fm. Retrieved January 18, 2014.
- For January 30: "Lady Antebellum Setlist at Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA, USA". setlist.fm. Retrieved February 4, 2014.
- "Lady Antebellum & Darius Rucker Announce 2018 'Summer Plays On Tour'". Darius Rucker.com. January 17, 2018. Retrieved July 22, 2017.
- McKenna, Brittaney. "Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker Plot Joint 2018 Summer Plays On Tour". Rolling Stone. Retrieved July 22, 2018.
- Nicholson, Jessica (May 19, 2021). "Lady A Announces What A Song Can Do Tour Dates". CMT.com. Country Music Television, Inc. Retrieved May 31, 2021.
- Whitaker, Sterling (May 19, 2021). "Lady A Reveal What a Song Can Do Tour Dates for 2021". Taste of Country. Retrieved July 9, 2021.