Lady Antebellum Sells Out Two Shows at Nashville’s Ryman in Minutes
On January 15, Lady Antebellum tickets went on sale for their headlining debut concert in Nashville. The show sold out in just thirty minutes.
Because the show on March 11 sold out so quickly, a second show was promptly added by the group for March 10. That one sold out too, again within thirty minutes, solidifying the hometown appeal of the trio.
Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum said, we want to say thank you to our fans. They are the world’s best fans. They’ve given us the honor to be able to play two nights in a row at legendary Ryman Auditorium. We feel we are truly living our dream.
So far there aren’t any rumors floating out there regarding a third show in Nashville. However, never say never. Meanwhile, recently Lady Antebellum celebrated 2009′s longest chart topper with “Need You Now,” the title and lead track from the band’s new album set to be released on January 26. The song was at No. 1 for five consecutive weeks and is also certified platinum.
Lady Antebellum is scheduled to perform in this year’s Grammy Awards show that will be televised on January 31 live. They have also received two Grammy nominations. “I Run To You” has been nominated for Best Country Song and Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals.