Saturday, August 8, 2015 at 7:00 PM
Lady Antebellum loves playing on stage, and the country trio is set to hit the road again in 2015 on their “Wheels Up 2015 Tour”. Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt will join the group as opening acts.
The tour will kick off in February 2015, making stops in Australia and a few European cities before heading back to the States in May. Dublin and London shows are both scheduled. Once back in the US, Lady A will hit up more than three dozen cities coast to coast as well as a few dates in Canada.
Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt will also be juggling their own headlining shows while joining the group on tour.
Lady A will also continue their 7FOR7 campaign during the North American leg of their tour. The group will be paying off the mortgages of seven families as part of their wish-granting initiative. Last year, Lady A gave away a Disney vacation and a classroom full of musical instruments among other wishes.
Tickets for the tour went on sale to the general public on January 26th. More dates will likely be added to the tour as it draws closer. Some of the scheduled shows will be a part of the Country Megaticket event.
It’s too early to tell what the trio of acts will be playing on stage. But we can expect Lady A to perform their hits “Just a Kiss,” “Need You Know,” “Bartender” and “I Run to You”.
Hunter Hayes will likely perform “I Want Crazy,” “Invisible” and “Rainy Season”. As for Sam Hunt, fans can expect him to play “Leave the Night On,” “Take Your Time” and “Break Up in a Small Town”.
Lady Antebellum is a country music group formed in 2006 in Nashville. The group consists of Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott, the daughter of country music legend Linda Davis.
The group made their debut in 2007 and have since released five albums. Their single “Need You Know” spent five weeks at Number One. The single “Just a Kiss” also charted at Number One on the Adult Contemporary charts. Since 2013, the group has sold more than 12.5 million digital singles and 10 million albums.
Hunter Hayes is an American country singer and multi-instrumentalist. He can play more than 30 instruments. His self-titled debut album was released in 2011 and reached number seven on the Billboard 200.