Lady Antebellum Goes All Out on “Wheels Up Tour”
Grammy Award winning band, Lady Antebellum has taken the flight on its “Wheels Up” tour. Country music sensations started the trek from Europe in February and are now setting the arenas on fire in North America. Speaking of fire, last month on its way to the ACM Awards, the band’s tour bus caught fire but thankfully all the members are alright. Justifiably skittish about boarding the bus again, Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood know that the show must go on and they have to get back on the proverbial horse.
The Nashville trio is really excited about the tour which is in support of its latest album “747”. The members have openly admitted that Coldplay is the inspiration behind the Wheels Up” tour and they have taken a page from its book when it comes to live shows. Coldplay is known for its extravagant concerts and Lady Antebellum will be infusing the same elements this time. The band has gone all out and promised the fans an energetic show featuring lasers and superb technology. In the recently held concerts, crowd was treated to a stage set that resembled an airplane hangar.
In the band’s biggest production to date, it will be joined by the phenomenal entertainer, Hunter Hayes and the hot crooner, Sam Hunt. Ardent fans are ready to pay top bill to catch the energetic Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes & Sam Hunt live. ExciteEvents has revealed the complete list of dates and venues and according to the site, Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Irvine will host the most expensive concert on the tour. Lady Antebellum average tickets price is listed as $263.
On August 29, the tour will stop in Lima as the band will rock the Allen County Fairgrounds arena. It’s stated to be the second most expensive show on the docket, average tickets price being $224. Fans in Rogers are lucky as the average tickets price for the concert in the city is $74, which is also the cheapest show of the tour.
Lady Antebellum is among the headliners at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, where it will be joined by Tim McGraw and Keith Urban. Lady Antebellum tickets sales are soaring for the event, even though its average price is as high as $482.
The “Wheels Up tour” is among the hottest summer events this season and a jam-packed attendance is being anticipated in most of the concerts.
September 3. – Birmingham – Oak Mountain Amphitheatre – AL | Average Ticket Price: $176.67 | Get In Price: $15
September 5. – Tampa – MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre At The Florida State Fairgrounds (formerly Live Nation Amphitheatre) | Average Ticket Price: $131.63 | Get In Price: $9
September 6. – West Palm Beach – Coral Sky Amphitheatre (Formerly Cruzan Amphitheatre) | Average Ticket Price: $126.74 | Get In Price: $14
September 10. – Lexington – Rupp Arena | Average Ticket Price: $131.16 | Get In Price: $51
September 11. – Nashville – Bridgestone Arena | Average Ticket Price: $121.03 | Get In Price: $42
September 12. – Greenville – Bon Secours Wellness Arena (formerly Bi-lo Center) | Average Ticket Price: $140.21 | Get In Price: $56
September 17. – Allegan – Allegan County Fair | Average Ticket Price: $200.57 | Get In Price: $55
September 18. – Burgettstown – First Niagara Pavilion (Formerly Post Gazette Pavilion At Star Lake) | Average Ticket Price: $121.58 | Get In Price: $8
September 19. – Camden – Susquehanna Bank Center | Average Ticket Price: $149.5 | Get In Price: $15
October 2. – Las Vegas – Route 91 Harvest Festival Grounds | Average Ticket Price: $481.91 | Get In Price: $370