Inside Lady Antebellum’s Headlining Tour

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It’s been a wild and sometimes rough ride (literally) for Lady Antebellum, who gave fans a look at the stage for their current headlining tour, which kicked off Sept. 20 in Orlando, Fla.

“We’ve got some doors here and chandeliers up top,” says Dave Haywood in the group’s Sept. 22 webisode. Charles Kelley chimes in as well, admitting that preparing for the first show is exhilarating and a bit scary. “It’s exciting and nerve-racking all at the same time,” Charles Kelley says. The clip also features a flashback to 2007, when the band was traveling in a Winnebago between shows.

“We moved up from a jeep to a van, to a van with a trailer, and to a Winnebago. Hopefully someday we will have a crappy tour bus, then a decent tour bus, and then a great tour bus,” Charles said then. It looks like those dreams of some luxurious wheels have come true.

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