Lady Antebellum Announces “Ping Pong & Songs”

Fans may or may not be aware by now, but the members of Lady Antebellum love to play ping-pong backstage while they're on tour. The trio's Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley are serious about it, even referring to their doubles team as "The Dynasty."

Fittingly, the group is serving up the inaugural Ping Pong & Songs fundraiser March 23 in Nashville. The event will combine a celebrity table-tennis tournament with a songwriters' round to benefit the group's charitable initiative, LadyAID. Tickets go on sale Friday, Feb. 15.

“This is really a dream day for us . . . getting friends and fans together to play ping-pong, play music and raise money for LadyAID,” said Dave. “Charles and I . . . better known as The Dynasty . . . will challenge anyone who wants to try and take us at the table! It's going to be a total blast.”

For tickets and more information on how to register to play, visit ladyaid.org.

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