Lady Antebellum Postpones Tour

Moved to Jan. 10 kickoff.

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Lady Antebellum fans are going to have to wait just a little bit longer to hear their favorite band perform their big hits live. The start of the band’s Take Me Downtown Tour has been moved to Jan. 10.

According to ladyantebellum.com, the change was made to accommodate the release of the deluxe edition of their most recent album, Golden, and to create the best possible show. Sounds like it will be worth the wait! Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves are still slated to open on the more-than-60-city tour.

In July, Lady A’s Hillary Scott welcomed her first baby, Eisele Kaye, so the delay gives Hillary, husband Chris and their baby girl a little more bonding time.

For the updated schedule, visit ladyantebellum.populr.me/events.

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