Lady Antebellum’s Big Entrance in San Jose? Not So Big

Platform gets stuck halfway up to the main stage at the start of the concert.

Lady Antebellum added lots of bells and whistles to this year's tour, but they fell flat at the start of the show Friday (March 23) in San Jose, Calif., according to a nearby newspaper.

The trio makes its entrance on a platform that comes up from under the stage. But the platform got stuck about halfway up, leaving Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood and Hillary Scott, well, kinda stuck.

Charles eventually yelled, "The hell with this," and climbed up to the stage. Well, the concert reviewer added that it was “an awkward climb.”

But the three had fun joking around about it during the rest of the show.

“I think that was the most professional entrance I’ve ever seen,” Charles said.

Hillary told the crowd: “I have to note that I crawled out of that hole wearing leather pants.”

 

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