Lady A to Play Acoustic Set in Nashville for Fans

“Own the Night: Unplugged” happens Nov. 14 at the Ryman Auditorium.

photo by Adam Boatman/Rock The Boat/The Greenroom PR

Sometime in the past 15 years or so, it became really cool for country acts to play new albums in their entirety at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium.

Miranda Lambert, back in 2009, did that with her Revolution album, and the Dixie Chicks previewed the album Home there in 2002.

Lady Antebellum joins the trend Nov. 14 by playing its hot new album Own the Night, acoustic style, for its fan club members, according to the trio's website.

The $25 tix (limit four per fan club member) went on sale this morning (Oct. 14) through that site, and of course, you can also join the fan club and then try to get tix to the show.

The event is being billed as “Own the Night: Unplugged.”

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