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GRAMMY WINNING TRIO LADY ANTEBELLUM ANNOUNCES FIRST LEG
OF THE OWN THE NIGHT 2011 TOUR KICKING OFF NOV. 11
 
“We Owned The Night” Just Released As Second Single From
The Trio's 3rd Disc OWN THE NIGHT
 
 
Nashville, Tenn. – Aug. 15, 2011 – After selling out every city on the group's first-ever headlining tour, multi-platinum group Lady Antebellum announced today that they will launch the first leg of their OWN THE NIGHT 2011 TOUR on Nov. 11 in Knoxville, Tenn.  Both the tour name and trio’s upcoming album OWN THE NIGHT were inspired by the album’s second single, the anthemic “We Owned The Night.”  The track is now available for airplay at country radio stations and will be available tonight at 11:00P CT on iTunes. The album will be in stores on Sept. 13.

"We named our new album 'Own The Night' after one of our favorite songs ‘We Owned The Night’ off the new album, and felt it was a great description of how we wanted our fans to spend each night of tour with us," explains Lady A's Dave Haywood.  "When people come out to our live show or hear the song on the radio it's a call to action. Be confident, live in the moment and enjoy the experiences you're going through—own them.”

For a preview of "We Owned The Night," Click Here: http://www.thegreenroompr.com/ladyantebellum.html
The first leg of the 21-city arena tour will feature special guest Josh Kelley and a combination Eden’s Edge and Randy Montana in the opening slot. Tickets for the opening night in Knoxville, Tenn. will be available on Aug. 26 to the public.

OWN THE NIGHT 2011 TOUR
11/11              Knoxville, Tenn.                     Knoxville Coliseum*
11//12             Macon, Ga.                           Macon Centreplex*
11/13              Pikeville, Ky.                         East Kentucky Expo Center*
11/16              El Paso, Texas                     El Paso County Coliseum*
11/17              Phoenix, Ariz.                       Grand Canyon University*
11/18              Las Vegas, Nev.                   The Joint @ The Hard Rock*
11/25              Huntsville, Ala.                     Von Braun Civic Center**
11/26              Florence, S.C.                      Florence Civic Center**
11/27              Savannah, Ga.                     Savannah Civic Center**
12/1                Colorado Springs, Colo.       Colorado Springs World Arena**
12/2                Lubbock, Texas                    City Bank Coliseum**
12/3                Wichita Falls, Texas              Kay Yeager Coliseum**
12/4                Belton, Texas                        Bell County Expo Center**
12/8                La Crosse, Wis.                    La Crosse Center Arena**
12/9                Sioux City, Iowa                    Tyson Center**
12/10              Springfield, Mo.                     JQH Arena**
12/11              Murray, Ky.                            CFSB Center**
12/15              Amherst, Mass.                    The Mullins Center**
12/16              Wilkes-Barre, Pa.                  Mohegan Sun Arena**
12/17              Roanoke, Va.                        Roanoke Civic Center**
12/18              Morgantown, W.Va.               WVU Coliseum**                 

*Tour Dates with Randy Montana
**Tour Dates with Eden’s Edge

Lady Antebellum will release their third Capitol Nashville studio album OWN THE NIGHT on Sept. 13, 2011. The album’s record breaking lead single “Just A Kiss” recently spent multiple weeks at the top of radio charts in the U.S. and Canada and has sold over 1.1 million downloads. OWN THE NIGHT is the follow-up to the band’s GRAMMY winning second disc NEED YOU NOW.  Since its release in Jan. 2010, the album has sold over five million copies across the globe, spawned three multi-week No. one hits (“Need You Now,” “American Honey,” “Our Kind of Love”), and scored five GRAMMY Awards (for a career total of six), as well as over a dozen other award show trophies.

For a full list of tour dates and ticket info, visit www.ladyantebellum.com.

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