Lady Antebellum returning to Augusta for charity concert

 

Country music trio Lady Antebellum will return to Augusta for a concert benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Augusta.

The concert is April 29 at the Lady Antebellum Pavilion, according to the Kicks 99 Web site. Tickets go on sale March 14 and can be purchased online.

Band members Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood graduated from Lakeside High School in 2000. The pavilion at Columbia County’s Evans Towne Center Park was named in the band’s honor in 2011.

Lady Antebellum’s fourth album Golden has produced a No. 1 country hit Downtown. The group has won multiple Grammy and County Music Association awards.

The group has returned to the road for the first time since vocalist Hillary Scott gave birth to her first child in July.

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