Second Lady Antebellum show added for May

Tickets on sale at noon today

Lady Antebellum fans have a second chance to get tickets for the performance in May - a second show was added after tickets sold out in three minutes early Friday morning.
Friday, Dec. 2, 2011 10:43 AM
Last updated 10:48 AM
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A second Lady Antebellum performance has been added for May 23 at James Brown Arena. The show was added after tickets for the initial May 22 concert sold out in 3 minutes this morning.

Fans can purchase tickets beginning at noon today for the May 23 performance at, 1-877-4-AUGTIX or the Champion’s Box Office at the James Brown Arena.

The tour, sponsored by GAC, will feature special guest Thompson Square.

Lady Antebellum performed Oct. 28 at Evans Town Center Park and the new pavilion named to honor the hometown connection of band members Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, who graduated from Lakeside High School.

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athome 12/02/11 - 02:33 pm
To say they sold out in 3

To say they sold out in 3 minutes is deceptive. Many tickets were sold in pre-sales before the general access this morning. Fan clubs of radio stations, the performers, the venues, etc were given access to purchase tickets yesterday or before. I wonder how many tickets were even available at 10am today?

ponytailfnp 12/02/11 - 06:28 pm
yes, slightly deceptive, but

yes, slightly deceptive, but if there is that much demand, I am very glad they added a second concert. Plus, gives their parents a special night with them at home!!!

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