You Look Good Tour
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September 7, 2017
If there’s one thing Lady Antebellum knows how to do, it’s putting on
a show of thrills for their biggest fans during the summer.
Currently, out on the You Look Good Tour, the country trio brought
along acts Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young to open up the show with a
bang. During their concert in Tampa, Young warmed up the
audience’s vocal chords as they chimed into his hits like “Sleep
Without You” and “In Case You Didn’t Know.”
Ballerini stepped in following Young’s set to make ‘Legends’ of the
Tampa crowd by mixing up a setlist of her new licks and old favorites.
No set by the country rookie would be complete without performing some of her top No. 1 songs like “Peter Pan,” “Love Me Like You Mean It,” “Dibs” and more.
When it was time for Lady Antebellum to arrive and the lights went
dim, you could tell fans were holding their breath and awaiting the
mega country trio with honest fervor and excitement.
Hitting the stage with “Downtown” off their record, Golden, the crowds erupted in cheers
as the instantly catchy, pop-leaning country track epitomized a burst
of enthralling sunshine with a melody full of charming vocals and a
nice twangy guitar solo balanced with some steel guitars.
After Scott, Kelley and Dave Haywood sang their number one hit, they
went into “Our Kind of Love, followed by the debut of their upbeat
track, “This City” off their new album, Heart Break. Complemented by a
neon sign that read, “Welcome to Tampa” as they performed, the fans
certainly loved it.
Lady Antebellum sang plenty of fan favorites, like “Dancin’ Away With
My Heart,” “Compass” blended with “We Owned the Night” and even
injected some United States to “American Honey” that really made
From their very first single to their most recent hit, Lady Antebellum
covered a lot of ground during their stunning 19-song set with
appreciated banter and humbleness, while playing their hearts out.
Ensuring that everyone was entertained, at every minute, Heart Break
now joins their previous hits for a growing set list that has become
more inventive and robust with a fresh sound that will keep country
fans coming back for more.