Lady Antebellum seems to be on the top of their game right now with several songs gracing the airwaves and their very own headlining tour.
However, for one night, the country trio will put all of that on pause for a benefit concert on February 18 at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon. All proceeds of this concert will go toward the W.O. Smith Music School, where music lessons are offered to children from low-income families.
This outreach is not unheard of for the superstars. Recently, they spent time working with St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Musicians On Call and Nashville flood relief.
Previously, the W.O. Smith concert has welcomed Dolly Parton, Little Big Town, Keith Anderson, Rascal Flatts, Kellie Pickler and Jason Carroll. This is the fourth year for the benefit show. More performers will be announced in the near future, and tickets are already on sale. They can be purchased by calling Wildhorse Saloon or visiting their website.
Lady Antebellum’s appearance at this show will be only five days after the Grammy Awards, where they are leading the pack for the country world with six nominations. After the Wildhorse show, they will be continuing on their tour with shows in Oklahoma, Florida and California. They will then be switching gears and traveling to Australia, where they will be the opening artists for Keith Urban’s Get Closer World Tour.