This past Saturday (September 9th), Lady Antebellum took control of the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville for the final night of You Look Good Tour. The tour was a hometown show for both, Lady Antebellum and Kelsea Ballerini. Fans flooded into the arena adorned with Lady A and Kelsea attire. The You Look Good Tour also featured California native Brett Young who was presented with a certified GOLD plaque for his debut self-titled album during his set on the final night of tour.
As the lights started to dim inside of the arena fans began to cheer as Brett Young opened the show sporting a Nashville Titans jersey. Brett played several fan favors including “In Case You Didn’t Know”, “Like I Loved You” & “Close Enough”.In between production changes the fans could be seen dancing on the “Lady A Dance Cam”.
Next up fans were beyond excited for country princess Kelsea Ballerini. As lights began to twinkle on the video boards on reminiscent of Neverland, Ballerini appeared as the arena let out a huge applause. Ballerini opened with “Love Me Like You Mean It”and included some fan favorites such as “Dibs”,”Roses”,”Peter Pan” and closing with “Yeah Boy”.
As fans waited with baited breath and beers in hand the video screens lit up with neon signs stating “Welcome to Nashville” as the country trio appeared with a full piece jazz band courtesy of Nashville School of the Arts.The energy inside of the arena could be felt throughout, it was evident Lady Antebellum was home.They opened with “Downtown” followed by “Our Kind of Love”, “This City” and “Dancin Away With My Heart”. This trio truly knows how to put on a show playing a whooping 18 song set followed by an two song encore. If that was not enough the group had some surprises for fans which included several cover songs “Leaving Nashville”(Charles Kelly), “You’re Still The One”(Shania Twain) and “Crazy in Love”(Beyonce) in which Kelsea joined Hillary on stage for.We all know it would not be an Lady Antebellum show if they did not close the show with “Need You Know”.The You Look Good Tour was finally home in Nashville and we could not be happier to have been able to witness in person.
Photos & Review by our Photographer Amy Wolff