Lady Antebellum Cancel Houston Show Due to Hurricane Harvey Warnings
Lady Antebellum have canceled their concert scheduled for Houston on Sunday (Aug. 27) due to warnings over a coming hurricane.
"Due to the anticipated weather event in Houston this weekend, and in the interest of fan safety, Sunday's Lady Antebellum You Look Good World Tour stop at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman has been cancelled," LiveNation announced in a statement, adding, "Refunds will be made automatically at point of purchase."
According to forecast data from the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Harvey is expected to make landfall as a "major hurricane." It is predicted to directly impact along the Texas coast Friday evening (Aug. 25) into Saturday morning (Aug. 26).
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ABC affiliate KTRK in Houston reports that a Hurricane Warning has been issued for parts of the Texas coast, with a Tropical Storm Warning issued in other areas and a Storm Surge Warning in effect for some Texas regions.
The trio released their seventh album, Heart Break, in June. The album's first single, "You Look Good," is currently in the Top 10, and they have been promoting it on the road on their You Look Good Tour, which features Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young as support acts.
Lady Antebellum's plans after the tour are unclear. Dave Haywood and Hillary Scott both announced they are expecting their second children in a joint statement on Aug. 17, with Scott revealing that she's actually pregnant with twins.
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