Lady Antebellum delays concert tour — including Chicago gig

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Lady Antebellum has announced it’s postponing the start of its 60-date concert tour — including the country trio’s Nov. 15 gig at Allstate Arena.

The Nashville-based group posted a statement on its website saying the tour will now being Jan. 10 in Peoria. They had been scheduled to kick things off Nov. 8 in Omaha, meaning 17 shows will need to be rescheduled. A new date for the Allstate Arena concert is likely to be announced shortly.

The website announcement explained the postponement is due in part to events surrounding the Nov. 12 release of a deluxe version of its latest album, “Golden.”

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