Thanks to the presence of the National Finals Rodeo, the Academy of Country Music Awards and residencies from artists like George Strait, Florida Georgia Line, and Reba McEntire and Brooks & Dunn, Las Vegas has firmly established itself as a country music hot spot over the years. The latest country artist to set down roots in Vegas is Lady Antebellum, whose pop-oriented sounds are a perfect fit for the combination of glamour and twang that makes up Vegas country. It’s no surprise that the group has dubbed its Vegas residency Our Kind of Vegas.

“It’s definitely one of the moments in our career that the three of us are looking at each other, kind of pinching each other,” singer Hillary Scott told CNN when the residency was first announced. The show returns the group behind major hits like “Need You Now,” “Just a Kiss” and “Bartender” to a smaller, scaled-down venue, allowing the three members to really highlight their musicianship.

“I live for those moments to really connect on the deepest level possible with our fans,” Scott told CNN. With a mix of intimacy and spectacle, Lady Antebellum’s kind of Vegas should be exactly what the town is looking for.

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