When Lady Antebellum returns to Augusta this month, a portion of the country music trio’s May 23 show will benefit the Georgia Health Sciences Children’s Medical Center.
Hometown fans have another chance to see Columbia County boys Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood and to help raise funds for the region’s only children’s hospital. $5 from every ticket purchased (from a limited number of inventory) for the May 23 performance at James Brown Arena will go to the Children's Medical Center.
To purchase tickets and support the Children’s Medical Center, click here and enter promotional code GAHEALTH.
For more information about this fundraiser, call Rebecca Bruni in the office of Advancement and Community Relations at Georgia Health Sciences University at 706-721-4002
About GHS Children’s Medical Center
The 154-bed Georgia Health Sciences Children's Medical Center is the second largest children's hospital in the state, providing the highest level of pediatric critical care and neonatal intensive care as well as a wide range of general and complex health care for children.
About Lady Antebellum
Lady Antebellum is a country music group that formed in 2006 in Nashville, Tenn. Its members include lead vocalists Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott, and background vocalist, guitar, mandolin and piano player Dave Haywood. Lady Antebellum’s quick rise to fame has earned the group dozens of awards, including seven from the Academy of Country Music, six from the Country Music Association, two American Music Awards and seven Grammys. For more information, please visit ladyantebellum.com.