Not to be outdone by Britney Spears‘ latest Las Vegas announcement, CMA “Vocal Group of the Year” nominee Lady Antebellum has announced their first-ever Las Vegas residency. Called “Our Kind of Vegas,” the big event is scheduled to launch on February 8th at the Palms Casino Resort’s Pearl Concert Theater.

As the first Country act to headline the venue, the seven-time Grammy award-winning trio will bring their favorite songs and dazzling sets to Sin City. The group has planned stripped-down performances each night that will often feature the songwriters behind the group’s fan-favorite hits.

Live Nation is the official promoter for the one-of-a-kind residency with tickets becoming available to fan club members Monday, Oct. 29 before the public on sale Friday, Nov. 2 at 10 a.m. PT through

“Las Vegas has always been a special place for us both personally and as a band,” said Hillary Scott. “I’ve celebrated my birthday in Vegas and we won our first award ever as Lady A at the ACM Awards. So, we are looking forward to making it our second home, bringing along some of our friends from Nashville and creating a show unlike we’ve ever put together before.”

“We’re so excited to welcome Lady Antebellum to Palms in 2019,” said Jon Gray, General Manager of Palms Casino Resort. “Our residencies represent a diverse variety of musical genres and to feature such a respected country group like Lady A is sure to be a huge hit with all their fans around the world.”

OUR KIND OF VEGAS 2019 – all show times 9 p.m.: Feb. 8, 9, 13, 15, 16; May 10, 11, 15, 17, 18; and Aug. 23, 24, 28, 30, 31.

Lady Antebellum has sold over 18 million album units and 34 million tracks, with over two billion digital streams. In addition to critical acclaim the trio has nine Number-One hits to their name including the 9X PLATINUM hit “Need You Now” which is the highest certified song by a Country group. Lady A has earned ACM and CMA “Vocal Group of the Year” trophies three years in a row and countless other honors including seven GRAMMY awards, Billboard Music Awards, People’s Choice Awards and Teen Choice Awards along with first-ever Tony Award nod this year.