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Lady Antebellum is extending their "Take Me Downtown" trek into 2014.  And the band's Charles Kelley found a creative way to spread the news.  The country singer demonstrated his skills as a celebrity impersonator in a video announcing the new tour dates.  He names the trek's opening acts as Doobie Brother Michael McDonald. 

Charles also appears in the clip as Luke Bryan, Lady Gaga, Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, and a naked Justin Bieber - playing a strategically placed guitar. 

Lady A's new string of dates begins in Charleston, West Virginia on January 9th, and continues into April.  The group will launch their "Take Me Downtown Tour" in Southaven, Mississippi on November 8th. 

Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves are on board as openers for both the 2013 and 2014 shows. 

Lady Antebellum "Take Me Downtown Tour" 2014 Dates 

January 9 - Charleston, West Virginia, at the Charleston Civic Center 
January 10 - Raleigh, North Carolina, at the PNC Arena 
January 14 - Cincinnati, Ohio, at the U.S. Bank Arena 
January 18 - Wichita, Kansas, at the Intrust Bank Arena 
January 19 - Lubbock, Texas, at the United Spirit Arena 
January 30 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at the Wells Fargo Center 
February 7 - Tampa, Florida, at the Tampa Bay Times Forum 
February 8 - Jacksonville, Florida, at the Veterans Memorial Arena 
February 14 - Bossier City, Louisiana, at the CenturyLink Center 
February 15 - Birmingham, Alabama, at the BJCC Arena 
February 16 - Lafayette, Louisiana, at the Cajundome 
February 20 - Washington, DC, at the Verizon Center 
February 21 - New York, New York, at Madison Square Garden 
February 22 - Uncasville, Connecticut, at the Mohegan Sun Arena 
February 28 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the Air Canada Centre 
March 1 - London, Ontario, Canada, at the Budweiser Gardens 
March 6 - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, at the Credit Union Centre 
March 7 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, at the Rexall Place 
March 8 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada, at the Scotiabank Saddledome 
March 10 - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, at the Pacific National Exhibition 
March 12 - Boise, Idaho, at the Taco Bell Arena 
March 14 - Reno, Nevada, at the Lawler Events Center 
March 15 - Ontario, California, at the Citizens Business Bank Arena 
March 16 - Fresno, California, at the Save Mart Center 
March 18 - Los Angeles, California, at the Staples Center 
March 21 - Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center 
March 22 - San Diego, California, at the Valley View Casino Center 
March 24 - Phoenix, Arizona, at the US Airways Center 
March 25 - Las Cruces, New Mexico, at the Pan American Center 
March 27 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at the Chesapeake Energy Arena 
March 28 - Tulsa, Oklahoma, at the BOK Center 
April 11 - Atlanta, Georgia, at the Philips Arena 
April 12 - New Orleans, Louisiana, at the New Orleans Arena 
April 26 - Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Time Warner Cable Arena 
April 27 - Knoxville, Tennessee, at the Thompson-Boling Arena