The Dixie Chicks Replace Lady A for Canadian Festival

Dixie Chicks

Craven Country Jamboree organizers announced today (12/18) the Dixie Chicks will replace Lady Antebellum as headliners for the Canadian festival on Saturday, July 13.

“We knew we had to find something extra special to replace Lady Antebellum when the band canceled their summer dates due to Hillary Scott’s pregnancy,” said Kim Blevins, Director of marketing. “We are extremely excited that we can offer a taste of country music royalty.”

The female trio joins additional performers including Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw, Randy Travis, Scotty McCreery, Phil Vassar, Brantley Gilbert, Doc Walker, Sawyer Brown, Chad Brownlee, Gloriana, High Valley, Small Town Pistols, Jason Blaine, and Bill Anderson.

The Dixie Chicks last toured in 2010 with The Eagles, but have largely remained on hiatus since 2008.

Tickets are available for the 4-day July 11-14 festival, here.

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