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Little Big Town Extends Their Ryman Auditorium Residency

Little Big Town's first-ever Ryman Auditorium residency just got a little bigger. The celebrated four-piece group just added four more dates to their historic arrangement.

The critically acclaimed band will perform shows at the famous Nashville venue on July 28 and 29, as well as Nov. 27. In even better news, they now plan on announcing more shows throughout the year.

The band scheduled the original six shows for Feb. 24—25, May 19—20 and Sept. 15—16. Fans eagerly snatched up tickets to those now sold out performances. Tickets for the newly announced shows go on sale Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. CT.

Amazingly, the Little Big Town Ryman residency marks the first time ever a musical act established a residency at the venue. That means throughout more than 100 years of history, the venue never reached a residency agreement with the hundreds of country legends from Nashville.

Along with being part of the historic occasion, fans who bought tickets get a copy of Little Big Town's new album The Breaker. That record releases on Feb. 24, the first day of the official residency.

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Tickets really aren't too expensive, either. They range in price from $50 to $90 and VIP options are also available. Every performance features a new opener. As of right now, Brent Cobb opens on Feb. 24 and Ashley Monroe is set to perform at the Feb. 25 show.

Ever since 2014's Pain Killer, the band has been on a tear. Little Big Town released their first single off new album The Breaker late last year, called "Better Man." The song quickly rose to the top of the charts as the band revealed the sole writing credit belonged to Taylor Swift.

The band also have plenty of other tour dates on the books for 2017. In addition to the Ryman, Little Big Town have slots at several festivals throughout the year and performances on Carnival cruises. You can find a full list of upcoming tour stops at their official website.

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