Lambert's announces first shows in a year
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
– Miranda Lambert is gearing up for her concerts in more than one year.
The singer announced she will do three nights, April 22-24, at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth, Texas.
First concert in over a year. Texas , I can't wait to come home," said on Instagram. "Join RanFans to get presale tickets at miranda.to/billybobs."
Lambert, who just was on a sightseeing tour with her husband in the southeast, underscored that precautions would be taken due to Covid. *We're doing this safely and right. Show will be reduced capacity and distanced with strict COVID protocols in place.*
Tickets will range between $50-200 plus taxes and fees. The pre-sale to Lambert's fan club starts at 11 a.m. eastern, Wednesday and to the general public at 11 a.m. eastern this Friday.
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