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Lambert starts tour

Thursday, July 15, 2021 – Miranda Lambert is hitting the road for a string of summer headlining dates, fairs and festivals beginning July 17 in Belmont, Ohio.
Lambert's summer dates include three nights at the Whitewater Amphitheater in New Braunfels, Texas .

Lambert recently released "Tequila Does (Telemitry Remix)," her first-ever remix. Her latest single "Settling Down" is Top 5 at country radio, while "Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)" Lambert's song with Elle King is on the Billboard adult contemporary chart. In May, she released "The Marfa Tapes, Vol. 1" with Jack Ingram and Jon Randall, a stripped down effort.

Tour dates are:
July 17 Valley View Campground — Belmont, OH
July 23 Porter County Fair — Valparaiso, IN
July 24 Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort — Mount Pleasant, MI
July 31 Guthrie's River Ruckus — Guthrie Center, IA
Aug. 5 Daily's Place Amphitheater — Jacksonville, FL
Aug. 6 Ameris Bank Amphitheatre — Alpharetta, GA
Aug. 7 River Park Amphitheater — Wilmington, NC
Aug. 12 Choctaw Grand Theater — Durant, OK
Aug. 13 Choctaw Grand Theater — Durant, OK
Aug. 14 Rock The South — Cullman, AL
Aug. 20-22 Whitewater Amphitheater — New Braunfels, TX
Aug. 26 Minnesota State Fair — Saint Paul, MN
Aug. 27 A Night in the Country East — Mill Spring, NC
Aug. 28 Country Spirit Music Festival — Glenmoore, PA
Sept. 2 Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys — South Lake Tahoe, NV
Sept. 4 Laughlin Events Center — Laughlin, NV
Nov. 12 Tortuga Music Festival — Fort Lauderdale, FL
Nov. 14 ilani Casino Resort - Cowlitz Ballroom — Ridgefield, WA

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