Lambert swings into action on Aldean tour

Thursday, January 30, 2014 – Miranda Lambert will join Jason Aldean on his 2014 Burn It Down Tour, playing baseball stadiums.

Lambert will open for Aldean in Cleveland on July 18, Cincinnati on July 19 and Pittsburgh on July 26.

Lambert and Aldean announced her inclusion via Twitter on Wednesday.

Aldean tweeted: "Hey y'all- we need another player for our wiffle ball games in the ballparks this summer on the #BurnItDownTour. Who's in?"

Lambert stepped up to the plate: "Hey @Jason_Aldean It's been a while since I swung a bat, but I'm up to the challenge:)"

Aldean: "@mirandalambert Hell yeah! It's a deal. Why don't you stay and play a few songs too? #BurnItDownTour"

Lambert: ".@Jason_Aldean Tell me when and where and I'll be there. #BurnItDownTour"

Lambert: ".@Jason_Aldean Tell me when and where and I'll be there. #BurnItDownTour"

Aldean: "Cool. It's official. @mirandalambert is joining us @Indians @CincinnatiReds @Pirates - More info at http://jasonaldean.com #BurnItDownTour"

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