Miranda Lambert just announced a mini residency of sorts in her home state, which will include three nights of shows at the Whitewater Amphitheater in New Braunfels, Texas.
On May 24th, 26th and 27th, Miranda will perform at what will likely to be three different sold-out concerts with fellow Texans Wade Bowen (who will open all nights), Adam Hood, Jake Worthington and Calder Allen, who will rotate as openers.
Miranda shared the news on Instagram this morning, saying she’s finally “coming back home”:
“Texas I’m coming back home!! Presale begins tomorrow. Join my fan club on my website for first access to tickets.”
If you’re anywhere near New Braunfels or are looking to take a trip to Texas sometime next year, this is definitely a can’t-miss show with a top-tier billing that I hope she might bring on tour to this rest of us sometime in 2024.
And hopefully, she might also have an updated set list because we’re well overdue for a new Miranda record in my very humble opinion, especially now that she is no longer with her previous label, Sony.
Public ticket on-sale for this trio of Texas shows starts this Friday, December 15th:
This news comes on the heels that Miranda and her friend and longtime collaborator Jon Randall will be starting new label, a subsidiary of Nashville’s Big Loud, called Big Loud Texas.
It’s likely that we’ll start seeing Miranda working more closely with Texas artists, as she starts this new venture in helping young up-and-comers build a career outside of the Lone Star state, similar to what she’s done so successfully for the better part of 20 years now.
Miranda also recently announced the final dates for the Velvet Rodeo Las Vegas residency, which will wrap up in April of next year.