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Lambert plays the wildcard

Friday, September 20, 2019 – Miranda Lambert, currently on the road with her Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour , returns to action in February with a tour in 2020.

The Wildcard Tour, named for Lambert's Nov. 1 seventh-studio album, features 27 dates in the U.S. and Canada, including a Jan. 24 stop at Nashville's own Bridgestone Arena.

"The essence of a wildcard is always having something up your sleeve, in whatever capacity that means to you," said Lambert. "It is universal. Which is why I'm excited to kick off this tour with an incredible group of talented artists. We're going to have a blast."

Cody Johnson and LANCO join as support for the majority of the run, with Texas compatriots Randy Rogers Band and Parker McCollum opening shows in Kansas City, Tulsa and Dallas.

The tour will feature the return of Lambert's MuttNation Foundation campaign, Fill the Little Red Wagon presented by Tractor Supply Company. Fans are encouraged to help shelter pets in each tour city by donating dog food, treats, supplies and cash at each venue's entrance prior to the show. Dog-loving supporters who complete a sign-up form at the donation point will also be entered to win a meet and greet with Lambert.

Tour dates are:
Jan. 16 BancorpSouth Arena || Tupelo, Miss.
Jan. 17 Mississippi Coast Coliseum || Biloxi, Miss.
Jan. 18 Legacy Arena at the BJCC || Birmingham, Ala.
Jan. 23 Verizon Arena || Little Rock, Ark.
Jan. 24 Bridgestone Arena || Nashville, Tenn.
Jan.25 Ford Center || Evansville, Ind. < BR>Jan. 31 Vivint Smart Home Arena || Salt Lake City, Utah
Feb. 1 Pepsi Center || Denver, Colo.
Feb. 20 Honda Center || Anaheim, Calif.
Feb. 22 Toyota Arena || Ontario, Calif.
Feb. 28 SAP Center || San Jose, Calif.
Feb. 29 Golden 1 Center || Sacramento, Calif.
April 23 Ford Idaho Center Arena || Boise, Idaho
April 24 Spokane Arena || Spokane, Wash.
April 25 Rogers Arena || Vancouver, British Columbia
April 30 Rogers Place || Edmonton, Alberta
May 1 Brandt Centre || Regina, Saskatchewan
May 2 Bell MTS Place || Winnipeg, Manitoba
May 5 Budweiser Gardens || London, Ontario
May 7 Tribute Communities Centre || Oshawa, Ontario
May 8 Canadian Tire Centre || Ottawa, Ontario,
May 9
May 9 Bell Centre || Montreal, Quebec Featuring Randy Rogers Band and Parker McCollum
Feb. 6 Sprint Center || Kansas City, Mo
Feb. 7 BOK Center || Tulsa, Okla.
Feb. 8 American Airlines Center || Dallas, Texas Featuring LANCO with additional support TBA:
Feb. 21 Viejas Arena || San Diego, Calif.
Feb. 27 Save Mart Center || Fresno, Calif.


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