Miranda Lambert - Huge Career Announcement

Mar 31, 2022 - 01:15
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Miranda Lambert - Huge Career Announcement

The celebrity annouced the news on Instagram.

Miranda Lambert is on her way to Las Vegas! The country music artist wowed fans with an announcement they couldn't stop talking about.

Miranda announced her Velvet Rodeo Las Vegas Residency on Wednesday with an amazing social media post.

"I'm coming to Vegas y'all!" the singer said beside a photo of herself in a plunging black top and cowboy hat. Velvet Rodeo, my new residence, comes this autumn!

"The pre-sale begins on April 1. To acquire presale tickets, join RanFans at mirandalambert.com."

Her followers were ecstatic at the announcement and instantly began commenting, "OMG," and "Wow," while others claimed they were counting down the days before they could acquire their tickets.

Velvet Rodeo by Miranda Lambert The Las Vegas Residency will be held in the Zappos Theater inside the Planet Holywood Resort & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.

The announcement of the performance follows her ACM Entertainer of the Year award earlier this month.

Miranda was unable to receive her award at the Nashville event since she was absent for the first time in 17 years.

Instead, she chatted to presenter Dolly Parton electronically from a hotel room in the United Kingdom, saying, "Dolly, oh my my, I can't believe it."

She expressed her sadness at not being able to personally accept her award, saying, "It's my first time missing the ACMs in 17 years, so my heart's a bit crushed."

"I've been waiting for this for a long time, and I honestly believed it would never happen."

"I'd want to thank the country music family for welcoming and supporting me."

Miranda Lambert made a surprise appearance in Nashville on Wednesday, performing with her longtime buddy Wade Bowen.

Miranda captioned the photo, which included many photographs of the two performing together, “Can’t make old friends.“Singing with you, @wadebowen, always makes my heart happy. Thank you for inviting me “she continued.

Wade, who had been playing at the Exit/In with Miranda for a rendition of the late Keith Whitley’s classic ‘Miami, My Amy,’ said, “So true!”