Miranda Lambert is set to play three nights at Billy Bob’s Texas in April.
The residency will see one the genres first major artists to be back in front of a live audience. Lambert will perform at the legendary venue April 22nd-24th and will be the singer's first performance in over a year, after the second leg of her Wildcard Tour had to be cancelled due to Covid last March.
Lambert wrote on social media “First concert in over a year, Texas I can’t wait to come home”. The venue in Fort Worth, known as the ‘World’s Largest Honky Tonk’, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, with it set to welcome a whole host of Country superstars throughout 2021.
Lambert says the shows will be performed “safely and right” for the Covid-19 era - with each event taking place in a reduced capacity, social distancing measures and other pandemic protocols in place.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on February 12th, whilst RanFans fan-club members will have pre-sale access on February 10th. Also performing at Billy Bob’s in April are The Gatlin Brothers and Hank Williams Junior for the venue's 40th Anniversary celebration weekend, April 1st-3rd.