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October 2

Livin’ Like Hippies: Miranda Lambert to Perform On 23 Cities

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All hardcore Miranda Lambert fans should start marking calendars with delight as your country music idol recently announced her latest tour. Livin’ Like Hippies. The tour was named after a lyric in the chorus of one of Miranda’s songs, Highway Vagabond.

The tour will officially kick off on the 18th of January, 2018, with its starting point at Greenwich, South Carolina. For her latest tour, Lambert will be visiting and performing in a total of 23 cities in 16 states, including Atlanta, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Diego, Kansas City, and Cleveland. Her upcoming performances follow the badass country singer’s extensive 2017 tour for her newest album, The Weight of These Wings.

She will be joined by singer-songwriter Jon Pardi and will be performing alongside her during the entire duration of Livin’ Like Hippies. Meanwhile, artists set to join the said tour on select dates are Turnpike Troubadours, Lucie Silvas, Brent Cobb, Sunny Sweeney, Ashley McBryde, Charlie Worsham, and The Steel Woods.

Fans can visit Ticketmaster and Live Nation to purchase tickets. Tickets for the eight shows in Greenville, Eugene, Phoenix, Lexington, St. Louis, Kansas City, State College, and Winston Salem will go on sale starting Oct. 6.

Below are the schedules for Miranda Lambert’s much awaited 2018 Livin’ Like Hippies tour:

Jan. 18
Greenville, SC
Bon Secours Arena
Jon Pardi and Brent Cobb

Jan. 19
Orlando, FL
Amway Center
Jon Pardi and Brent Cobb

Jan. 20
Atlanta, GA
Infinite Energy Center
Jon Pardi and Brent Cobb

Feb. 1
Tacoma, WA
Jon Pardi and Turnpike Troubadours

Feb. 2
Spokane, WA
Jon Pardi and Turnpike Troubadours

Feb. 3
Eugene, OR
Matthew Knight Arena
Jon Pardi and Turnpike Troubadours

Feb. 8
Sacramento, CA
Golden 1 Center
Jon Pardi and Lucie Silvas

Feb. 9
Fresno, CA
Save Mart Center
Jon Pardi and Lucie Silvas

Feb. 10
Los Angeles, CA
The Forum
Jon Pardi and Lucie Silvas

Feb. 15
San Diego, CA
Viejas Arena
Jon Pardi and Lucie Silvas

Feb. 17
Phoenix, AZ
Talking Stick Resort Arena
Jon Pardi and Lucie Silvas

March 1
Knoxville, TN
Thompson-Boling Arena
Jon Pardi and The Steel Woods

March 2
Lexington, KY
Rupp Arena
Jon Pardi and The Steel Woods

March 3
Cleveland, OH
Wolstein Center
Jon Pardi and The Steel Woods

March 8
Omaha, NE Century
Link Center
Jon Pardi and Sunny Sweeney

March 9
Oklahoma City, OK
Chesapeake Energy Arena
Jon Pardi and Sunny Sweeney

March 10
Little Rock, AR
Verizon Arena
Jon Pardi and Sunny Sweeney

March 15
Des Moines, IA
Wells Fargo Arena
Jon Pardi and Ashley McBryde

March 16
St. Louis, MO
Scottrade Center
Jon Pardi and Ashley McBryde

March 17
Kansas City, MO
Sprint Center
Jon Pardi and Ashley McBryde

March 22
Newark, NJ Prudential
Center Jon Pardi and Charlie Worsham

March 23
State College, PA
Bryce Jordan Center
Jon Pardi and Charlie Worsham

March 24
Winston Salem, NC
Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Jon Pardi and Charlie Worsham


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