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Miranda Lambert Sets 3-Night Concert Run in Texas: 'We're Doing This Safely & Right'

 Miranda Lambert, 2017
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Miranda Lambert photographed June 23 at White Avenue Studio in Nashville. Styling by Tiffany Gifford. Lambert wears a Brandon Maxwell suit, Maidenette bra from New York Vintage, Maxior and Jennifer Fisher rings.

Miranda Lambert will host a special show for three nights in late April at Billy Bob's Texas to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the legendary honky-tonk.

"First concert in over a year. Texas, I can't wait to come home," Lambert announced Monday (Feb. 8). "We're doing this safely and right. Show will be reduced capacity and distanced with strict COVID protocols in place."

The Grammy-winning country singer will perform at the Forth Worth venue on April 22-24. The honky tonk reopened for concerts with reduced capacity on Aug. 14 and launched a series of Friday and Saturday evening shows featuring The Bellamy BrothersFlatland CavalryTracy ByrdCasey Donahew, Chad Prather, Josh Abbott Band and more.

According to its event calendar, Billy Bob's will also host The Gatlin Brothers, Hank Williams Jr., Midland and Dwight Yoakam for its 40th-anniversary celebration.

The Ran Fans pre-sale for Lambert's shows begins Wednesday at 11 a.m. ET, while the general public can begin purchasing tickets Friday at 11 a.m. ET at Billy Bob's website. Tickets range from $50 to $200.

The "Bluebird" singer last performed in front of a live audience at the start of her Wildcard Tour in January 2020, but like many others, she was forced to postpone the rest of her jaunt due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that halted the live music industry in March.

See Lambert's concert announcement below.