Miranda Lambert Announces 2020 Wildcard Tour


27-Date Run Features Special Guests Cody Johnson & LANCO, with Randy Rogers Band & Parker McCollum on Select Dates 

Tickets on Sale Starting Friday, Sept. 27

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – After thrilling fans with the opening weekend of her currently underway Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour, which continues throughout the fall, CMA Female Vocalist of the Year nominee and seven-time winner in the category Miranda Lambert announces plans to continue touring into 2020 with tickets on sale starting Friday, Sept. 27 at 10 a.m. local time.

The Wildcard Tour, named for Lambert’s November 1 seventh-studio album designated one of the “most anticipated albums of Fall 2019” by Billboard, features 27 dates across several major markets throughout the U.S. and Canada, including a January 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,” shares 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!”

Fellow CMA nominee Cody Johnson and chart-topping dynamic group LANCO join as support for the majority of the run, with Texas compatriots Randy Rogers Band and Parker McCollum opening select shows in Kansas City, Tulsa and Dallas.

Additionally, 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 & greet with the Country icon for themselves and a guest.

Wildcard Tour Dates:
Featuring Cody Johnson and LANCO:
Thursday, January 16             BancorpSouth Arena || Tupelo, Miss.
Friday, January 17                  Mississippi Coast Coliseum || Biloxi, Miss.
Saturday, January 18              Legacy Arena at the BJCC || Birmingham, Ala.
Thursday, January 23             Verizon Arena || Little Rock, Ark.
Friday, January 24                  Bridgestone Arena || Nashville, Tenn.
Saturday, January 25              Ford Center || Evansville, Ind.
Friday, January 31                  Vivint Smart Home Arena || Salt Lake City, Utah
Saturday, February 1              Pepsi Center || Denver, Colo.
Thursday, February 20           Honda Center || Anaheim, Calif.
Saturday, February 22            Toyota Arena || Ontario, Calif.
Friday, February 28                SAP Center || San Jose, Calif.
Saturday, February 29            Golden 1 Center || Sacramento, Calif.
Thursday, April 23                 Ford Idaho Center Arena || Boise, Idaho
Friday, April 24                      Spokane Arena || Spokane, Wash.
Saturday, April 25                  Rogers Arena || Vancouver, British Columbia
Thursday, April 30                 Rogers Place || Edmonton, Alberta
Friday, May 1                         Brandt Centre || Regina, Saskatchewan
Saturday, May 2                     Bell MTS Place || Winnipeg, Manitoba
Tuesday, May 5                      Budweiser Gardens || London, Ontario
Thursday, May 7                    Tribute Communities Centre || Oshawa, Ontario
Friday, May 8                         Canadian Tire Centre || Ottawa, Ontario
Saturday, May 9                     Bell Centre || Montreal, Quebec

Featuring Randy Rogers Band and Parker McCollum
Thursday, February 6             Sprint Center || Kansas City, Mo
Friday, February 7                  BOK Center || Tulsa, Okla.
Saturday, February 8              American Airlines Center || Dallas, Texas

Featuring LANCO with additional support TBA:
Friday, February 21                Viejas Arena || San Diego, Calif.
Thursday, February 27           Save Mart Center || Fresno, Calif.