Miranda Lambert Announces Platinum Tour

by John Russell/CMA

Everything’s coming up platinum for Miranda Lambert. She’s received, of course, a number of platinum-selling albums, and her upcoming new album bears the title Platinum. Now, it’s part of the name of her summer tour, which Miranda announced Tuesday (May 13).

The officially billed Crystal Light Presents Platinum Tour kicks off July 10 in Fort Loramie, Ohio. Opening acts Justin Moore and Thomas Rhett join the tour beginning with the Aug. 8 date in Sacramento, Calif. The 30-city trek includes two dates in Canada and is slated to wrap Sept. 20 in Honolulu.

The new show promises to sparkle with a platinum theme that includes a signature stage design. “Platinum represents a lifestyle for me,” Miranda noted in a release about the tour. “It’s the color of my hair, my wedding ring, my airstream trailer, so it’s a natural fit for the name of my new album and it’s why we decided to name the tour Platinum, too.”

Crystal Light Presents Platinum Tour Dates
DateLocation
 
July 10 Fort Loramie, Ohio
  11 Tuscaloosa, Ala.
  12 Rogers, Ark.
  17 Monticello, Iowa
  18 Cleveland, Ohio
  19 Cincinnati
  20 Brooklyn, Mich.
  23 Twin Lakes, Wisc.
  26 Pittsburgh
Aug. 1 Sweet Home, Ore.
  3 Camrose, Alberta
  8 Sacramento, Calif.
  9 Mountain View, Calif.
  10 Irvine, Calif.
  15 Chicago
  16 Indianapolis
  17 Bonner Springs, Kan.
  21 Raleigh, N.C.
  22 Virginia Beach, Va.
  23 Washington, D.C.
  29 Darien Lake, N.Y.
  30 Hartford, Conn.
  31 Bethel, N.Y.
Sep. 4 Toronto, Ontario
  5 Philadelphia
  6 Boston
  11 Pensacola, Fla.
  12 Lafayette, La.
  13 Corpus Christi, Texas
  20 Honolulu

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