Miranda Lambert: Backstage Access Exhibit Coming to Country Music Hall of Fame

New exhibit to open May 16 in Nashville.

photo courtesy CMA

If you love all things Miranda, then you’ll want to make your way to Nashville for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s upcoming exhibit, Mranda Lambert: Backstage Access.

The display features awards-show gowns and performance wear, including the blue vintage-style dress Ran wore in the “Mama’s Broken Heart” video, awards, instruments and more, and Miranda’s own Tweets will serve as the narrative thread throughout the exhibit.

The grand opening for Miranda Lambert: Backstage Access takes place May 17 and 18 and will include performances from the country star’s co-writers Ashley Monroe, Nicolle Galyon, Natalie Hemby and Jimmy Robbins.

On Saturday, the Hall of Fame and Museum will have a special screening of Revolution: Live by Candlelight, which features Miranda telling the stories behind her songs peppered with acoustic versions of some of the hits from her album Revolution.

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