Miranda Lambert Offers Fans Platinum Experience With “Wanda the Wanderer”

Listening events and fun abound on seven-city "Platinum Across America" tour stops.

Courtesy Miranda Lambert facebook

Miranda Lambert can’t wait to share her new album, Platinum, with fans so leave it to her to come up with a way to do that . . . and have an aluminum tube full of fun, too!

Ran will be taking her 1954 Flying Cloud Airstream trailer, affectionately named “Wanda the Wander,” on seven stops on the Platinum Across America Tour. Miranda explains, “Wanda is my grandma on my mom’s side, although we call her Nonny. She’s a feisty lady full of sass. Since she can’t travel with us everywhere, we decided to name our faithful Airstream road companion, ‘Wanda the Wanderer,’ after her. This Airstream has been with us on tours throughout the years and is now embarking on yet another adventure! Platinum Across America. She is the ‘queen of the road,’ and I’m so happy to share her, in all of her glory, with fans across the nation. She is what Platinum is all about. Cheers, Wanda! And remember, not all who wander are lost!”

But this isn’t just any old Airstream that Miranda is dragging along. “Wanda” will be newly adorned with a 6-foot-wide, 3-foot-tall bejeweled aluminum crown. And at each of the seven tour stops, fans will be selected through a sweepstakes via Miranda’s website and country radio to preview Platinum.

In addition, Ran offers up “Platinum Park” activities at each stop including a platinum hair station, sun tea stand, cornhole, a leather workshop, vintage postcard photo ops and more. And if you can’t make it to one of the Platinum Across America dates, you can follow along on Miranda’s website, too.

Platinum Across America kicks off May 20 in Los Angeles and wraps May 31 in Philadelphia before heading to Nashville for CMA Music Festival and the big release week for Platinum.


May 20 - Los Angeles
May 23 - Denver
May 26 - Dallas
May 27 - Oklahoma City
May 29 - Chicago
May 30 - Indianapolis
May 31 - Philadelphia


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