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Miranda Lambert Announces Tour Details

05:19 PM Thursday 11/3/11 |   |

Dates and venues have been announced to go along with the cities on Miranda Lambert’s 2012 “On Fire” tour.

The country singer is touring in support of her fourth studio album. Four The Record was released Tuesday on RCA Nashville. The On Fire tour will feature Chris Young and Jerrod Niemann as special guests.

“I’m looking forward to the tour and playing some new music from Four The Record and kicking some attitude,” said Miranda. “Chris and Jerrod have great shows and we’re gonna have a lot of fun out there this year and it will be a great year with our fans. See you out there!”

The cities on the tour were revealed two weeks ago. Now fans know exactly when and where many of the shows are taking place.

On Fire begins Jan. 12 in Rockford, Ill., at BMO Harris Bank Center. Dates are booked through a Feb. 23 gig in Macon, Ga., at Macon Centreplex.

Stops along the way include Fargo, N.D., at Fargodome Jan. 14-15; Lexington, Ky., at Rupp Arena Jan. 20; Baltimore’s 1st Mariner Arena Jan. 26; East Rutherford, N.J., at IZOD Center Jan. 28; Huntsville, Ala., at Von Braun Center Feb. 2; and Hershey, Pa., at GIANT Center Feb. 17.

A number of cities included in last month’s announcement are still waiting on dates including Salt Lake City; Toledo, Ohio; Little Rock, Ark.; Milwaukee; Minneapolis; Fresno, Calif.; and Mountain View, Calif.

Tickets for the shows that have been announced go on sale to the general public Friday at 10 a.m. CST.

Click here for Miranda Lambert’s website.


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