Miranda Lambert



Main Stage
Saturday, June 17, 2023


“Palomino,” the eighth solo album from Vanner Records/RCA Nashville superstar Miranda Lambert, arrived in April as the highest debuting Country album of 2022. Already named among the best albums of the year by TIME, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Stereogum and more, it marks the latest installment in a storied career that has spanned seven previous number-one solo albums, 10 number-one hit radio singles, more than 70 prestigious awards and countless sales certifications, earning the reigning ACM Entertainer of the Year praise from NPR as “the most riveting country star of her generation.”

Kicking off her Velvet Rodeo Las Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino’s Zappos Theater in September, Lambert was named to the 2022 TIME100 list honoring the world’s most influential people, with Pitchfork declaring that she “manages the hat-trick of both timelessness and timely activism.” Whether challenging conventional gender notions in her recent Top 10 hit “If I Was A Cowboy,” or using her voice to write and record the inclusive “Y’All Means All” anthem for the latest season of Netflix’s “Queer Eye,” the Texas native continues to expand the tent of the country genre via her music.

Her clothing and cowboy boot collection, Idyllwind, is a private-label brand sold at all Boot Barn stores nationwide and her home goods collection, Wanda June, is available now at Walmart.com. An avid animal lover, Lambert’s MuttNation pet product line is available exclusively at Tractor Supply Co. with proceeds benefitting her MuttNation Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit that has raised over $6 million since its inception in 2009. The Foundation’s mission is to promote the adoption of rescue pets, support animal shelters across the country, advance spay & neuter and assist with the transport of animals during times of natural disaster.


“If I Was a Cowboy”
“Little Red Wagon”
“Somethin’ Bad” (with Carrie Underwood)
“Mama’s Broken Heart”
“Over You”
“The House That Built Me”
“White Liar”
“Gunpowder and Lead”
“Famous in a Small Town”