Miranda Lambert is set to play three shows at the legendary "World's Largest Honkytonk," Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth, Texas. The shows, set for April 22, 23 and 24, are Lambert's first since the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic shut down venues in March.
The singer-songwriter shared her excitement to return to her home state on social media.
"First concert in over a year. Texas , I can't wait to come home ❤️," the country star wrote on Instagram.
The "Settling Down" singer assured fans that the three nights of shows will be reduced capacity and distanced with strict COVID protocols in place.
"We're doing this safely and right," Lambert wrote.
Tickets are available on Friday, Feb. 12. Fan club members can purchase pre-sale tickets on Wednesday, Feb. 10.
Lambert is one of the first country music stars to announce a return to an indoor stage. Last year, country artists, such as Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Keith Urban, played drive-in concerts for fans.
Lambert's three night run is part of Billy Bob's 40th anniversary celebration. The series of concerts will also feature performances by The Gatlin Brothers, Hank Williams Jr., Midland and Dwight Yoakam.
Billy Bob's, a 127,000 square foot honky tonk in the Fort Worth Stockyards, will also welcome La Mafia, Jimmie Allen, Shenandoah and Collin Raye, Mike and the Moonpies, Tracy Lawrence, Shane Smith and the Saints, Charley Crockett, Kip Moore, Aaron Lewis and more in the coming weeks.
Lambert released her most recent album, Wildcard, in 2019.
"Nobody was hurt thank the good Lord," Lambert wrote. "But nobody stopped either and the car sped away. (Cool Bro) We are so thankful that nothing worse happened. Our vehicle and trailer were driveable so we made a report and hauled home. I called mama right away to say that I know her prayers are always heard cause I know she prays for us every morning about 4:30 am. Especially when we are on the road."