Miranda Lambert is planning a puppy-filled parade through CMA Fest next month, and it's all for a good cause.
The country star will bring her MuttNation Foundation to Nashville for their yearly adoption drive. Lambert will also lead a pack of pups across the Cumberland River pedestrian bridge to support the cause.
"So many shelter pets need a home, so we are going to march to raise awareness," Lambert said in a statement. "Country music has the best fans in the world and together we can help so many animals find amazing homes."
Each year, Lambert and the MuttNation Foundation brings dozens of shelter animals to CMA Fest's Fan Fair event. Fans have the opportunity to adopt the homeless pets right there at the festival.
Aside from corralling pups, Lambert will take the stage at Nissan Stadium as a CMA Fest headliner. There are still a handful of tickets available for the nightly concerts. Four-day passes to the festival include admission to Fan Fair, where you can meet all of Miranda's shelter rescues in person.