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Monday, April 16, 2018

It's on y'all — Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town are headed to DTE Energy Music Theatre

Posted By on Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 12:31 PM

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Miranda Lambert thanked her fans last night for "sharing her broken heart" as she took home the award for "Song of The Year" during the American Country Music Awards.

The award-winning song "Tin Man" chronicles Lambert's messy split from country star and NBC Voice coach Blake Shelton who filed for divorce so he could, you know, knock boots with co-star Gwen Stefani and grace us with one of the most unforgivable Christmas duets of all time.



Anyway, Lambert is rising above and hitting the road with Little Big Town. The "Girl Crush" singers announced the co-headlining "Bandwagon Tour" which will swing by DTE Energy Music Theatre on August 24.

Between Lambert and Little Big Town, they have a total of 36 ACM Awards, 21 Country Music Awards, and four Grammy's. Meanwhile, Shelton and Stefani hosted a Wal-Mart shareholders meeting last year. Can you name a more iconic duo?

Tickets go on sale Friday, April 20 at 10 a.m. and start at $29 and can be purchased here.


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