More exciting news for Miranda Lambert today fans following the release of her new album Wildcard last Friday.

This morning, she has revealed details of her much anticipated debut Sydney and Melbourne concerts in March 2020.

The US star will deliver her Wildcard Tour to all ages crowds at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Tuesday 24 March and Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on Thursday 26 March.

This will follow her CMC Rocks QLD headlining appearance the weekend prior.

Rolling Stone have described Wildcard as a “country-rock masterpiece.” 

“It’s the sound of a freewheeling star at the top of her game, reimagining rock history in her own platinum image,” they said when talking about the new song ‘Mess With My Head.’

The current ACM and CMA Female Artist of the Year recently told the New York Times “I don’t mean to upset people. I’m maybe a little too honest,” when talking about her sacastic sense of humour.

Importantly, if you intend on going to to any of the shows, don’t bring a beach ball!

“I don’t have a song about anything about water… I don’t like it,” Lambert told iHeartRadio on Friday.

Check out Miranda Lambert talking about her new album Wildcard with iHeartRadio

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Joining Lambert as her special guests are US duo Brothers Osborne, who have continued an upward trajectory since their debut visit in 2018, cementing themselves as one of the most successful country acts in the world.

With a brand new album Port Saint Joe and Top 40 single ‘I Don’t Remember Me (Before You)’, under their belt, plus a huge four 2019 CMA Award nominations, Brothers Osborne are one of the most exciting country duos around.

Tickets for the new shows go on sale next Monday November 11.

However anyone who signs up to The Drove will be able to get them from November 6.

Miranda Lambert 2020 Australian Tour

Plus special guests Brothers Osborne 

Presented by Potts Entertainment, Frontier Touring and Chugg Entertainment

Friday 20 – Sunday 22 March

CMC Rocks QLD, Willowbank QLD


Tuesday 24 March

Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney NSW


Thursday 26 March

Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne VIC