Miranda Lambert & Little Big Town Ride The Bandwagon Tour Into Indianapolis on May 21

Joey Amato | January 7, 2022

Country music superstars and multi-GRAMMY, CMA and ACM Award-winners Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town join forces to co-headline this spring’s The Bandwagon Tour, a reincarnation of 2018’s co-headlining run of the same name which earned rave reviews from PollstarCMTThe Tennessean and more.

The joint tour produced by Live Nation, featuring The Cadillac Three as support on all dates, visits 15 cities beginning Friday, May 6 in Houston, TX. The tour will make a stop at Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, IN, on Saturday, May 21, 2022. Tickets for The Bandwagon Tour will go on sale on Friday, Jan. 14 at 10 a.m. Tickets are available at LiveNation.com.

Citi is the official card of The Bandwagon Tour. Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning the Tuesday ahead of each on sale date at 12 p.m. local time until Thursday at 10 p.m. local time through the Citi Entertainment program. For complete presale details visit www.citientertainment.com.

Both critically acclaimed artists in their own right, together Lambert and Little Big Town tout a combined 43 ACM Awards, 23 CMA Awards and seven GRAMMYs. Lambert’s latest single, “If I Was A Cowboy,” is currently climbing the charts at Country radio while her recent collaborative project, The Marfa Tapes, is nominated for a GRAMMY at the upcoming awards ceremony and was named among 2021’s best by American Songwriter, Billboard, LA Times, Rolling Stone, TIME, Vulture and more. Little Big Town is currently back in the studio and will release their 10th studio album later this year. This record follows the No. 1 Country album Nightfall(released in 2020) which includes singles “Over Drinking,” GRAMMY-nominated “The Daughters” and “Wine, Beer, Whiskey.” It was also nominated for the GRAMMY Award for Best Country Album and received rave reviews from The Wall Street JournalEntertainment Weekly and Paste Magazine, among others. Billboard editors describe the band as reaching “substantive emotional richness that few groups can touch” on the album.