Miranda Lambert announces “Platinum Across America” to give fans the chance to listen to her album, Platinum, before the release date which is less than one month away. Making the trip with Lambert is Miranda’s Airstream which has been affectionately named, Wanda the Wanderer. The pair will be traveling to seven cities across the US to offer select fans a preview of the album. Wanda will be adorned with a giant crystal encrusted crown that is 6 feet wide and 3 feet tall! So when you see Wanda rolling down the highway sporting her giant crown, be sure you honk your horn in support of Platinum! This tour kicks off May 20 in Los Angeles and wrapping up May 31 in Philadelphia before they heading to Nashville for CMA Music Fest and release week! Full list of dates and locations are listed below.
These select fans will be selected via sweepstakes through Miranda’s online community where there is also a chance to win tickets to one of her concerts!
In addition to those selected to preview the album in each city, all fans are invited to come and join in the complimentary Platinum Park activities that include a platinum hair station, sun tea stand, corn hole, a leather workshop, vintage postcard photo ops and more. Fans who pre-order the album Platinum on-site or provide proof of their previous Platinum pre-order purchase will also be invited to tour Wanda The Wanderer and listen to the title track while on-site.
Fans who aren’t able to make it to a “Platinum Across America” date can follow Wanda the Wanderer’s journey on http://mirandalambert.com/platinumacrossamerica.
WHERE & WHEN:
May 20 – Los Angeles
May 23 – Denver
May 26 – Dallas
May 27 – Oklahoma City
May 29 – Chicago
May 30 – Indianapolis
May 31 – Philadelphia
We’re celebrating the launch of Miranda Lambert’s new album, Platinum. The title is not only a song on the album but it also represents a way of life for her. “Platinum is my hair color, and my wedding ring, and the color of my Airstream and the name of one of my favorite beers,” she said. “It’s about a lifestyle.” Miranda, who wrote half of the album’s 16 songs, described the album like a picture. “All 16 songs together make up a picture, and without one of those songs, it just looks like abstract art,” she said. “I wanted it to be perfect; I wanted it to matter.”