Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley announce fall concert at Xcel


Country star Miranda Lambert is following her husband Blake Shelton's lead and coming to St. Paul.

The Star Tribune reports that Lambert is coming in concert to the Xcel Energy Center Oct. 11 with fellow country star Dierks Bentley with the "Locked & Reloaded" tour.

Opening the show are Chris Stapleton and the Jukebox Mafia.

The show comes a few months after Lambert performed as one of the headliners at the Winstock country music festival in Winsted. She also performed at Target Center last year.

Tickets for Lambert and Bentley's October show go on sale Friday.

Shelton, meanwhile, is performing at Xcel Energy Center Sept. 12.

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