Country superstar Miranda Lambert is coming to Infinite Energy Arena on Nov. 22 with special guests Maren Morris, the Pistol Annies and Ashley McBryde.

Presale tickets will be available on Tuesday, according to the tour website. Tickets open to everyone at 10 a.m. on Friday and will be available at, and

Lambert’s stop in Gwinnett is part of the Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour, which begins in Connecticut in September and ends in Greensboro, North Carolina. Gwinnett is the penultimate stop on the tour.

The Pistol Annies released their debut album, “Hell on Heels,” in 2011. The group’s most recent studio album is “Interstate Gospel,” which was released in November 2018.

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Lambert started a nonprofit called MuttNation Foundation that will collect dog food, treats, supplies and cash donations for Furkids at the “Fill the Little Red Wagon” activation, located at the entrance of the arena before the show.

Tickets are not required to make donations, so any Miranda Lambert fan who wants to support homeless animals can drop off pet food, treats, pet supplies or cash into the Little Red Wagon. One donor will be chosen randomly to win a meet-and-greet opportunity with Lambert before the concert.

“Miranda Lambert shares our love of animals. She is a powerful, outspoken advocate for animals in need, and Furkids is so proud to collaborate with her to help Atlanta’s homeless animals,” Samantha Shelton, Furkids founder and CEO, said. “Furkids urgently needs help with feeding and caring for more cats and dogs on a daily basis than any other local animal organization, and we are grateful to Miranda and Live Nation for giving us this opportunity. We’re so happy for the help only Miranda’s fans can give us! The food and supplies will give us a chance to rescue, care for and adopt more animals into loving homes.”

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