Concert Calendar

Miranda Lambert 'On Fire' Tour with Chris Young & Jerrod Neimann

WHERE
· Klipsch Music Center
WHEN
· Friday, June 8 @ 12:00 AM
AGE
· All Ages
PRICE
· $15, $30.25, $40 & $50
STATUS
· On Sale Soon

ABOUT THE EVENT

Noblesville, IN – March 23, 2012 --- Miranda Lambert will perform live as part of her ‘On Fire’ Tour at
Klipsch Music Center on Friday, June 8 at 7:30 p.m. (doors at 6:30 p.m.) as part of the Coors Light
Concert Series along with very special guests Chris Young and Jerrod Neimann.

Finalist of Nashville Star in 2003, country singer Miranda Lambert is known for her heartfelt lyrics and
feisty style. She has released four albums; her most recent Four the Record follows her prior three
platinum hits. Miranda’s list of awards and accomplishments is endless, winning Female Vocalist of
the Year, Album of the Year, and 2011 Grammy Best Female Country Vocal Performance, to name a
few. She is best known for her long line of hit singles including “Baggage Claim, “White Liar”, “The
House That Built Me”, and “Heart Like Mine”.

MORE INFO

KLIPSCH MUSIC CENTER
12880 E. 146th St.Noblesville, IN 46060 (317) 776-8181 http://www.livenation.com/venue/verizon-wireless-music-center-indianapolis-tickets
  • Parking information: Parking is charged when the tickets are purchased - either $3.00 or $4.50 depending on the type of show. Premier Parking is also available for $20.00 and can be puchased thru Ticketmaster.
  • Directions: If traveling from the Indianapolis International Airport, take I-465 East to I-69 North to exit 10 (State Road 238). If traveling from Chicago, take I-65 South to I-465 East to I-69 North to exit 10 (State Road 238). 329 Miles. If traveling from, take I-70 East across Indianapolis to I-465 North to I-60 North to exit 10 (State Road 238). 268 miles. If traveling from Louisville, take I-65 North to I-465 East
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