Miranda Lambert officially cancelled her concert in Las Vegas on Thursday, March 30. In a post on social media, she informed her followers that physicians had advised vocal rest for her.
She said, “Hey ya’ll, I’ve been under a doctor’s care all day to see if things improved, however unfortunately I have been put on vocal rest and we have to cancel our show tonight,”
“To those fans who made plans to spend their Thursday night with us, I truly apologize,” Lambert continues.
Miranda Lambert Tweeted: Tickets purchased through Ticketmaster will automatically be refunded
Tickets purchased through Ticketmaster will automatically be refunded, otherwise please contact your point of purchase for their refund policy. Please visit https://t.co/mdj4U9Vn75 or visit the Bakkt Theater box office for tickets to other Velvet Rodeo shows this weekend. pic.twitter.com/vtfHxhohRc
— Miranda Lambert (@mirandalambert) March 30, 2023
Those who bought tickets through Ticketmaster will automatically receive a refund; however, those who bought tickets from an outside provider must contact them to inquire about the company’s refund policy.
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Velvet Rodeo, Lambert’s 24-date Las Vegas residency, debuted in 2022. Through the rest of the year, performances will be held at the Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood.
After her recent announcement that she will leave Sony Records Nashville, the record company with whom she has been connected since the start of her career in 2003, Miranda attracted notice.
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“Since I was 19-years-old, Sony has been my home in Nashville. Over the last 20 years together we have released albums that allowed me to share my story with the world, and we’ve reached heights I never even dreamed were possible.” In social media, Lambert stated that she is seeking the upcoming obstacle as well as a fresh approach to “stretch her creativity.”