Miranda Lambert headlined the Garden March 28th for the first time ever while on her Platinum tour... and it was incredible.
"Take a second to think about who you are, where you come from and what you stand for," she proclaimed to the crowd.
Throughout the memorable night Miranda enthusiastically preached female empowerment and independence.
"We all agree that there should be more women in country music," Miranda proudly stated during her encore. "... and we also all really miss the Dixie Chicks."
Miranda's no-nonsense, energetic set was 20 songs and just over 100 minutes long, boasting fan-favorites such as 'Kerosene', 'Gunpowder & Lead', and her latest hit 'Little Red Wagon'.
The real treat of the evening though, was Miranda's inclusion of several classic rock songs. Her rendition of Led Zeppelin's 'Rock & Roll' was gritty and countrified, while her version of Rolling Stones' 'Bitch' was sassy and effortless.
Perhaps the most special performance of the evening was an intimate acoustic cover of Merle Haggard's 'The Way I Am'.
Miranda delighted fans with more than they could've asked for, hardly coming up for air the entire time. She certainly made performing for 20,000 people look like cakewalk.
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