Brendan McLoughlin plans to support his wife Miranda Lambert’s Velvet Rodeo: The Las Vegas Residency.
McLoughlin shared that he’d be in attendance at Lambert’s Vegas residency each and “every night” during an interview with ET Online‘s Cassie DiLaura on the red carpet for the 15th Annual Academy of Country Music Honors.
“Every single night I’ll be watching [Miranda] do what she does best,” McLoughlin told DiLaura. In addition, Lambert shared that a recent vacation she and her husband took has her feeling ready to kick off rehearsals for her upcoming residency.
“We went in our Airstream out west. I had no makeup, no blow-dryer, no curling iron, nothing for 20 days. It was amazing. We saw rivers, we kayaked, we hiked,” she said. “It got us ready for Vegas. We’re going to Vegas on Sept. 12th to start rehearsals for our residency. It was a good reset button before the craziness,” she added.
During a recent interview, the “Actin’ Up” singer admitted “she was a little scared” about her new venture.
“I’m a little scared, which I like, because being nervous means I have such a passion for what I do,” Lambert explained. “I’m writing out the set list and getting a feel for where I think it should go. I haven’t even started with wardrobe and all that stuff yet, but the idea of more fringe and rhinestones sounds pretty cool to me.”
Lambert’s Velvet Rodeo: The Residency will kick off on Sept. 23 and run through April 2023. It will take place at Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino and the set list will feature beloved songs from Lambert’s entire career thus far, including her most recent release, Palomino.
In addition, Lambert said her residency will feature top-notch production, wardrobe changes, a solo acoustic performance, and more.
Lambert, Live Nation Las Vegas and Caesars Entertainment have announced that $1 of every ticket purchased to “Miranda Lambert: Velvet Rodeo The Las Vegas Residency” at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino will be donated to Lambert’s MuttNation Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit that has raised over $6 million since its inception in 2009.
Lambert said she chose “Velvet Rodeo” as the name of her residency because it felt both “feminine” and “rodeo.” The title is derived from Lambert’s song, “Actin’ Up.”
“‘Velvet Rodeo’ felt right off the bat when this Vegas residency came to the table,” she said. “I think it feels feminine, but it also says rodeo. So that’s like feminine and badass, and that’s kinda what I tried to build my career on.”
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