Inside Miranda Lambert’s Texas-Sized 40th Birthday Extravaganza At Billy Bob’s
The guest list included Lainey Wilson, Dierks Bentley, Little Big Town, and more.
Miranda Lambert, Brendan McLoughlin, Dierks Bentley; Photos by Tyler Conrad
Miranda Lambert is giving fans a look inside her star-studded 40th birthday party, which recently took place in her home state of Texas.
In honor of the occasion, the superstar took over the iconic honky tonk, Billy Bob’s for her “Billy Bob’s Texas Boot Scootin’ 40th.” Lambert said it was “the absolute best birthday my Texas heart could ask for” and shared a slew of photos (captured by Tyler Conrad), giving fans a look inside the party.
Who Attended Miranda Lambert’s 40th Birthday Party?
Guests included her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, Lainey Wilson, Dierks Bentley, Little Big Town, Caylee Hammack, Lambert’s fellow Pistol Annies, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley, Jack Ingram, songwriters Jessi Alexander and Natalie Hemby, and more. Lambert’s dad, Rick Lambert, her mom, Bev Lambert, and her brother, Luke Lambert, also attended the 40th birthday bash.
Who Performed At Her Birthday Party?
According to her social media posts, Adam Hood, Randy Rogers Band, and Wade Bowen performed at the soiree, and songwriter Jesse Frasure appeared to deejay for part of the evening as well.
Lambert rang in a new decade sporting a jumpsuit with pops of red bandana designs and fringe sleeves. She topped off her birthday fit with a cowboy hat. Meanwhile, McLoughlin donned a bolo tie with jeans a plaid jacket, and cowboy boots. Her rings and necklace were custom-designed by Mud Lowery, who tells us the necklace is composed of sterling silver crystal and gemstones. It was originally designed for Lambert when she performed “Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Group Up To Cowboys” for Willie Nelson’s 90th birthday.
When Did Miranda Lambert Turn 40?
Lambert officially turned 40 on November 10, 2023, and admitted that it took her so long to post photos because she was filled with immense appreciation for her friends who took the time to celebrate with her.
“I got to enter a new decade with dear friends and family at my favorite honky tonk @billybobstexas . There are so many pics full of joy and smile’s so I’m gonna keep on posting’! That’s why it’s taken me 3 weeks to post these,” she wrote. “I’ve just been overwhelmed with gratitude and love for everyone that came to scoot your boots with me. I love all of y’all so so so much❤️🤠cheers to 40!”
Back In Las Vegas
Weeks after turning 40, Lambert returned to Las Vegas for her ongoing Velvet Rodeo The Las Vegas Residency. Before returning to the stage at Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, the superstar shared an inside look at rehearsals via social media.
“Rehearsed & ready. See y’all tomorrow Vegas! ✨,” she wrote.
New Dates Added
Days after returning to the stage for her fifth round of shows in Sin City, Lambert surprised fans with the announcement of her final Las Vegas run. Early Monday morning, it was revealed that Lambert’s final nine shows at Bakkt Theater will take place in March and April of 2024.
“As someone who’s lived on a bus and toured from city-to-city for more than half my life, having a Vegas residency has been such a fun change of pace creatively,” she shared in a statement.
Lambert later added, “The band and I are excited to keep this party going!”
She is currently in Las Vegas and has several shows planned through December. Lambert reunited with her longtime friend and former labelmate, Carrie Underwood, over the weekend when Underwood attended her residency.
Underwood documented her experience at the Velvet Rodeo on social media and raved over Lambert’s show. See more HERE.
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