Miranda Lambert has big plans for her little hometown of Lindale, Tx and the fine folks at Love and War in Texas does too!
According to an article in the Dallas Observer, Miranda, her parents, Rick and Bev, along with the owner of Love and War in Texas restaurant and live music venues in Plano and Grapevine, Ty Phelps, are coming together to build a new music venue next door to Miranda’s Pink Pistol boutique in Lindale! The boutique will have its soft opening on August 5, with its grand opening scheduled alongside Love and War in October.
But there’s more! On her 32nd birthday last November, Lambert penned the deal with three local developers and Phelps to become one of the two anchor properties, along with Love and War in Texas, in The Cannery Lindale, a 50-acre mixed-use development that will include six music venues capable of hosting a collective 22,000 fans, a 21-acre park with trails and a fishing pier, retail stores, restaurants, a junior college extension and loft apartments.
The six stages will include a small, one-person listening stage for young musicians to get started, much like Lambert performed on when she was a teenager, and a 15,000 outdoor amphitheater big enough to handle a show by Lambert herself. Sounds exciting!
Read the entire article here. And make your plans to head to the little town of Lindale for your music fix!