Walmart AMP is excited to announce another addition to the 2016 Season lineup. Six-time CMA and ACM Female Vocalist of the Year, Miranda Lambert, with special guests Kip Moore and Brothers Osborne will take the stage on Friday, July 15 at 7:30pm. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 11 at 10am. Ticket prices range from $35.50 to $68.50 and can be purchased in-person at the Walton Arts Center Box Office (in its temporary location in Nadine Baum Studios), by calling 479.443.5600 or by visiting www.amptickets.com. The Walmart AMP Box Office located in Rogers is closed for the season.

Grammy Award®-winning singer/songwriter Miranda Lambert is the reigning six-time CMA and six-time ACM Female Vocalist of the Year (the first time any female has won 6 consecutive years). The first single off Lambert’s fifth studio album, Platinum, “Automatic” was Lambert’s highest charting single to date and was awarded CMA and ACM’s Song of the Year. Her duet with Carrie Underwood, the album’s second single, “Somethin’ Bad,” has been certified as an RIAA Platinum Digital Single. Platinum made history when it debuted atop the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart, making Lambert the first country artist in the history of the chart to have each of her five albums debut at #1. Platinum also debuted at the top of the all genre Billboard 200 as the #1 album in the nation. In addition to her award winning music, she dedicates much of her time to her MuttNation Foundation, an organization that supports shelters and helps pets find a forever home. She also owns two lifestyle boutiques, general stores she named The Pink Pistol, which are located in her hometown of Lindale, Texas and in Tishomingo, Oklahoma.

A relentless road warrior, multi-platinum singer/songwriter Kip Moore is currently out on the road on his headlining Wild Ones Tour. Moore's new single “Running For You” was heralded by Billboard as “a career song from the album” and was the most added song to country radio in its debut week. The single is taken from Moore’s critically acclaimed sophomore album Wild Ones that Huffington Post declared as “one heck of an album… set to produce hit after hit after hit” and that Associated Press noted "consistently serves up clever roots-rock riffs and rhythms that separate Moore from the rock-meets-rap focus of his Nashville peers.” Moore also recently launched the Comeback Kid Skatepark Project, a charitable initiative that will oversee the construction of a series of skate parks to benefit communities and “comeback kids.” Phase one cities of the project include Nashville, TN; Boston, MA; San Marcos, TX; and Annapolis, MD.

The Grammy, CMA and ACM nominated duo, Brothers Osborne, just released their first major label album, Pawn Shop. Years before they climbed the country charts with songs like “Stay a Little Longer” and “Rum,” Brothers Osborne grew up in Deale, Maryland – a small fishing town on the Atlantic seaboard – jamming at home with their family. From the beginning, TJ Osborne was the brother with the voice. He sang in a thick, low baritone, crooning like Johnny Cash long before he was even old enough to drive. Older brother, John, was the family's guitar shredder, his fingers capable of down-home bluegrass licks, arena-worthy rock riffs, country twang and everything in between. Like its title suggests, Pawn Shop offers a little bit of everything. There's bluesy slide guitar, country duets, southern rock solos, harmonies and plenty of groove. Some songs were written at home in Nashville, while others came together on the road, where the guys spent several years headlining their own club shows, touring the country with Darius Rucker and playing some of the biggest arenas in America with fellow rule-breaker Eric Church.