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Cause for the Paws tickets-PRE SALE

This year she's won a Grammy, three Country Music Awards and has a chance to clean house at the Academy of County Music Awards and Miranda Lambert isn't done yet.

The East Texas native is wrapping up her national tour right here at home, for a good cause.

Miranda's MuttNation Foundation will host the 4th annual Cause For The Paws on April 30 in beautiful downtown Tyler.

This year's event will be a "festival on the square" featuring Miranda and special guests Stoney Larue, Josh Kelley and host Nan Kelley. Other guests to be added! Doors will open at 4:30 PM and will be open to all ages. Food and beverages will be available for purchase including beer and wine for patrons over 21 years of age. Ticket prices will be $25 - $65 including general admission, Gold Circle seating and reserved pit standing.

Today ONLY, KLTV viewers get a chance to buy tickets-- before they go on sale to the general public!!

Here's what you need to do: click here, select the section you'd like tickets for. From here you'll need to enter a password. The KTLV viewer password is: BLUEBELL.

Be sure to click on the tickets that say "Radio PreSale"

Get your tickets before they're gone... This KLTV viewer opportunity is only available until 10 Thursday night.

 

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