Miranda Lambert will continue her hugely successful Revolution tour in 2011, bringing along friends Justin Moore and Josh Kelley as opening acts. The Revolution Continues tour will kick off February 24 in St. Louis Mo., and is scheduled to conclude April 16 in Melbourne, Fla.

Last year's Revolution tour drew in packed houses night after night, receiving praise from the singer's fans and peers alike. Miranda has had plenty of experience on the road since the start of her career, acknowledging that she's been fortunate to share the stage with some heavy hitters.

"I've really gotten so spoiled when it comes to touring," Miranda tells The Boot. "My first tour was with Keith Urban, then I went with George Strait, then Dierks Bentley, then Toby Keith, then Kenny Chesney, then Brad Paisley, and then Brooks & Dunn. So I think I've covered all the big boys in our industry! I've gotten to be on some really great tours."

For both Justin Moore and Josh Kelley, touring with Miranda is not anything they take lightly.

"Miranda and I met and became buddies on Brad Paisley's American Saturday Night tour, although I've been a fan of her music for a while," says Justin. "I am very excited to get to tour together again, and I couldn't be happier for her and her success over the past year. It's gonna be a blast."

"I can't wait to tour again with Miranda this spring to continue the Revolution, we had so much fun together in fall," says Josh. "Getting to introduce my new songs to her audience was exhilarating."

In addition to the Revolution Continues tour, Miranda is also set to play a handful of solo shows, as well as joining Alan Jackson for his first Australian tour. Click here for Miranda's upcoming show dates.

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